Researchers Look To Gold To Help Combat Prostate CancerWe're used to seeing gold in our jewelry, but what about in medicine? More specifically -- cancer medicine.
Gel Could Protect Prostate Cancer Patients From Side Effects Of RadiationThere was good news Monday, for the hundreds of thousands of men trying to decide which treatment to undergo after a diagnosis of prostate cancer.
Experts Divided Over New Prostate Cancer Screening RecommendationsProstate cancer mortality dropped nearly 40 percent over the last decade, which many medical professionals attribute largely to early detection with the PSA blood test.
Tiny Bits Of Gold Could Hold Key To Treating Prostate Cancer Without The Side EffectsWhat do tiny bits of gold and laser beams have in common? Combined they are the latest technique for treating prostate cancer.
Ben Stiller Opens Up On Battle With Prostate Cancer, Credits PSA Test For Saving LifeBen Stiller has revealed that he battled prostate cancer in 2014, and he credits the test that diagnosed the cancer with saving his life.
Advanced, Incurable Prostate Cancer Is On The Rise – Experts Are Trying To Figure Out WhyThere has been an alarming spike in the number of men diagnosed with advanced or incurable prostate cancer.
Livingston, NJ Salon Raises Awareness For 'Movember'It’s the first day of November, also known as “Movember.”
WFAN's Ed Randall Stresses Importance Of Prostate Cancer ScreeningsRandall, a prostate cancer survivor and founder of Ed Randall's Fans for the Cure, said his organization had a table at 172 baseball games this season with volunteers distributing "life-saving material."
Retired Urologist Calls On Men To Get Tested For Prostate CancerA Connecticut urologist has retired from the practice, but not from his effort to help protect men from prostate cancer.
WFAN's Ed Randall Continues Campaign As Prostate Cancer Awareness Month BeginsEd Randall's "Fans For The Cure" has been out in force all summer at minor league ballparks.
Study: 9/11 Responders Have Higher Cancer RiskAmong nearly 21,000 rescue and recovery workers, the overall cancer rate is 15 percent higher than the general population, according to a new study.