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A new drug could help men with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer live longer.
A new study suggests Black men may benefit from earlier, more frequent PSA screenings.
Research findings could lead to a more personalized alternative treatment for prostate cancer.
It's an effective cancer treatment option, but there can be serious risks and side effects.
There's lots of information about prostate cancer. Don't believe everything you read.
Some studies link ejaculation frequency to the likelihood of developing prostate cancer.
Urologist Neil Baum, M.D., provides expert advice for the partners of men with prostate cancer.
The oft-dreaded procedure might not be as bad as you think, and cancer isn't always the outcome.
Medical guidelines recommend against screening for older men, but nuance is required.
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