Findings from a recent study could ultimately help doctors tailor treatment for patients with prostate cancer. Learn more about research on more personalized therapies.
The merits of PSA (prostate-specific antigen) testing for prostate cancer have long been debated. Does testing identify too many harmless, slow-growing cancers — or does it save lives? Tap or click to reveal the answer.
Disparities in health care often are thought to be the result of poverty and a related lack of access to quality health care. But clinical experience and research show that this is overly simplistic.
Prostate cancer can be hard to detect. Deciding what to do about it if we find or suspect it can be even tougher, for patients and their doctors.
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If you are noticing changes in your urine or overall bathroom habits, it’s time to see the doctor to check for prostate issues.
Common myths about prostate cancer, including misconceptions about prostate-specific-antigen (PSA) testing and prostate surgery.