Tag Archive: Chemotherapy

Breaking the Unwritten Rule

There’s an unwritten rule in the Hispanic/Latin community to not talk about “it”. Whether it’s a general illness, preventative care,... Read More

Delaying Cancer Care Costs Lives

Even as the coronavirus pandemic has postponed the delivery of many kinds of health care, a new study suggests that... Read More

Are the Odds in Your Favor?

Most men don’t ever expect to say ‘I have prostate cancer’ but 1 in 9 men will be diagnosed with... Read More

New Website Educates Prostate Cancer Community about Chemotherapy

Prostate cancer advocacy organizations ZERO, Us TOO International and Prostate Conditions Education Council announce the launch of an educational website... Read More

Precision Incisions: Minimally Invasive Techniques in Genitourinary Cancer

There was a time when open surgery was a given for certain genitourinary (GU) cancers — those of the bladder,... Read More

Bone Health Essentials: Follow-Up After Breast and Prostate Cancer

For patients with cancer who received hormone-disrupting chemotherapy, improved long-term survival has come with a catch: decreased bone mineral density... Read More

Prostate cancer breakthrough: New treatment to ‘seek and destroy’ tumors could extend lives of thousands of patients

A radical ‘seek and destroy’ treatment could extend the lives of thousands of men with advanced prostate cancer. The approach... Read More

I’ve Been to the Mountaintop

My prostate cancer journey began October 13, 2014. It was the day after the Long Beach marathon, my 120th marathon... Read More

Dispelling Six Myths About Prostate Cancer and Chemotherapy

Some prostate cancer patients shy away from or choose not to utilize chemotherapy. Their hesitation may result from an outdated... Read More