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Whether it's scheduling a checkup for a husband, driving Grandpa to a doctor's appointment or making sure a teenage son eats something other than junk food, women often act as guardians of the health of their male loved ones. Women seem naturally cast in the role of caregivers, and it's not unusual for a woman to know more about men's health issues - such as heart health - than the males in her life do. When it comes to prostate cancer, women's knowledge and involvement can be life-saving for their loved ones.

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