Cancers in Men

Updated: June 1, 2023

Some of the cancers that most often affect men are prostate, colorectal, lung, and skin cancers. Knowing about these cancers and how to help prevent them or find them early (when they are small, haven’t spread, and might be easier to treat) may help save lives.. — Cancer Facts for Men – American Cancer Society

Men have higher rates of getting and dying from cancer than women. Men can lower their chances of getting certain kinds of cancer by making healthy choices and getting screening tests. — Centers for Disease Control

Prostate Cancer Resources

Black men both get and die from prostate cancer at a higher rate. There are many factors that can increase the risk and worsen the outcome of prostate cancer. — Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center

American Cancer Society
National Cancer Institute
Mayo Clinic
ZERO Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF)
1250 Fourth Street
Santa Monica, CA 90401
(800) 757-CURE (2873)
Main: (310) 570-4700
Prostate Cancer Foundation publishes a series of helpful guides as part of a commitment to connect men and their loved ones to the latest prostate cancer research information. Includes guides for patient’ additional facts for African American Men and Their Families; Living Well; Things Every Man Should Know About Prostate Cancer; Questions to Ask Your Doctor

Testicular Cancer Resources

Testicular Cancer Society
Testicular cancer information, answers, and support 24/7
(513) 696-9827
[email protected]

Testicular Cancer Awareness Foundation (TCAF) 
202 North Ave. #305
Grand Junction, CO 81501
[email protected]

Male Breast Cancer Resources

American Cancer Society
National Breast Cancer Foundation, Inc.
Susan G. Komen

Supporting Loved Ones With Cancer

CWNY’s list of resources on Supporting Loved Ones with Cancer – Center for the Women of New York (CWNY)

Cancer Support Groups

CWNY’s list of Cancer Support Groups – Center for the Women of New York (CWNY)