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Defense secretary's diagnosis highlights stigma surrounding prostate cancer

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The diagnosis of Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin’s prostate cancer, and his initial decision not to disclose it, has put that cancer back at the center of some attention. It’s one of the most treatable cancers, but for many men there's still a stigma around it all too often. John Yang discussed that with Dr. Jay Raman, professor and chair of the Department of Urology at Penn State Health.

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