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  • Does Diet Play a Role in Prostate Cancer Formation?

    Nearly 28,000 people die each year from prostate cancer. An estimated 221,000 new cases of the disease are diagnosed each year, as well. These two facts combine to make it clear that men need to take an aggressive stance to prevent this form of cancer from developing. When prevention isn’t possible, early detection is critical for survival rates. There are...

  • Prostate Cancer Facts Reveal a Need for Early Detection

    Prostate cancer is one of the more common forms of this class of diseases. Only present in men, it claims an estimated 28,000 lives each year. While more than 220,000 cases are diagnoses annually, early detection and treatment can lead to a very strong prognosis. There are some facts men need to consider when deciding whether an aggressive detection schedule...

  • Prostate Cancer Risk Factors Men Can Address

    With an estimated 220,000 new cases of prostate cancer diagnosed annually in the United States alone, preventing the disease is a good plan for men as they age. While some of the risk factors, such as ethnicity, age and heredity, cannot be addressed, there are measures men can take to reduce other risks. Some of the more common risk...

  • Risk Factors for Prostate Cancer Men Need to Know About

    It’s a simple fact that men are typically uncomfortable submitting to prostate screening exams. After all, the routine screening tests are a bit invasive and they are not pleasant. The benefits of going in for routine screening, however, far outweigh a few minutes time spent being uncomfortable. When this form of cancer is detected early, treatment is almost always...

  • Selecting the Right Doctor for Prostate Cancer Treatment

    Let’s face it; most people have never had the need to select an oncologist nor did they ever anticipate they would have to do so. If the diagnosis is prostate cancer, there are some things that can help men select the best possible practitioner for the job. After all, confidence in the medical professional overseeing a case is critical...

  • Prostate Cancer and the PSA Debate

    Screening for prostate cancer is something that men are recommended to do on a regular basis. And for good reason, prostate cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers in men but it is also easily treated. Because there are often no symptoms associated with prostate cancer - especially in the earliest stages - screening becomes even more...

  • What’s New in Prostate Cancer?

    Continued research allows for advancements in cancer care on a daily basis. Every year we gain a deeper understanding about cancer - what causes it, who is at risk, and how we can better diagnose and treat it more effectively. As with other types of cancer, prostate cancer receives its own share of research dollars and new developments continue...

  • Can Diet Lower Risk for Prostate Cancer?

    We have come a long way in terms of understanding the food/body connection. We now understand on an intellectual level - even if we ignore it so we can enjoy our favorite foods - that what we put in our body can impact our health beyond our weight. Poor diet and increased body weight can also result in a...

  • Maintaining Lifestyle During Treatment for Prostate Cancer

    Treatment for cancer of any kind can put a damper on normal daily activities, especially if what you are undergoing has resulted in side-effects. For men with prostate cancer who are just beginning to work with their doctors regarding a treatment plan, they may worry about what treatment will mean to their lives and if treatment will require becoming...