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Prostate Cancer: When Men Should Be Screened?

September 27, 2018

When should men start getting screened for prostate cancer?

Aside from skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. Therefore, it’s important to learn some facts about prostate cancer screenings and make sure you, or the males in your life, are getting screened for prostate cancer in a timely manner.  

Early Detection of Prostate Cancer Can Provide Better Outcomes for Patients!

All men, even healthy ones, can benefit from making prostate cancer screenings part of their regular healthcare routine. Doctors sometimes recommend testing simply because of age or family history. Other times, patients have some symptoms, and their doctor may suggest a prostate cancer screening as the first step to understanding the problem. Below is some information that can help you know when it’s the right time to get screened.

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Prostate Cancer Treatment

June 14, 2017

Prostate Cancer Treatment

One in seven men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men excluding skin cancer. Men, aged 65 or older, have a family history of prostate cancer, a female relative with a BRCA positive breast cancer, or are African American, have a greater risk of being diagnosed. Though prostate cancer can be a serious and scary diagnosis, many men are not likely to die from prostate cancer.

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Prostate Cancer Risks, Signs, Symptoms and Screening

June 1, 2017

Prostate Cancer Risks, Signs, Symptoms and Screening

The risk of developing cancer in one’s life is 1 in 2 for men and 1 in 3 for women. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men after skin cancer, and is the 3rd leading cause of cancer deaths in men. Cancer screening is available to detect several types of cancer. The intent of this screening is to find and treat early stage cancers. People whose cancers are found early are more likely to survive these cancers than are those whose cancers are not found until symptoms appear. For people who have a family history of cancer, screening becomes even more important, since that population is at a higher risk of developing the disease.

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How Exercise Can Benefit Cancer Patients in Active Cancer Treatment

April 3, 2017

How Exercise Can Benefit Cancer Patients in Active Cancer Treatment

If your oncologist told you there was something safe, free, beneficial and often enjoyable you could do to improve mental and physical health while you undergo active cancer treatment, you might enthusiastically agree right away. Or, you might be skeptical. The good news is that research shows there is such an activity: Exercise!

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