Prostate cancer is so prevalent that 1 in 8 men will receive this awful diagnosis during their lifetime. It is worthy of note that 6 in 10 cases are diagnosed in men who are 65 or older, being quite rare in men under 40. Nevertheless, prostate cancer can occur at any age. Another noteworthy aspect is that African-Americans are more likely to receive a diagnosis of prostate cancer than Caucasians. 1 man out of 41 will die of prostate cancer. The following are the most common symptoms of prostate cancer:
- frequent urination
- weak or interrupted urine flow
- the urge to urinate frequently at night
- blood in the urine
- erectile dysfunction
- pain or burning during urination
The main source of PFAS on military bases is the employment of aqueous film-forming foam, also known as AFFF, by military firefighters and trainees to put out jet fuel and petroleum fires. Surprisingly, this fire suppressant was developed by the U.S. Navy along with the renowned 3M company in the early 1960s. However, it is highly dangerous, as once the PFAS it contains are released into the environment, they persist, since they are forever chemicals. Similarly, once they enter the human body, they remain there forever, being able to cause serious health problems, such as prostate cancer. If you were stationed at a military base, either as a member of the military or as the family member of one, and developed prostate cancer, we strongly encourage you to contact our legal team, as we specialize in toxic exposure and will help you recover the compensation you deserve for your suffering.