The Five Problems with TRUS Biopsy

Up till now, prostate cancer has been the only tumor cancer diagnosed by random luck. That’s right, random luck. The most common type of prostate biopsy is guided by transrectal ultrasound, or TRUS. It is considered the “gold standard” for prostate biopsy because it’s most widely used by urologists. Being the most common doesn’t mean keep reading

Intense Exercise May Extend Life for Advanced PCa Patients

I have previously written about the role of exercise in lowering the risk of developing prostate cancer (See http://sperlingprostatecenter.com/news-flash-exercise-may-decrease-risk-prostate-cancer/). In fact, quite a bit of research has been published about actual changes in the gene mechanisms that control tumor activity as a result of exercise. As a firm believer in our ability to prevent prostate keep reading