Prostate cancer drugs aren't cheap, so if you're on such medication, you're probably looking for ways to cut the cost. Well, good news - we know one a way!
According to a new American study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology, you can boost the efficiency of your prostate cancer medication by simply taking it with food.
The investigators behind the study found that taking Zytiga (a... ››› more
A number of studies over the past few decades have shown a definitive connection between diet and a man's risk of developing prostate cancer.
“A growing number of studies show that improving nutrition along with the addition of special nutrients can dramatically reduce risk,” says Dr Russell Blaylock, a well-recognised neurologist and nutrition expert in the United States.
This means th... ››› more
In most cases, prostate cancer is treatable, plus it has strong survival rates. That's the good news. However, if prostate cancer goes undetected and spreads, it could turn into bad news.
That aside, because prostate cancer is still the most common cancer among men worldwide, researchers and doctors alike are constantly looking to discover advancements in the treatment of the disease.
Read o... ››› more
BPA, short for bisphenol A, is found in so many things that we come into contact with on a daily basis. Think cash register receipts, canned foods and drinks, water bottles and the list goes on.
But just because this synthetic compound is so common doesn't mean we shouldn't take it seriously…
In fact, recent research from the University of Illinois at Chicago in the United States shows th... ››› more
According to the National Cancer Registry, the lifetime risk for prostate cancer in men in South Africa is one in 18.
While these statistics are scary, the good news is that prostate cancer tools and treatments are becoming more advanced by the minute!
The latest tool that researchers have developed is a validated genetic tool to predict aggressive prostate cancer onset. Read on to learn al... ››› more
A beer belly doesn't only affect your self-esteem, but also your odds of developing aggressive prostate cancer. This is according to a recent study conducted by researchers at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center in the United States.
The study also found that if you're 40 years old and obese, you're at double the risk of developing the deadly disease! For the full findings, keep ... ››› more
Attention all prostate cancer patients! The results of a study published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention have revealed that when abundant, two types of fat molecules circulating in your blood - cholesterol and triglycerides - can boost your risk of cancer recurrence.
“Our findings suggest that normalization, or even partial normalisation, of serum lipid levels among men with d... ››› more
You have a higher risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer if you consume a lot of ground beef and red meat - especially if it's grilled or well-done. This is according to recent research published in the journal PloS One.
You read right - it turns out artery-clogging red meat contributes to more than heart disease. This is yet another reason to steer clear and opt for lean meats instead.... ››› more
New research has revealed that men can dramatically reduce their risk of prostate cancer after 60 by simply following healthy habits, such as following a heathy diet, exercising vigorously and not smoking.
According to lead author Stacey Kenfield, up to 50% of lethal prostate cancer cases in the United States would be prevented if all men over 60 adopted five or more healthy habits! Kenfield is... ››› more
If you're man wanting to reduce your risk of prostate cancer, you're probably wondering if you should bother popping antioxidant vitamins.
Two of the largest trials ever conducted on vitamins and cancer prevention, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, say you shouldn't…
The studies revealed that vitamins C and E and selenium won't stave off prostate cancer - or ot... ››› more
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