Advancements in prostate cancer treatments and living a healthy lifestyle could help save lives

It may not be pleasant to talk about it, but prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer among men in the U.S., aside from skin cancer, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). And within a lifetime, men have a 1 in 7 chance of developing this type of cancer. And although …

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Prostate Cancer Diagnosis: 5 Ways to Keep Your Eyes on the Prize

The differences between men and women are vast, that we can all agree on. But the differences between the sexes are never more Women tend to rally around each other for support. Our gender has even been known to start entire organizations in support of a friend or family member who is battling cancer, i.e. …

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Back in the Saddle Again: Reigniting Intimacy After Prostate Cancer

The day I was diagnosed with prostate cancer back in 2003 I asked my wife of 25 years, Charlotte, what scared her most about the disease. “That you’ll die,” she said. “What scares you?” she asked. “That I’ll live and our sex life will die!” I said. Like a lot of men, I mistakenly believed …

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4 Things Every Woman Should Know About Prostate Cancer

The day after I was diagnosed with prostate cancer, my wife Charlotte, summed it up this way: “It’s about the worse disease a man can get.” “No,” I said, correcting her without missing a beat. “It’s not about the worst disease a man can get. It is the worst disease a man can get.” You’ll have to forgive …

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