Don't Miss Out — Rx Can Strengthen Men's Bones
Androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) for men with prostate cancer might make their bones weak. Fortunately, a common medication can make them strong again — if patients can get a prescription.
Metastatic Cancer: How Cancer Spreads
Learning that a cancer has metastasized may be one of the scariest things you can hear from your doctor. Metastatic cancers are responsible for 90 percent of all cancer-related deaths. Here is an introduction to the fundamentals of how cancer develops and spreads.
Prostate Cancer Treatment Tied to Death From Heart Problems
Radiotherapy and other cancer treatments can offer hope to prostate cancer patients. But for some men, certain treatments may carry risks.
Blood Fats May Raise Prostate Cancer Risk
Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers in men, and cholesterol may promote its growth. Even after prostate surgery, those with high blood fat levels may have a greater risk of the cancer returning, new research suggests.
Genetic Testing May Identify Men at Risk for Prostate Cancer
Lifestyle choices like smoking can increase your risk for cancer. But your genes may also raise your risk — particularly for prostate cancer.
Balding May Indicate Risk of Prostate Cancer
Balding and prostate cancer are two different but common concerns for many men. Now, new research suggests the two may be connected.
Black Men With Prostate Cancer May Need Different Approach
Doctors sometimes monitor men with prostate cancer by watching for disease signs rather than giving more treatment. But this approach may not be the best one for black men.
Robotic Surgery for Prostate Cancer Becoming More Common
The prevalence and costs of new health care procedures constantly change as new techniques emerge. A new study examined one new treatment for prostate cancer.
Cancer Screening May Not Benefit Elderly
Regular cancer screenings are widely regarded as an important part of preventive medicine, particularly for people in midlife. But those same screenings might cause more harm than good in older patients facing a limited life expectancy.
Improving Symptoms in Men Treated for Prostate Cancer
The 10-year survival rate for prostate cancer is about 99 percent, reports the American Cancer Society. While the odds for surviving this disease are great, many of those men are left with unpleasant symptoms from their treatment.