Dealing With Prostate Cancer

If you have been diagnosed with prostate cancer, you know how difficult it may be to treat and how few long-term results are. When treated with conventional oncology, stage four prostate cancer has a five-year survival rate that is notoriously poor. Patients diagnosed with prostate cancer early and surgically removed may still have increased PSA [...]

Prostate Cancer Awareness is Necessary to Save Lives

According to the Mayo Clinic, prostate cancer is one of the most common types of cancer. It can grow slowly or aggressively, or there may be no signs or symptoms in its early stages. Doctors are not entirely sure of what causes it, but it does begin with irregularities in a cell's DNA. It's essential [...]

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