The more you know about the normal development and function of the prostate, the better you can understand how prostate cancer develops.
Prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer in America, affecting 1 in 6 men. But who is most at risk of getting prostate cancer and why?
The ultimate goal of prostate cancer prevention strategies is to prevent men from developing the disease. Unfortunately, this goal has not yet been achieved.
The question of screening is a personal and complex one. It’s important for each man to talk with his doctor about whether prostate cancer screening is right for him.
If you or someone you care about has recently been diagnosed with prostate cancer, this section will help guide you.
There is no “one size fits all” treatment for prostate cancer. You should learn as much as possible about the many treatment options available.
We typically refer to Advanced Disease as the state of prostate cancer that has grown beyond the prostate and is unlikely to be cured with surgery or radiation alone.
Mark your calendars Baltimore: September 25, 2011.
The president of Frostburg State University is joining a national panel charged with raising awareness about the dangers of binge drinking on college campuses.
Earlier this year, Maryland’s first lady teamed up with the nation’s first lady to prevent bullying in schools. Katie O’Malley continues the campaign to get more students involved.