*Most frequently diagnosed cancer in men aside from skin cancer.
*Second-leading cause of cancer death in men behind lung cancer.
*Incidence rates significantly higher in African-Americans, 241 cases per 100,000 men versus whites, 149 cases per 100,000 men.
*Incidence rates and deaths in United States have decreased since 2000.
*Nearly two-thirds of cases diagnosed in men 65 and older.