Be fully Informed Before Undergoing Prostate Treatment Recommends UCLA Study

Prostate cancer is currently the most commonly diagnosed solid organ tumor type among men in the US; each year an estimated 233,000 new arise and 29,480 deaths from the disease occurred in 2014. A new study by UCLA Jonsson Comprehensive… Continue Reading


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


Fight Prostate Cancer With Low-Fat Fish Oil Diet

Cancer research is ongoing at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. In addition to testing new drug therapies, the researchers are investigating dietary factors to combat deadly cancers. Their latest study involved investigating the benefits of a low-fat fish oil diet… Continue Reading


Is Circumcision Linked To Lower Prostate Cancer Risk?

To circumcise or not to is a debate that has been raging for quite a while. Proponents of circumcision argue that it helps improve genital hygiene, improve sexual gratification as well as is the norm in most societies. Dissidents of… Continue Reading


Prostate Cancer Risk Factors, Study Report & Treatment in India

PROSTATE CANCER RISK FACTOR SURPRISE FIND Hair loss halves prostate cancer risk, says study Here’s some good news for bald men at last — hair loss almost halves the risk of developing prostate cancer, says a new study. An international… Continue Reading