Prostate Cancer: Easing Stress
WebMD provides you with tips for reducing and managing stress when dealing with prostate cancer.
Prostate Cancer: Dealing with Fatigue
Fatigue -- sometimes debilitating - is a common side effect of prostate cancer and prostate cancer treatment. Learn more from WebMD about coping with fatigue during and after treatment.
Prostate Cancer: Laparoscopic Prostate Surgery
Learn more from WebMD about laparoscopic prostate surgery, including who is eligible, how to prepare, and how the procedure is done.
Prostate Cancer: Eating Right
Maintaining a healthy diet is key when you are undergoing treatment for prostate cancer. Learn more from WebMD about what your body needs to boost your energy and combat treatment side effects.
Prostate Cancer Clinical Trials
WebMD explains where and how to participate in a clinical trial for a new prostate cancer treatment.
Cryotherapy for Prostate Cancer Treatment
WebMD explains cryotherapy, a treatment for recurring prostate cancer that involves freezing and killing cancer cells.
Coping With Prostate Cancer
WebMD helps you navigate the practical and emotional aspects of dealing with a prostate cancer diagnosis.
Alternative Treatments for Prostate Cancer
WebMD examines alternative remedies for the prevention and treatment of prostate cancer, including the bark of the African plum tree, lycopene, pomegranate juice, and saw palmetto berry.
Advanced Prostate Cancer: Frequently Asked Questions
WebMD answers frequently asked questions about advanced prostate cancer, offering a comprehensive look at the newest treatments.
Prostate Cancer, Nutrition, and Dietary Supplements (PDQ®): Complementary and alternative medicine - Patient Information [NCI] - General CAM Information
Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM)—also referred to as integrative medicine—includes a broad range of healing philosophies, approaches, and therapies. A therapy is generally called complementary when it is used in addition to conventional treatments; it is often called alternative when it is used instead of conventional treatment. (Conventional treatments are those that are widely accepted and practiced by the mainstream medical community.) Depending on how they are used, some therapies can be considered either complementary or alternative. Complementary and alternative therapies are used in an effort to prevent illness, reduce stress, prevent or reduce side effects and symptoms, or control or cure disease. Unlike conventional treatments for cancer, complementary and alternative therapies are often not covered by insurance companies. Patients should check with their insurance provider to find out about coverage for complementary and alternative therapies. Cancer patients