A small eastern Caribbean island with a population of under 300,000 has one of the highest rates of prostate cancer worldwide. Now private donors are stepping up to help fight the disease. Continue reading “The Tiny Island Where PSA Testing Is Growing”
New research suggests three cups of coffee a day can help protect against prostate cancer, but there’s a catch…. Continue reading “How To Protect Your Prostate: Drink More Coffee?”
With all the recent changes in recommendations surrounding prostate cancer screening, it can be helpful to read a simple breakdown of the pros and cons. Queens Gazette gives a short, easy-to-read guide today. Continue reading “Understanding The Risks & Benefits of PSA Testing”
A new study by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center finds that incidence of prostate cancer is 60 percent higher among black men in the United States than among white men, and that prostate cancers in black men also tend to progress faster than in white men.
The findings were published online April 24 in the journal Cancer. Continue reading “Researchers: Prostate cancer screening should start earlier for black men”
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force just made an important change to their guidelines.
If you’re 55 or older, have you had a discussion about a PSA test with your doctor? Because the U.S. Preventive Services Task Forces says you should. Here’s why… Continue reading “Prostate cancer screening now recommended”
1 in 7 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. Here’s what you can to avoid being a statistic.