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Urologic oncologist focuses research on prostate cancer in Black men

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Urologic oncologist Dr. Isaac Powell sits down with TODAY’s Al Roker to discuss his research into why Black men are more likely to be diagnosed with and die from prostate cancer. He talks about distrust in the health care system, how Black men are affected by the disease, and the need for more research like his.