By Editorial Team - April 18, 2018
Being screened for Prostate Cancer can be an overwhelming and confusing process, and not knowing what to expect from your upcoming biopsy can add to those feelings of uncertainty. Upon first hearing... READ MORE

By BrianM.Green - April 13, 2018
Traditional biopsy for prostate cancer is performed by inserting thin, hollow needles into the prostate gland to collect tissue samples called cores. The needles are inserted into the prostate through the wall... READ MORE

By DianeTalbert - April 4, 2018
Being a caregiver takes over your life in some ways. It has a way of impacting your money, your family, your job, your marriage, your health, your day, your home, your over-all... READ MORE

By Nick Myers - April 3, 2018
A few articles ago, I mentioned how sex and your sexual health may change post-cancer. There can be issues including erectile dysfunction (ED), problems with libido and other psychological problems that affect... READ MORE

By Nick Myers - March 20, 2018
I decided to write an article about HIV and Prostate Cancer (PC). I was having a discussion with a colleague, when she asked me about the incidence of prostate cancer among males... READ MORE

By Nick Myers - March 13, 2018
Lately, I’ve been reading a lot more about the dreaded DRE – Digital Rectal Exam.  While I understand that guys feel uncomfortable with the exam and some doctors say, it’s not necessary,... READ MORE

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