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Researchers create detailed 3D maps of tumors that should yield better treatment.
Research finds more vegetables, fruit and whole grains may reduce incidence by 22 percent.
The World Cup champion, who recently died at 82, dedicated many years to raising ED awareness.
Rectal operations can damage nerves in parts of the body that control erectile function.
Men who eat the least whole foods are 30 percent more likely to develop the disease, study says.
New research supports earlier colonoscopies to reduce colorectal cancer risk.
Less invasive than the traditional method, the screening procedure still has pros and cons.
Screening guidelines have changed, and timing can make all the difference in detecting cancer.
Getting tested five years earlier could make a difference in detection, treatment and survival.
This isn't just your grandfather's disease—prevention can begin no matter how young you are.