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  • Mediterranean Diet Reduce the Chances of Prostate Cancer

    Recent studies have surfaced that complete Mediterranean dietary patterns could decrease the possibility of a person with being afflicted with prostate cancer in comparison to a person who consumes discrete foods. This study was done to figure out the relationship between the kind of food a person consumes versus their risk of getting cancer. Few cases among men: Scientists...

  • Prostate Cancer Recurrence Cells Have been Identified

    Even though treatment for prostate cancer is available in many forms such as chemotherapy, or hormonal therapy, in many men, the disease will grow further and progress in spite of treatment. However, a recent study conducted by the Chair of Pharmacology and Therapeutics at the Roswell Park Cancer Institute has made rather startling findings. They found a kind of new...

  • Being Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer – And Dealing With It

    When told that you have prostate cancer, understandably your first reaction is shock, and maybe disbelief. After all, it is a disease that doesn’t show many symptoms, and occurs in only one out of seven men in the US. However, it could affect anyone, and thus, it is okay to think about what you would do in such a...

  • Prostate cancer: It’s not one size fits all

    Debate and discussion have been aroused due to the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force’s draft recommendation on prostate cancer screening. The dispute arises regarding its worth and usefulness of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) testing. This is a normal, bold test that males of ages 50 and above are recommended to take. It is up to men to have cancer screening tests....

  • Changes in screening prostate cancer

    After a heated dispute and debate, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force sent out a recommendation draft against prostate cancer screening in men. Five years after this had been issued, the USPSTF has called back their statement and said that it is up to the individual himself if he wants to get a PSA screening test done. PSA screening test...

  • Choosing a Texas Prostate Cancer Treatment Center

    There are a number of prostate cancer care centers in Texas. While some are affiliated to hospitals, others are stand alone clinics. It is not always easy to find the most suitable option when you have so many to choose from. Below are the factors to consider when choosing a Texas prostate cancer treatment center. Multidisciplinary collaboration among medics-Successful...

  • 6 Things You Should Know About Prostate Cancer

    Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer among men above the age of 60. Overall, it is the second most common type of cancer among men across the globe. Below are 6 facts about prostate cancer and prostate cancer treatment you should know. The likelihood of getting prostate cancer when you are less than 40 years is less...

  • How Prostate Cancer Treatment Is Getting Revolutionized

    The type of tumor a patient suffering from prostate cancer has will determine the kind of treatment to be given. Thus, understanding the factors at play, such as the rate of growth of the tumor, as well as the genetic makeup of the patient is essential to develop an effective plan for treating the disease. A study: A group...

  • Creating Awareness of Prostate Cancer

    Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancer types among men, and to celebrate the fourth iteration of Bowvember, the non-profit-organization, Procure has allied itself with the famed and fashionable designer Philippe Dubuc to create a bowtie to stand as a beacon to illuminate the battle being waged against prostate cancer. The 2017 bowtie, which is fashionable for...

  • Is Surgery Always Needed for Prostate Cancer Treatment?

    Men who are diagnosed with low-risk, early stage prostate cancer may find their doctors recommending they take a unique approach to treatment. Rather than rush headlong into surgery and other interventions, research is showing that watchful waiting can have benefits. This form of treatment involves careful monitoring of a tumor, but no direct interventions. In doing so, “active surveillance,”...