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The most common cancer in elderly men, prostate cancer depends on male hormones called androgens, particularly testosterone. The usual management of early disease is with surgery and/or radiotherapy....
Prostate cancer - When doing nothing may be best
When doing nothing may be best Men diagnosed with high-grade prostate cancer could live up to 10 years with no intervention, according to new research. Patients diagnosed with these aggressive cancer...
The problem with the psa test
The prostate is a walnut-sized organ that sits invisibly between the rectum and scrotum, close up against the bladder. It surrounds the urethra,
Preventing prostate problems naturally
Although prostate cancer is ultimately inevitable if you live long enough, there are many ways to delay its onset or reduce its symptoms:
The terminator illness
Doctors sell prostate cancer patients on surgery as the only way to treat the disease once and for all, but evidence is mounting that, in a high percentage of surgery cases, the cancer soon comes back...
The hard statistics
Prostate cancer seems to be ultimately unavoidable. Autopsies of men who have died of other causes show that around 40 per cent of men over the age of 50 have prostate cancer.
The synergy of pc-spes
How does PC-Spes work? A number of laboratories have tackled the problem, testing the herbal formula on prostate cancer cell cultures and mice
The killer cure
Inaccurate screening tests and scalpel-happy surgeons could be inflating the real number of cases in this so-called epidemic and leaving many people worse off than before. ...
MRI will not diagnose prostate cancer
Ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) are not sensitive nor accurate enough technologies to diagnose early cancer of the prostate.
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