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 →

There are several strategies of possible ways for a man to reduce his risk of developing prostate cancer including achieving a healthy body and not smoking but food choices have been shown through research to be a very effective method of minimizing the risk even more. Read more read more →

Men with low-risk prostate cancer have a variety of treatment options because of the relatively benign nature of their disease. Among many factors that influence treatment decisions, the type of cancer center a patient visits is a key one, according to a study led by Yale researchers. Read more read more →