“This risk is increased further if there is a history of prostate cancer in your ancestry and also if you are of African-Caribbean or African ancestry – if this is the case I would advise the regular checks to start from the age of 45.”
How to reduce your risk
Unfortunately, there’s no way of completely eradicating the risk of developing prostate cancer.
However, as the pharmacist pointed out, there are a few lifestyle changes you can make to reduce the chances – maintaining a healthy diet and exercising regularly are important changes you can make to improve your health.
Also, “reducing animal-fat intake and consumption of processed meats can help reduce these risks”.