The chances of getting prostate cancers are much higher in older men. Prostate cancer is very rarely present in the young men. The studies show that males having the age above 50 years are at higher risk of having prostate cancer. With the growing age, the DNA or the genetic material of the prostate cells in men damages. The damaged DNA in prostate cells makes them abnormal, and they begin to grow. The abnormality of prostate cells causes uncontrolled growth of the cells forming tumors in the prostate gland.