Prostate cancer can be treated with either traditional or alternative options.
A cutting-edge, radioisotope scanning technology is giving clinicians a new diagnostic weapon.
The removal of tissue for examination has limitations. A simpler form of diagnosis could help.
A study suggests potential risks with ADT, a common therapy for prostate cancer.
ADT can help shrink prostate cancer tumors, but it can also affect your sex drive.

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Understanding radiation therapy versus prostatectomy is the first step toward the best decision.
If the disease comes back, your treatment might depend on the initial therapy.
Psychiatric support can play a large role in positive outcomes for patients.
Minimally invasive and multifaceted, this approach can be more efficient than others.
When it comes to prostate cancer, is less actually more?
New analysis yields powerful insights by fusing trial data on radiation and hormonal therapy.
A new U.K. study creates an algorithm that may help to more precisely target at-risk men.
Most men experience some erectile difficulty during the first year; others face a longer road.
Brachytherapy uses radioactive pellets implanted in the tumor to treat prostate cancer.
Researchers hope the 'competition' yields results for technology that could hone diagnosis.