Boston, Jun 16 (PTI) Men suffering from prostate cancer who eat nuts such as almonds, walnuts, cashews and macadamias five or more times a week after diagnosis have a significantly lower risk of mortality than those who consume nuts less than once a month, a new study has claimed. Read more  read more →

Surgery to remove the prostate is not a decision to be taken lightly, but when patients have an aggressive form of prostate cancer, a more aggressive approach often needs to be considered: It can save their lives. Read more read more →

CLEVELAND – A groundbreaking trial is now underway at University Hospitals in Cleveland, and it could change the future of prostate cancer treatment. Read more read more →

Major League Baseball will celebrate Father’s Day for the first time in style. All teams will be wearing specially designed uniforms and caps that incorporate light blue into their regular logos as a promotion to attack prostate cancer, which affects a estimated 3 million American men. Read more  read more →

Researchers are shedding new light on why cancer is often a different disease for men than it is for women. Read more  read more →