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Prostate cancer screening is controversial. Some doctors and organizations recommend regular screening while others don't. The American Cancer...
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In 2008, researchers from Duke, M.D. Anderson, UNC, U. Michigan, and NCI published their findings on the use of flaxseed supplementation as a...
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Brachytherapy is a form of radiation therapy used to treat prostate cancer. During the procedure, radioactive seeds are implanted into the prostate...
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This is a great question. Luckily, Medicare provides a great web site for folks to check out what’s covered and what isn't covered in its list of...
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Cancer cells are exquisitely sensitive, and in fact stimulated to grow by testosterone. So before a man is put on testosterone therapy, it’s...
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Aggressive treatments are merely designed to remove the cancer, get it out of your body. If it’s aggressive and we pursue a conservative approach, we...
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OK. There are a number of different factors that play into whether this prostate cancer is going to be significant. Obviously we want to know the...
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The problem with prostate cancer is that there really are not any obvious symptoms. Men can present getting up at night to urinate, going frequently...
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Prostate cancer can have a significant hereditary component. Men whose fathers, brothers, uncles grandfathers have had prostate cancer, they’re at a...
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There are several things that you can do to reduce your risk for developing prostate cancer. One of them is maintain a normal healthy lifestyle...
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Locally advanced and metastatic prostate cancer are diagnosed through physical exams and tests, including: A digital rectal exam, in which the doctor...
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Prostate cancer can't be prevented. But there are steps you can take to reduce your risk of developing this disease. For more information, see the...
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Surgery to treat prostate cancer is usually reserved for men in good health who are younger than 70 and who choose to have surgery. Surgery may be...
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Prostate cancer may not cause noticeable symptoms. Possible symptoms of locally advancedprostatecancer are:Having difficulty starting your urine...
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Prostate cancer is a group of cells that grows faster than normal in a man's prostate gland. It can spread into other areas and kill normal tissue...
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