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Trying to give your sex life a boost with supplements can be downright dangerous.
The challenge of combating advanced prostate cancer can be summed up in two words: treatment resistance. Here’s what you should know about your options.
Low testosterone in men—or “low T”—can be caused by certain medical conditions or medications. But findings from several recent studies may cause doctors to be cautious about who should be treated.
If you live with advanced prostate cancer and traditional hormone therapies have stopped working, one of these new hormone therapies may be an option.
For men with advanced prostate cancer who also have BRCA 1 or 2 genes, the ovarian cancer drug olaparib may slow down or halt tumor growth.
If you have advanced prostate cancer, early chemotherapy may help extend your life, according to the study.