Before you take a medical examination, and fill out the paper work, they ask a question about whether you have a family history of cancer, therefore the risk of developing cancer increases if you have a family history with cancer, such as a parent or sibling, so even if you have a family history in… Continue reading Family history and coping with cancer patients
For illustration purposes only. It does not represent real persons or event. According to prostate cancer statistics, which are common in men, the incidence is increasing by the year, which now accounts for a large proportion of male cancer. The risk of prostate cancer increases as you get older, due to meat-based eating habits and… Continue reading The answer to the prostate cancer treatment method is immunity
As with other treatments for prostate cancer, the answer is YES for some people and unfortunately "No" for others. Each treatment — from hormone therapy to radiation to surgery/outright removal to freezing (cryotherapy) — has a different set of benefits and risks. HIFU (high-intensity focused ultrasound), a heat technique recently approved by FDA in 2015, is… Continue reading New Prostate Cancer Treatment: Non-Invasive, Radiation-Free Technique. DOES IT CURE CANCER ?
I came across this article here on Prostate.net that I found very helpful and easy to understand. The 11 risk factors associated with prostate cancer (according to the article) are summarized below: Age : More than 60% of people with prostate cancer belong to the age group of 65 or older. Ethnicity : Asian and Hispanic/Latino… Continue reading You’re MORE Likely To Develop Prostate Cancer IF You…