If you have prostate cancer and you’ve exhausted all the standard treatment options, you may want to join a clinical trial. Here's what you should know.
Prostate cancer cells can be killed with minimal damage to the urethra, rectum, and bladder using carefully calibrated doses of radiation.
Findings from a clinical trial suggest that avoiding traditional therapies for early prostate cancer is often a sensible decision.
Proton beam therapy is advertised as the next big thing in prostate cancer treatment, but the evidence doesn't support the hype. Here's what you should know.
If you are diagnosed with prostate cancer, here’s what you should know about picking the right surgeon.
If you have low-risk prostate cancer, don't jump right into treatment. A wait-and-see approach could be the right way to go.
Don't overlook the potential for incontinence if you're considering a prostatectomy for prostate cancer.
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.
Recovering bladder control following a prostate procedure can be a slow process that may take months. Try these approaches to help manage incontinence.
If you live with advanced prostate cancer and traditional hormone therapies have stopped working, one of these new hormone therapies may be an option.