While a man’s risk of prostate cancer does increase with age, men in their 40’s and 50’s are still diagnosed, affecting some men as young as 30 with this disease.

You can read the entire article here: “Prostate Cancer: It’s Not Just an Old Man’s Disease”

Certain factors can increase your risk of getting prostate cancer such as family history (of either prostate, ovarian, or breast cancers) or ethnicity.  Thus making it all the more important to have a conversation with your doctor about your individual risk factors.