|Why the PSA Test Controversy?|
Presenter: Thomas W. Jarrett, MD, Chairman of Urology, George Washington University Hospital.
|Separate PSA Test Guidelines for High Risk and Average Risk Men Needed|
Prostate cancer early detection testing using the PSA test is one of the most controversial subject in medicine today...
|Prostate Tops List of Most Inheritable Cancers|
The estimated heritability of prostate cancer — the degree to which genes contribute to risk — was 58% which is the highest for any malignancy studied
|PHEN Consensus Statement on PSA Testing for African American Men is Released|
With the objective of providing clearer guidance on PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) testing for the men most at risk for being diagnosed with and dying from prostate cancer, the Prostate Health Education Network (PHEN) has released its “Consensus Statement on PSA Testing for African American Men for the Early Detection of Prostate Cancer.” ...
|Video Presentation- |
PHEN's October Webcast presented "Active Surveillance: To Treat or Not To Treat Prostate Cancer." Guest Presenters: Dr. H. Ballentine Carter and Dr. Edward M. Schaeffer, of Johns Hopkins Medical Institute in Baltimore, MD.
|PHEN Releases Guidance for Early Detection and PSA Test|
|Eating Fish Among Habits to Cut Prostate-Cancer Risk|
A set of six healthy habits, including eating more tomatoes and less processed red meat, helped men reduce their risk of dying from prostate cancer, a study found.
|Usual 'Hot Flash' Therapies Don't Help Prostate Cancer Patients: Study|
|Coffee May Put Prostate Cancer to Sleep |
|Feds add prostate cancer to list of 9/11 health-related conditions |
|Clinical trial by Moffitt to reduce risk of prostate cancer in black men|
|Metformin Boosts Survival in Men With Diabetes, Prostate Cancer |