Tag Archive: american cancer society

Diversity in Clinical Trials for Prostate Cancer

Men of Color are Underrepresented in Prostate Cancer Clinical Trials What exactly is a clinical trial and why are they... Read More

While Other Cancers See Declines in Diagnosis and Death Rates, Prostate Cancer Reaches Historic Highs

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE MEDIA CONTACT: Ilana Ostrin, Media Relations 202-657-2249 ilana@zerocancer.org For the second year, significant increases in diagnoses and... Read More

Habits brought on by COVID-19 pandemic may increase men’s risk for prostate cancer

One in nine men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in the United States this year, according the American Cancer... Read More

Prostate Cancer Mortality: Groups Squabble Over ACS Forecast

Every January since 1951, the American Cancer Society (ACS) has published its report card on cancer, “Cancer Facts & Figures.” The... Read More

Cancer death rates are going down. Is prostate cancer an exception?

In a time of declining death rates from cancer, prostate cancer is something of an outlier. But a nonprofit called... Read More

How We Can Solve the Increase in Prostate Cancer Deaths

Some of the largest cancer institutions may be looking at the latest facts and figures about the disease with rose-colored... Read More

BREAKING NEWS: Prostate Cancer Deaths To Hit Highest Numbers in Two Decades

Media Contact: Ilana Ostrin ilana@zerocancer.org 202-657-2249 A new report finds no improvement in diagnosis rates, and a troubling rise in... Read More