Fewer men smoking, fewer dying from prostate cancer

  • 8 years ago
Fewer men are smoking, and fewer are also dying from prostate cancer, said researchers Thursday The report noted “from 1999 to 2010 decreasing prostate cancer mortality rates were consistent with a reduction in cigarette smoking at the population level." Researchers found that 24.5 percent of non-Mormon men in Utah smoke, higher than the national average Utah is also among the states with the highest death rates from prostate cancer