Find out how hormone therapy can be used against prostate cancer.
Active surveillance for prostate cancer is used to avoid treatment side effects in men with a very low risk of prostate cancer progression.
When you receive a diagnosis of prostate cancer, you may experience a range of feelings — including disbelief, fear, anger, anxiety and depression.
Take the time to understand what cancer risk is and how it's measured. This can help you put your own cancer risk into perspective.
Find out how slow-growing prostate cancer is treated.
While there's no sure way to prevent prostate cancer, there are things you can do to reduce your risk.
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Making the decision to have a PSA test depends on a variety of factors. Here are some tips that can help you make a good decision.
According to WebMD, most men don’t know they have prostate cancer until it’s found during a routine physical. While the disease doesn’t typically cause symptoms in its early stages, there are some signs you can look for.
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Find out more about the different stages of prostate cancer.
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Find out who is at a higher risk of getting prostate cancer.
From shaving to marriage, see what myths about men's health get busted.
Men have to think differently than women when planning their diets.
Find out what common areas prostate cancer can spread to.
Find out what tests are used to screen for prostate cancer.
Find out some potential treatment options for patients with low-risk prostate cancer.
According to the Mayo Clinic, it is a bit controversial as to when men should start getting screened for prostate cancer.
There are several treatment options for men who are diagnosed with prostate cancer.
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Some of the biggest health risks for men may very likely be the ones they are least aware of. Read on for a look at five hidden health risks all men should know about.
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