A new study suggests examining how prostate cancer tumors change, and are expected to change, over time – called tumor evolution – can help determine how aggressive the cancer is and how it should be treated.
Cancer screening is less straightforward than it might seem. Screening isn’t routinely recommended for some cancers, and has confusing guidelines about others.
Lower levels of vitamin D are linked to an increased risk of aggressive prostate cancer. Here’s what to know.
Should you be screened for prostate cancer? New guidelines leave the decision to individual men but recommend against screening those 70 and older.
Should men with intermediate-risk prostate cancer be offered active surveillance as a treatment? Here’s what new research shows.
How much does it cost to treat men who have low-risk prostate cancer, from the time a patient has his first appointment to follow-up testing years later?
If you have recently been diagnosed with prostate cancer, here’s what you should know before considering high intensity focused ultrasound.
Immunotherapy offers new hope for men with castration-resistant prostate cancer.
Radiation oncologists and medical physicists have made a number of improvements in external beam radiation therapy for prostate cancer.
If you’ve had your prostate surgically removed, don’t be concerned if your penis is shorter. A new study suggests it will be back to its regular size in a year.