prostate cancer

Most men who undergo radical prostatectomy can skip adjuvant radiotherapy and can be followed with observation alone. They can undergo early salvage radiotherapy if the disease shows sign of progressing, say experts reporting results from three similar clinical trials. This approach would allow most men to avoid radiotherapy and its side effects altogether, the investigators
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  A recent study published in the British Journal of Nutrition examined whether added sugars can affect prostate cancer risk. Little information is known about how increased added sugars in the diet affects the development of prostate cancer. We do know that chronic inflammation and prostate cancer are linked, therefore substances that increase inflammation need
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There is no single best way to prevent prostate cancer, but several natural methods can help. These include maintaining a healthful weight, exercising, and eating plenty of fruits and vegetables. After skin cancer, prostate cancer is the type most common among American men, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). For the
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A new form of radiotherapy may significantly improve survival for people with prostate cancer. A new clinical trial shows the benefits of an innovative form of radiation therapy, which delivers the radiation in only five sessions instead of the usual 37. The National Cancer Institute (NCI) estimate that prostate cancer affects over 160,000 people in
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