Here are the absolute basics on testing to catch prostate cancer. Today’s guidelines for prostate cancer call for men to start screening at age 55 and continue until age 70. Prostate cancer, even when aggressive, is typically slow-growing. So the possibility that it could become fatal past the age of 70 is quite low. Still, whether you continue to screen past age 70 is completely up to you and you... Read More
Prevention & Screening: Diet
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Based on the data, here’s what we know, and don’t know, about prostate cancer and everything from sugar to red meat.
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, also known as (BPH), is an enlargement of the prostate gland and leads to frequent urination. BPH is not prostate cancer and having BPH does not lead to prostate cancer. It affects over 75 percent of men in their lifetime, and a quarter of those will likely need treatment since their symptoms will impede their daily activities. ... Read More