How to Overcome Prostate Cancer Anxiety

A 65 year old healthy man, with no family history of prostate cancer, had a routine PSA of 4.7 ug/L. His digital rectal examination was normal. He became anxious and depressed. A transrectal ultrasound guided biopsy showed a single microfocus of prostatic intraepithelial neoplasia. He remains dispirited. A new disease entity was identified and termed keep reading

5 Myths About Prostate Cancer

Today’s world of prostate cancer (PCa) is a far cry from what it was in your dad’s day. New knowledge about the disease includes a better understanding of prostate anatomy, PCa genomics, the behavior of cancer cells, the role of lifestyle, etc. However, some old beliefs still linger. It’s time to put them to rest. keep reading

Radiation Increases Leukemia Risk

Americans are living longer. In 2014, USA Today reported a new record high for life expectancy.[i] Today, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the average person will live to be 78.8 years old (for women, 81.2 years; for men, 76.4 years). Heart disease remains the number one cause of death, and cancer keep reading