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You may want to get tested for everything, but most of the time, that's not necessary. Here's what you should be tested for and when.
If you have advanced prostate cancer, a blood test for a protein called AR-V7 may help predict how you'll respond to specific treatments.
Remember: Reputable companies will ask permission before they share your information with others.
Remember: An “abnormal result” does not mean you’ll never conceive.
Life with a chronic illness can often overshadow the rest of your health, but it’s important to care for your overall health as well.
More and more men are being diagnosed with HPV-related cancers of the throat. So why aren’t they routinely screened for the virus?
Chances are you’ve seen the slick TV ads for products that claim they can fix low testosterone. But that doesn’t mean you should pay attention. Here’s why.
Should you be screened for prostate cancer? These new guidelines say no if you're older than 70.
Should men with intermediate-risk prostate cancer be offered active surveillance as a treatment? Learn what new research suggests.
If your doctor suspects you have prostate cancer, having an MRI scan might spare you the medical risks of a prostate biopsy.