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Kelvin Moses

“I encourage men to be vigilant about getting screened for prostate cancer earlier, particularly if they have a family history. So many men who come into my clinic and tell me their dad died of bone cancer; it is more likely prostate cancer that spread and they just didn’t know it,” says Dr. Kelvin A. Moses, associate professor of urology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.

See “Addressing prostate cancer’s racial disparity starts with you” by J. Brantley Thrasher on the Urology Times website (February 7, 2020)

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