ObjectiveTo describe the cardiovascular profile of Veteran men before beginning ADT, with the eventual benefit of targeting treatments to manage harmful cardiovascular side effects. Materials and MethodsWe performed a secondary analysis with Chi-square and Fisher’s exact tests were performed for associations between demographics and cardiovascular comorbidities on 375 Veteran men diagnosed with prostate cancer. ResultsOverweight and a current smokers were more likely to be younger, whereas men with a systolic blood pressure greater than 120 were more likely to be older (all p’s <0.05). Men with total cholesterol greater than 180 were more likely to be identified in the Hispanic/ other/unknown ethnicity category ConclusionsInterventions to manage cardiovascular risk should focus on preventive lifestyle changes for younger men, and chronic disease management for older men. Men in the smaller Hispanic/other/unknown category are at risk for marginalization within the Veteran Administration (VA) system due to their low numbers and should be closely monitored for cholesterol levels when receiving ADT.