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Long-term vigorous exercise may lower risk of advanced and fatal prostate cancers

Prostate cancer is among the most common forms of cancer affecting men today. In 2018, more than 1.2 million new cases will... Read More

New Blood Test May Someday Help Guide the Best Treatment for Aggressive Prostate Cancer

Analyzing circulating tumor cells (CTCs) isn’t part of routine care yet for patients with metastatic prostate cancer, in part because... Read More

Yoga Lessens Treatment-Related Symptoms in Men with Prostate Cancer

Decades of research show that yoga can reduce the emotional and physical fatigue brought on by cancer treatment. In 2017,... Read More

Combination Hormonal Therapy Boosts Survival in Men with Aggressive Prostate Cancer

A standard approach for treating aggressive prostate cancer is to give therapies that block testosterone, a tumor-stimulating hormone. Should initial... Read More

New Approach Identifies Returning Prostate Cancer

For the first time, researchers have mapped patterns of prostate cancer recurrence following surgery, which may help doctors choose the... Read More

Shortened Radiation Therapy May Help With Low-Risk Prostate Cancer

A new study found that patients with low-risk prostate cancer may be able to undergo a shortened course of radiation... Read More

Immediate Radiation when PSA Levels Spike After Prostate Cancer Surgery Helps Reduce Risk of Recurrence

In October, researchers reported that giving salvage radiation as soon as PSA is detected could substantially reduce the risk of... Read More