Scientists presenting data at a recent symposium showcased how effective treatment with androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) and enzalutamide can be...
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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.
The results of a new research study have revealed that prostate cancer is becoming less deadly, and has been in decline in both diagnoses and deaths.
Early results are in from a clinical trial for new prostate cancer treatment drug darolutamide, showcasing the promise of better treatment for specific types of prostate tumors.
Early results in the Phase 2 GALAHAD clinical trial for the anti-cancer drug Zejula show promise in treating patients suffering from specific types of prostate cancer.
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.
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.
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.
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.