Risk Factors for Prostate Cancer, Testicular Cancer and Male Breast Cancer. 


Prostate Cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in men, after non - melanoma skin cancer. 

One man in seven will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during his lifetime, but only one man in 36 will die of this disease.

An estimated 26,120 men will die of prostate cancer in 2016, an estimated 180,890 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2016.

More than 70% of men diagnosed with prostate cancer are over the age of 65.

Risk factors are being male, age, race, and family history.


Testicular Cancer is not very common and a man's chance of getting it is about 1 in 270.

The risk of dying from testicular cancer is about 1 in 5,000.

About 8,590 of new cases of testicular cancer, and about 360 deaths occur each year .

Testicular cancer is one of the curable forms of cancer.  


Male Breast Cancer the risk of getting breast cancer is less than 1% of all cases of breast cancer.

About 1,990 new cases of breast cancer are reported each year with about 450 deaths.  


This site is for every Mom, Sister, Wife and Girlfriend so you will know about these cancers as they could take your loved one away from you and learn what signs you need to be on the look out for to keep him healthy because we all know that without you the women in our life it just won't happen, so please do your part to  SAVE YOUR MALES.

If you want me to talk at your next meeting, or event about male cancers all you need to do is email me. We all have to make saving men a top priority.  


I am here to help you in any way, if you need someone to talk to or with that male in your life man to man, from someone who has been there email me at



This site is maintained by Peter Roberts, I founded Save Your Males after I was diagnosed with  Stage 4 Prostate Cancer as a way to help keep men alive longer.

I try to keep the latest information on male cancers on this site, if you have something that you feel needs to be posted that will keep others healthy, please pass it on to me.


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