This Concept Map has information related to: Zoom-Cancer-Prostate, Prostate Cancer symptoms 1. Need to urinate frequently (especially at night); Urgency to Urinate. 2. Difficulty starting Urination or holding back Urine. 3. Weak/Decreased/ Interrupted Urine flow. 4. Painful or burning Urination. 5. Difficulty in having erection. 6. Painful ejaculation. 7. Blood in Urine or Semen. 8. Frequent pain or stiffness in the lower back, hips, upper thighs. 9. A sense of incompletely emptying the bladder. 10. Swelling in the Legs. 11. Discomfort in the pelvic area. 12. Bone pain. 13. Advanced Prostate Cancer can cause fatigue, weakness and weight loss., Prostate Cancer risk factors Older Age, Family History, Obesity., Prostate Cancer is Malignant (cancerous) tumor (growth) of prostate gland cells. Common in old Men (65+ yr). Mutations in the abnormal cells' DNA cause cells to grow and divide more rapidly than normal cells do. The abnormal cells continue living; other cells would die. The accumulating abnormal cells form a tumor that can grow to invade nearby tissue. Some abnormal cells can break off & spread (metastasize) to other parts of the body., Prostate Cancer treatment Consult Doctor (Oncologist); * Diagnosis: Digital Rectum Exam (DRE) and Blood Test- Prostate-specific Antigen (PSA) helps to identify Prostate cancers at their earliest stages. * Ultrasound * Collecting a sample of prostate tissue (Prostate Biopsy). Grade of prostate cancer cells is called a Gleason Score (2 to 10). If PSA test results and/or DRE (digital rectal exam) come up positive, the next course of action is usually a prostate biopsy (surgical removal of a small section of prostate cells). Treatment Options: Active Surveillance, Prostatectomy (Surgery), Radiation Therapy, Hormone Therapy, Chemotherapy, Other Treatment Options, Emerging Therapies., Prostate Cancer prevention 1.Maintain Healthy Weight. 2. Avoid Red Meat. 3. Avoid Fatty/Oily Foods. 4. Eat Veg. 5. Eat Fruits. 6. Eat Tomatoes, Pink- Grapefruits (containing Antioxidants- Lycopene that kill free radicals that change normal cells into cancerous cells).