Prostate cancer cells usually grow very slowly. But sometimes, they can spread to healthy tissues.
During a biopsy, your doctor takes a small piece of tissue for testing. Your Gleason score is a number based on the biopsy results.
Prostate cancer cells need testosterone to grow, so the idea is to block the production of that male hormone. Here’s how it works.
Find out how it works and whether it might be right for you.
Safe exercise during and after treatment can improve your strength, stamina, and mood. Here's how to get started.
Being an advocate for yourself means taking an active role in your care.
Learn how to ask for support -- whether emotional or on a practical level -- when you need it.
What’s the difference between localized prostate cancer and the metastatic stage? What are the different types, and where do the diseased cells spread?
Everything from naps to ice packs to playing golf can help you feel better as you go through advanced prostate cancer treatment.
When prostate cancer spreads, you're more likely to have complications. Here's what to watch out for.
In a clinical trial, you may try new drugs for prostate cancer. This could help your health – or that of other men in the future.
So many things run through your mind when you’re first diagnosed with prostate cancer. Here’s how to have a heart-to-heart conversation with your doctor about treatment.
There's no one diet that's best for prostate cancer. But healthy eating habits can make a difference in your condition.
A urologist weighs in on the impact cancer treatment can have on both a patient and their partner’s romantic life.
A urologist weighs in on a common side effect of prostate cancer treatment, urinary incontinence.
Living with advanced prostate cancer can lead to self-doubt about your role in your family and the world. But these things can help.