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.

New Study Finds Low-Dose Aspirin Does Little to Help Prostate Cancer Patients

New Study Finds Low-Dose Aspirin Does Little to Help Prostate Cancer Patients

A newly-published research study out of Denmark has found that low-dose aspirin, while beneficial for some men’s health issues, does little to help patients diagnosed with prostate cancer.

Shorter Radiation Therapy Courses May Be Helpful In Treating Low Risk Prostate Cancer, UCLA Researchers Find

Shorter Radiation Therapy Courses May Be Helpful In Treating Low Risk Prostate Cancer, UCLA Researchers Find

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.

British Doctors Develop Personalized Web Tools to Aid in Diagnosis and Treatment

British Doctors Develop Personalized Web Tools to Aid in Diagnosis and Treatment

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.