Clinical Trial Discovers African American Men Respond Well to Advanced Prostate Treatment

Clinical Trial Discovers African American Men Respond Well to Advanced Prostate Treatment

African American men suffer from prostate cancer more often than white men, yet new research shows that they respond as well — or even better — to advanced treatment methods.

Funding For First Large-Scale Prostate Study of African-American Men Announced

Funding For First Large-Scale Prostate Study of African-American Men Announced

A large-scale study of African-American men diagnosed with prostate cancer, the first of its kind, recently made waves thanks to a massive $26.5 million...

Black Men With High Circulating Vitamin D Binding Protein May Be At Lower Risk Of Prostate Cancer – Dr. David Samadi

Black Men With High Circulating Vitamin D Binding Protein May Be At Lower Risk Of Prostate Cancer – Dr. David Samadi

A recent study found that elevated levels of circulating vitamin D binding protein may be associated with a reduced risk of prostate cancer in black men.

African American Men Have The Highest Rate Of Prostate Cancer – Dr. David Samadi

African American Men Have The Highest Rate Of Prostate Cancer – Dr. David Samadi

Prostate cancer has been found to occur more often in men of African descent, whether African-American or Afro-Caribbean. Dr. Samadi...