Prostate cancer is one of the most prevalent cancers in men. Despite this, many men still aren't following the recommended screening guidelines for early detection, nor are they taking important steps toward prevention. Use the Prostate Cancer Web Guide to answer your questions about prostate cancer.
According to experts at the Mayo Clinic, a prostate cancer diagnosis can be particularly ... read more »
Prostate cancer symptoms often don't appear until the disease has progressed beyond the prostate. ... read more »
Although some men might be genetically predisposed toward prostate cancer, there are steps everyone can take to reduce their chances of developing the disease. Use the sites below to learn more about prostate cancer prevention.
- When you're searching for information on prostate cancer prevention, you'll encounter a lot of Web sites trying to sell you something. If you feel as though a site is biased toward a certain product, be sure to check its authorship and credibility.
Prostate Cancer Canada
has a risk factor quiz for men to see if they are at a higher risk of developing prostate cancer. Answer the questions to discover your estimated risk.
National Cancer Institute
reviews possible causes of prostate cancer, along with prevention and genetics. It also provides a quiz
that can help you learn about causes and risk factors.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's
"Prostate Cancer Screening: A Decision Guide for African Americans" speaks to statistics showing that African Americans have a higher risk for prostate cancer than other populations. The guide discusses risks, screening, prevention and more.
Cryoablation, chemotherapy and hormone therapy are a few approaches a doctor might take when ... read more »
After a prostate cancer diagnosis, a flood of questions can arise regarding how the disease will ... read more »
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Prostate cancer research is ongoing with many clinical trials in progress. Use the ... read more »
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