New research findings led by scientists from the Mayo Clinic have revealed new molecular markers that can help predict prostate health in patients by aiding in pinpointing tumor severity in “low risk” patients.
Archive for month: March 2019
A team of researchers from UCLA has found that shorter radiation therapy could have the potential to treat prostate cancer, especially in low-to-moderately-aggressive tumors.
New research sponsored by the makers of the anti-cancer drug Xtandi has revealed the medication can be used to treat more than one type of prostate cancer.
The prostate gland is about the size of a walnut and surrounds the neck of a man’s bladder and urethra - the tube that carries urine from the bladder...
A team of doctors and researchers from Great Britain have developed a suite of personalized web tools that aid in providing personalized diagnosis and treatment options for men with prostate cancer.
If left untreated, an enlarged prostate can lead to complications such as urinary retention and kidney damage. Here are some natural remedies you can try...
The hair loss medication known as finasteride may help protect men from being diagnosed with prostate cancer, according to a new long-term study into the drug's effects.
Medical researchers have developed a new prostate cancer prediction method by using machine learning tools to provide some of the highest levels of accuracy ever.
A more accurate test that screens for prostate-specific antigen (PSA) in the bloodstream can help reduce the need for prostate biopsies, according to emergent research.