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Check out this video to learn more about this imaging technique from the doctor who helped to develop the procedure.
One of the greatest challenges—or gambles—in deciding when to start salvage radiation therapy is the timing.
Recently, I took my scheduled six-month PSA test and saw results that officially place me in the category of biochemical recurrence.
Young Black men who received PSA testing more often were 40% less likely to be diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer.
For the last month or two, I notice that I’ve been getting up multiple times to drain my bladder. This has negatively affected my sleep.
Last month’s bump up in my surprise PSA test hasn’t fazed me at all. It is what it is. Move on. Maybe that’s a mistake.
States with greater decreases in prostate cancer screening saw more diagnoses of metastatic cancer.
If you’re wondering how the hell I had a surprise PSA test and didn’t I feel the needle going into my arm, yes, I did. Let me explain.
I tried arranging a tele-appointment with the doctor, but that didn’t happen, so I had to go into the office for a visit.
When my first detectable PSA test came in five years ago, I was even more terrified and panicked than when I was initially diagnosed.
An unexpected conversation about my PSA test results, and my long overdue vacation trip to Utah’s national parks.
The NBC anchor revealed his early-stage yet aggressive cancer diagnosis on air to encourage men, especially Black men, to get screened.
A new podcast explores what it’s really like to have this common disease.
The “Iron Man” is speaking out to encourage others to get regularly screened.
I talked with Freddie Muse, Jr. to learn more about disparities in health care for Black men.
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