A new study published in the International Journal of Radiation Oncology, Biology and Physics indicates that yoga helps treat side effects for cancer. Patients with prostate cancer may have fewer side effects from radiation therapy when yoga is done twice a week.
An instructor named Yin Cao introduced his research at the meeting in American Association for Cancer Research last Monday about how aspirin lowers risk of cancer. Apparently, the long-term use of aspirin can reduce the risk of dying from various types of cancer and possibly other diseases.
A trial for stem cell therapy on men with impotence yielded positive results.
A new study suggests that broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables can help prevent cancer or slow its progression.
Substances found in antidepressants are believed to can prevent prostate cancer from spreading to the bones.
An aggressive form of prostate cancer was cured in mice using Cabozantinib, a drug used in treating certain types of thyroid and kidney cancer.
Recent studies reveal that there is now a possible way to tell if a man’s prostate cancer will recur or kills him after being treated.
Researchers dig into treatment options to know which will work best for men diagnosed with prostate cancer.
The cancer death rate in the United States dropped by a staggering 25 percent in the past 25 years.
Cancer has taken a toll on the lives of millions of people worldwide. Now, vitamin C has been linked to the prevention and battle of cancer.
Intimacy is essential for the quality of life for every person, especially those who are still on treatment for cancer.
Medical practitioners encourage men of over 40 years old to undergo prostate cancer staging to understand the extent of the condition.
Researchers are not on the same page on recent findings that there is an increase in cases of advanced prostate cancer. The report published on Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases journal claims a staggering increase of 72 percent has been recorded in the last ten years.
Scientists have found the link between prostate cancer patients and depression.
British researchers created a non-invasive tool that can detect prostate cancer in urine.