Prostate cancer: How young is too young?
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A 28-year-old man presented with lower abdominal pain, weak urine stream, nocturia and urinary hesitancy for 3 weeks. Symptoms had gradually become worse to the point where he could no longer void without straining and had 1 episode of acute urinary retention. He also complained of lower back ache and pressure for the past 4 days. He denied fever and other constitutional symptoms. He did not endorse burning during micturition, changes in bowel habitus, erectile dysfunction or painful erection and had not noticed any blood in urine or semen. No history of urinary tract infection, nephrolithiasis, malignancy or neurological disease was reported...

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