We live on a lane with only two other neighbours. I've only recently discovered that in all 3 homes, the eldest man in the house has been diagnosed with prostate cancer.
How common is this? Is there any evidence of clustering of Prostate cancers?
One of our neighbours was metastatic at diagnosis and has since sadly died. The other was told that he had no option but surgery. My husband had a choice of RT, Surgery or Brachytherapy; he picked RT, which has recently finished but he's still on the hormones. His doctors told us that they were aiming for a cure in his case.
Is this just me, or it is rather too much of a coincidence that all 3 eldest men on my street have been diagnosed with Prostate cancer? We all moved in about 30 years ago.
Has anyone else noticed this sort of clustering? Many thanks in advance, for any chat about this..