Prostate cancer is usually a slow growing cancer and treatment is available. While you can live without a prostate, treating it can cause side effects and have an impact on your life. Prostate cancer is a tough opponent, but good coaches and lots of tools are available.
Prostate Cancer Articles
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PSA test Controversy
Experts increasingly believe the PSA test leads to needless treatment such as radiotherapy, when men could be monitored and live with the cancer without it ever causing a problem.
Prostate Cancer Treatment
Advances are made almost daily concerning the treatment of prostate cancer.
Discovered in 1986 by Stanford researcher Dr. Thomas Stamey, the PSA blood test for prostate cancer is one of the medical world's most important -- and controversial -- tools.
Sex causes Prostate Cancer?
According to a recent article published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, frequent sexual activity does not increase the risk of developing prostate cancer.
Selenium fights Prostate Cancer
According to a recent article in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute, higher levels of dietary selenium may decrease the risk of prostate cancer.
Prostate Cancer in the African American Male
In a study involving more than 67,000 men age 65 years and older, the researchers found that blacks were 35 percent less likely than whites to undergo prostate-specific antigen (PSA) testing.
Prostate Cancer Diet
Why is prostate cancer so much more common in the West than in Asia? Diet has long been chief suspect for the difference.
Prostate Cancer Prevention
Experts say that a reduction in the number of prostate cancer deaths can be attributed in large part to an increase in early detection of the disease.
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