When Harvey Singer’s prostate cancer was supposedly in remission, he noticed something alarming in his blood tests. Here’s why men should learn from his example.
Should more Ashkenazi women get tested for the cancer-causing BRCA gene? Subsidized screenings are available for all — but doctors are divided on whether that’s the right approach.
A new study from Canada indicates a possible connection between male circumcision and a lower likelihood of prostate cancer.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew will have an outpatient surgical procedure in New York on Tuesday for treatment of a benign enlarged prostate, the Treasury Department said on Sunday.
If men can toss their razors for a month for the sake of Cancer prevention and research, then why shouldn’t women toss theirs, as well?
JEWISH GENETICS: Many Jewish men have a BRCA mutation, which is linked to prostate cancer risks. But is the PSA test risky?