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Blogger Dan Zeller recommends this informative video from the Prostate Cancer Research Institute and Dr. Scholz about rising PSA.
Blogger Daniel Zeller recommends a video from Eugene Kwon, MD, about the latest updates on treatments for advanced prostate cancer.
Watch this video by Mark Scholz, MD, of the Prostate Cancer Research Institute, recommends Daniel Zeller, who also had salvage radiation.
Topics discussed include brain metastases, emerging therapies, quality of life, the melanoma standard of care and more.
Blogger Daniel Zeller shares a video by Mark Moyad, MD, MPH, on the oft-discussed link between sugar and prostate cancer.
Scientists from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society participated in a career development program for college members. Here’s what they said.
Learn about promising clinical trial results and new treatment approaches for melanoma, a serious type of skin cancer.
Blogger Daniel Zeller recommends a video in which oncologist Mark Scholz, MD, compares surgery and radiation for prostate cancer.
Actor Ryan Reynolds documented his colonoscopy in partnership with Lead From Behind to “make colon cancer famous.”
“Fox NFL Sunday” broadcaster Terry Bradshaw addressed his battle with two forms of cancer.
Daniel Zeller, who blogs about his prostate cancer, recommends a video by Mark Scholz about proton therapy, a type of radiation therapy.
Good information for prostate cancer patients with an increasing PSA after radical prostatectomy
Herself a breast cancer survivor, TV anchor Robin Roberts announced earlier this year that Amber Laign had the same cancer.
Watch six videos from the in-person Melanoma Exchange Patient Forum, including voices from cancer survivors, advocates and educators.
The ability to receive cancer care through phones and video is changing the experience. But does telehealth worsen health disparities?
It is the time of year where men grow mustaches to bring attention to the importance of getting screened for prostate cancer.
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