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Prostate cancer discriminates. It does not affect all men equally, and at highest risk are men with a family history of prostate cancer and men of African descent.
In some..Read More
Picture, if you will, a laundromat. One of the washing machines is messed up; it stops in mid-wash cycle, and leaves your clothes all wet and soapy. Which one..Read More
If you were there at Ground Zero in New York City on 9/11, you breathed it in. If you were in one of the World Trade Center towers when..Read More
There’s so much fat in bacon grease, you can use it as a fire starter. You can also take a can of Crisco, stick a wick in it, and..Read More
You’re minding your own business and happily living your life, as most of us are when there is a diagnosis of cancer. What do you do now?
For Ric Siler,..Read More
“Getting palliative care doesn’t mean you’re dying!” says Northwestern University medical oncologist and PCF-funded investigator, Alicia Morgans, M.D., M.P.H.
But a lot of patients, and their families think so; instead,..Read More
If you have been diagnosed with cancer that is contained within the prostate, you may be thinking:
“Hey, there’s just a spot of cancer that showed up on the MRI,”..Read More
Does prostate cancer make stress worse? For many men dealing with prostate cancer, the answer is a definite yes; of course it does. Having prostate cancer is worrisome –..Read More
If you’re a young man diagnosed with prostate cancer, maybe your first thought is, “Am I going to die?” And then, “What’s the best way to treat this?” And..Read More
Welcome to 2020! It’s the Chinese year of the Rat – the first in the 12-year rotation of zodiac signs, which means that this is a year of renewal. ..Read More