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"The incidence of prostate cancer is over 60 percent higher in African-American men compared to white men, and in terms of mortality, it's 150 percent higher," says Thomas Farrington.
In a survey of nearly 1,200 men who have prostate cancer, more than half indicated that preserving sexual function was "very important" to them.
Quality of Life is better after modern radiotherapy compared with surgery according to recent studies.
High-risk prostate cancer (PCa) is well defined, but opinions vary on whether radical prostatectomy or radiation therapy is the best treatment approach.
U.S. veterans help shed light on link between dropping pounds and slowing progression of the disease
All presentations from PHEN's 2017 Summit program are available via videos...
Thomas A. Farrington, was presented with the Congressional Black Caucus Leadership Award by Congressman Gregory Meeks (NY) at PHEN's 13th Annual Summit.