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Prostate Cancer

The prostate is a small walnut shaped gland in the pelvis of men. It is located next to the bladder and can be examined by getting a digital rectal exam. Prostate cancer is a form of cancer that develops in the prostate gland. It is the second-leading cause of cancer deaths for men in the U.S. About 1 in 9 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime. This year, nearly 191,000 men ...

Prostate Cancer Poster

A poster with facts and figures on Prostate Cancer.

Prostate Cancer Poster

A poster with facts and figures on prostate cancer.

Localized Prostate Cancer

How to diagnose, screen, treat and manage localized prostate cancer, including a patient perspective.

Advanced Prostate Cancer

How to diagnose, screen, treat and manage advanced prostate cancer, including a patient perspective.

Advanced Prostate Cancer

People can mean a lot of different things when they say they have "advanced" prostate cancer. They can mean that their prostate cancer has spread outside of the prostate but only to tissue near the prostate (like seminal vesicles). Prostate cancer that has not spread far can be called "locally advanced prostate cancer." If you have localized or "locally advanced" prostate cancer, there are other t...

Prostate Cancer Info Center

It's time to gear up for Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Make a pit stop here where you can easily access our most popular resources on prostate cancer symptoms, diagnosis, stages, treatment and more. Prostate Cancer Resources Prostate Health Playbook Prostate Cancer Patient Guide Prostate Cancer Screening Fact Sheet Su Plan de Cuidado para la Salud de la Próstata ...

Voices of Prostate Cancer Video

Survivors talk about their journey with prostate cancer. This disease will hit 1 in 7 men

What is Advanced Prostate Cancer?

Prostate cancer is categorized into 4 stages. Throughout your prostate cancer journey, it is worthy to know about the different treatment options available for each. The 4 Stages of Prostate Cancer Stage 1 The tumor in the prostate is so small, it is only visible with a microscope Stage 2 The tumor has grown bigger inside the prostate, but not to nearby tissues Stage 3 The cancer has spread outsid...

PSA Testing for Prostate Cancer

Dr. John Lynch of MedStar Georgetown University Hospital discusses what patients and their loved ones should know about Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) testing for Prostate Cancer.

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