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Mediterranean Diet Cuts Type 2 Diabetes Risk in Women

Mediterranean Diet Tied to Lower Risk for Prostate Cancer Progression

Risk lower for men with newly diagnosed prostate cancer on active surveillance protocol

Higher Coffee Intake May Reduce Risk for Prostate Cancer

Pooled relative risk of 0.988 for each increment of one cup of coffee per day revealed in meta-analysis of cohort studies

Radiation Rx for Prostate Cancer Can Cause Financial Pain: Study

FDA Approves First Oral Hormone Therapy for Advanced Prostate Cancer

Phase 3 trial data show 96.7 percent of patients who received Orgovyx achieved and maintained castrate levels of testosterone

Radiation Rx for Prostate Cancer Can Cause Financial Pain: Study

Prostate Cancer Pathology Not Worse With Delayed Surgery

Delayed radical prostatectomy not linked to higher risk for adverse pathological outcomes in high-risk prostate cancer

Black Men Experience More Treatment Regret With Prostate Cancer

Higher medical mistrust and concerns about masculinity may contribute to regret

Panel Recommends Against Approval of Experimental Drug for Alzheimer Disease

FDA Approves Drug for PET Imaging of Prostate Cancer

Approval of Gallium 68 PSMA-11 provides new imaging approach to detect prostate cancer metastasis or recurrence

Prognosis Good With Negative Biopsy in Active Surveillance

Negative biopsies during active surveillance for low-risk prostate cancer tied to more favorable outcomes

Cardiorespiratory Fitness Reduced With Prolonged ADT in Prostate Cancer

Increased cardiovascular mortality also seen with prolonged androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer

B 11/23 -- 'Hidden' Prostate Cancer on Biopsy Usually Means Good Outcome: Study

Biopsy Reclassification Risk in Prostate Cancer Examined

Gleason grade, prostate-specific antigen velocity, and imaging markers predict cancer spread

'Watch and Wait' Feasible for Some Rectal Cancer Patients

Higher Health Literacy Linked to Odds of PSA Screening

However, patients with higher health literacy less likely to undergo PSA screening in the presence of shared decision-making