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For years, friendships between straight women and gay men have been a subject of pop culture fascination. Why are straight women so drawn to having gay men as friends? And when do these relationships typically form? At first glance, this explanation may seem quite counterintuitive.
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When it comes to prostate cancer, 'gay men are erased,' patients say
But for some of the men who had the mysterious new illness, calling it "cancer" was a form of hope. Joe Wright is a student at Harvard Medical School. He said that some of the patient activists in the early days were looking for a way to talk about their illness and they found it in an unlikely place. One of the first and most visible signs of the new syndrome was Kaposi's Sarcoma, KS, which created purplish tumors that often showed up on the skin. And because the first people diagnosed with the new syndrome were gay men, some people started calling the disease Gay Cancer.
Prostate cancer is the most prevalent invasive cancer among men , affecting nearly one in eight at some point in their lives, according to the Centers for Disease Control. But the unique challenges facing gay and bisexual men with prostate cancer have largely gone unaddressed. Men who have sex with men MSM are less likely to get regular prostate cancer screenings, and those who are diagnosed are less likely to have familial and social support, according to research cited by the National Institutes of Health. And if their health care provider is not culturally competent, gay and bisexual men are much less likely to understand how treatment will impact their quality of life.