Why is this so sir in patient less than 70 yrs age G1 or G2 cannot occur?

Why is this so sir in patient less than 70 yrs age G1 or G2 cannot occur?

I’m not sure what you are referring to with “this,” but assuming you are asking about the staging of prostate cancer, it is not accurate to say that G1 or G2 prostate cancer cannot occur in patients less than 70 years of age.

Prostate cancer is typically classified based on the grade of the cancer cells, as well as the stage and other factors such as PSA level and patient’s overall health. The most commonly used grading system is the Gleason grading system, which assigns a score from 1 to 5 to the two most predominant patterns of cancer cells seen on a biopsy. The scores are then added together to give a Gleason score, which ranges from 2 to 10.

G1 and G2 cancers are lower grade cancers with Gleason scores of 6 or lower. These cancers are typically less aggressive and may be managed with active surveillance or curative treatments such as surgery or radiation therapy.

The grade and stage of prostate cancer can occur in patients of any age. While age is a factor in determining the appropriate treatment for prostate cancer, it is not a determining factor in the grade or stage of the cancer. It’s important to work closely with a healthcare professional to accurately diagnose and stage prostate cancer and determine the most appropriate treatment plan.