Active Surveillance Recommended For Prostate Cancer

A new study has found that active surveillance is preferable to surgery or radiation for low- and intermediate-risk prostate cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, in some men, such as the elderly or those with major health problems it… Continue Reading


Exercise Reduces Prostate Cancer Risk Only For Some Men

exercise may reduce the risk of prostate cancer

According to a new study, exercise may reduce the risk of prostate cancer; however, the benefits vary by age and ethnicity. Researchers affiliated with Duke University and Veterans Affairs Medical Center, both in Durham, North Carolina, published their findings online… Continue Reading