(UroToday.com) African American men have a 1.6-1.8-fold higher risk of developing prostate cancer, develop prostate cancer at a younger age, and tend to have more aggressive disease at diagnosis. Disparities in prostate cancer outcomes for these men are likely influenced by both socioeconomic and healthcare access issues, as well as genetic factors.  In this study, Dr. Khashab presented genomic data derived from a retrospective analysis of patients treated at a community-focused academic healthcare system in Texas that serves a higher percentage of Hispanic and African American patients with prostate cancer.