Prostate Cancer
Prostate Cancer
Lou PorteroProstate Cancer | November 20, 2023
Asian PCa patients had longer median overall survival than White patients.
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Tamara ThomasProstate Cancer | October 12, 2023
Approximately 30% - 40% of the variation in PSA is "noise" that isn't cancerous but determined by genetics.
Tamara ThomasProstate Cancer | August 16, 2023
Black individuals are more likely to believe videos about prostate cancer when Black physicians or patients present it.
Tamara ThomasProstate Cancer | July 31, 2023
Men with a BMI of 30 or higher were less likely to screen positive for either the PSA test or DRE.
Tamara ThomasProstate Cancer | July 27, 2023
American Indian and Alaska Native men are less likely to get PSA testing and DREs for prostate cancer screening.
Tamara ThomasProstate Cancer | July 20, 2023
Studies have found that men of African ancestry die from prostate cancer more frequently than others.
Tamara ThomasCancer | April 22, 2023
An increase in advanced-stage cancer diagnoses with a decline in PSA testing.
Patrick DalyProstate Cancer | March 14, 2023
Researchers found 9 novel prostate cancer risk genetic loci, 7 of which were more specific to men of African ancestry.
Lou PorteroCancer | January 2, 2023
"Waiting for urinary symptoms may mean missing opportunities to catch (prostate cancer) when it's treatable." 
Lou PorteroCancer | December 14, 2022
A study shows differences in gut microbiome of prostate cancer patients compared to those with benign biopsies.
Lou PorteroProstate Cancer | October 2, 2022
Prostate cancer is a silent killer in South Africa, and a system is needed to include Africans in the genomic revolution.
Lou PorteroProstate Cancer | August 31, 2022
The retrospective cohort study, published online in The Aging Male, examined the risk in over 13,000 patients.
Lou PorteroProstate Cancer | August 18, 2022
Both black and white men with prostate cancer show decreased risk of prostate cancer-specific mortality (PCSM) due to ...
Urban Health Today EditorsProstate Cancer | April 23, 2022
Prostate cancer development and progression are associated with increased infiltrating macrophages.
Urban Health Today EditorsProstate Cancer | March 23, 2022
Autophagy can affect the response of prostate cancer cells to therapy such as chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
Lou PorteroProstate Cancer | March 8, 2022
Patients living with prostate cancer may not be in as much danger as assumed. It is common knowledge that prostate ...
Lou PorteroProstate Cancer | February 23, 2022
Black and Hispanic patients remain underrepresented in cancer trials despite increased participation in recent years. ...
Lou PorteroProstate Cancer | January 12, 2022
Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men. Commonly observed symptoms after treatment include urinary ...
Urban Health Today EditorsProstate Cancer | June 24, 2021
A study presented during the 2021 ASCO Annual Meeting observed county-level racial disparities in access to prostate ...
Lou PorteroProstate Cancer | June 2, 2021
A study published in the journal Nature Communications revealed that higher levels of a specific immune cell type make ...
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