Our son is 24. We've always been proactive in educating, Chris, about
self checking after, Paul, had testicular cancer at 38. The Doc's told us then, that 38 was older than normal for the type of cancer he had. With that in mind, we started our son on self testing monthly at the young age of seven. I can only hope he continues.
What about PCa though? Paul was 48 when he was diagnosed. Even though the oncologists believe PCa was a secondary tumor, a result of radiation treatment from the TCa, I still worry a little. Given Paul's young age at diagnosis, any thoughts on when our son should begin testing? Studies do seem to suggest, the younger the father at diagnosis, the younger a son may be.