According to a new study, turmeric, apples and grapes could hold key to preventing and treating one of the most common cancers.
Simply consuming fruits, vegetables, and whole grains might not sufficiently protect men from aggressive prostate cancer. (PCa)
New research shows that prostate cancer (PCa) mortality risk is lower after radical prostatectomy compared with radiotherapy, but the difference in risk is much smaller than found in previous studies.
A blood test may one day replace tumor tissue sampling for patients with prostate cancer.
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Delivering radiation in a shorter time frame significantly reduced the chance of prostate cancer returning in men with an intermediate-risk form of the disease, a study found
Safety study into treatment of mCRPC patients with Xtandi found therapy does not increase seizure rates.