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Black men who get chemotherapy for prostate cancer could live longer than white men.  A new study presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology found that black men had a nearly 20 percent lower risk of death during the same period as white men.  However, the study also noted that black men have a much higher risk of developing advanced prostate cancer.  Overall, researchers found that with equal access to treatment, racial disparities in outcomes can be reduced. So make sure you get that check-up!