Prostate Cancer Canada is encouraging men to get tested for the potentially deadly disease with a bold campaign that references historical and fictional characters in the form of latex gloves – yes, those donned by doctors for the often dreaded digital rectal exam meant to detect the presence of tumours in the male sex gland. Read the article here.
Canada’s particle physics laboratory TRIUMF is making a push to be a future world leader in the production of a special radioactive isotope nicknamed the “rarest drug on Earth,” which can deliver devastating amounts of energy to single cancer cells, without harming nearby tissue. Read the article here.
Developing prostate cancer is incredibly common, which means you should know the best (and easiest) ways to lower your risk. Read the article here.
There’s a compelling new reason for men to lose weight, particularly if they are carrying a gut. A biggish gut usually means they also have a layer of white fat around their prostate and new research has shown it can affect what goes on inside the gland. Read the article here.
When Can Patients With Gleason 6 Prostate Cancer Safely Undergo Active Surveillance? A roundtable discussion. Read the article here.
Larry Goldenberg, MD demonstrated his support for using active surveillance in intermediate-risk prostate cancer. Read the article here.
Here are a few things to keep in mind when it comes to exercise in cancer care. Read the article here.
Cancer remains one of the world’s top healthcare challenges, but over the years our ability to treat the disease has dramatically improved. In fact, there is a sense that a new generation of therapies – and particularly those harnessing the power of the immune system – could dramatically extend expected survival and even effect long-term cures in patients. Read the article here.
There are seven bizarre reasons that could make men more at risk of prostate cancer. Read the article here.