The dreaded finger exam to check for prostate cancer used to be a mainstay of check-ups for older men. With its value now in question, some doctors share the risks and benefits with their patients and let them decide. So, should they or shouldn’t they? Read more  read more →

06 Sep 2016
September 6, 2016

Prostate Cancer: Stories of Survival

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September is prostate cancer awareness month. Just as many men are diagnosed with prostate cancer as women are with breast cancer. Read more read more →

Greetings Syracuse, I am Dr. Tom Arno; a Jamesville-DeWitt graduate, class of 1970. I write as not only a retired cardiologist, but also a cancer patient with the second most common cancer in the USA; prostate. Read more read more →

Androgen-deprivation therapy (ADT) can be associated with significant psychological effects in patients with prostate cancer.  Read more read more →

Robotic prostate surgery may be no more beneficial than a conventional operation, a randomized trial has found. Read more read more →