A prostate biopsy, performed on an outpatient basis, takes about 20 minutes and is used to diagnose or rule out cancer. Here’s what to expect.
Prostate cancer typically causes no symptoms in its early stages, but widespread screening has decreased diagnoses of advanced disease.
The TNM staging system describes how far prostate cancer has spread and helps determine appropriate treatment options.
A doctor who focuses on prostate cancer can be of great help when you’ve been diagnosed with advanced cancer. Here are some tips for finding a specialist near you.
Most men with localized prostate cancer overestimate their gain in life expectancy with treatment and underestimate their life expectancy without it. Here’s what you should know.
New therapies for advanced prostate cancer can extend survival and also improve the quality of life for patients.
This injectable drug can be an effective weapon in controlling prostate cancer, but it’s not without risks.
Research on the question of whether this common form of contraception increases the risk of prostate cancer has yielded conflicting results.
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network recommends the following treatment strategies for very low-, low-, intermediate-, and high-risk patients.
An on-off treatment cycle may be used to boost a patient’s response to a drug whose effectiveness has begun to wane. Here’s what patients should know.