Prostate Cancer News & Features
A higher fitness level leads to decreased risk of lung and colorectal cancer for men.
Truly shared decision-making is possible only when the patient understands everything the treatment options entail, and the doctor understands the patient's personal situation and desires.
After prostate cancer diagnosis, at least five hours of non-vigorous activity or 3 hours of walking is beneficial.
Bruce W. Hollis, PhD, discusses the findings from his study on the benefits of increasing vitamin D intake in patients with prostate cancer undergoing active surveillance.
Use of single dose of fluoroquinoloneis optimal prophylaxis to reduce infectious complications in patients undergoing prostate biopsy.
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