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How much does a family history of prostate cancer increase the risk for it?
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For men with a primary relative with prostate cancer (a brother or a father), the risk is two-fold higher. Men with familial prostate cancer may develop the disease at an earlier age, so screening should be considered as early as age 35-40.

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