Busy 74-year-old Bruce Simones opts for robotic surgery to treat his prostate cancer and receives a bonus hernia repair at the same time.
Dr. Folakemi Odedina talks about the decline in the rate of cancer deaths in the U.S. and the work that still needs to be done to improve access to care for all.
Skin, breast, prostate and lung are the most commonly diagnosed cancers in the U.S. Learn how to reduce your risk.
Urologist Dr. Mitchell Humphreys explains how exercise can help men with prostate cancer improve treatment outcomes.
Dr. Matthew Tollefson explains the problems a growing prostate can cause, and why it's important to talk to your health care professional if you experience symptoms.
Radiation oncologist Dr. Carlos Vargas discusses prostate cancer screening and treatment.
Research revealed DNA sequences associated with response to abiraterone acetate to identify additional treatments for men with advanced prostate cancer resistant to standard therapies.
Dr. Julian Gundio discusses a new way of performing prostate biopsy that reduces the chance of infection to nearly zero.
Urologist Dr. Chandler Dora explains how health care providers determine if a patient can be monitored safely without further biopsies.
Planning for survivorship means having open discussions with your health care provider about the steps you need to take to care for yourself during and after prostate cancer treatment.