Prostate Cancer (PCa) happens when cells in the prostate gland divide without stopping. These mutant cells invade (metastasis) the bones and lungs, eventually killing these organs. The risk factors blamed for this uncontrolled cellular growth are familial history, race, age, and inflammation. It is a common cancer in aged men; however, it is the most treatable malignancy when discovered early.
Symptoms for PCa are similar to CP and BPH. Most PCA are also diagnosed from patients being treated for CP and BPH. Severe pain in the bones is a late symptom.