A decades-long study finds that many prostate cancer patients can delay aggressive treatments and instead receive "active surveillance."
In a new look at a previous study that had to end early because of disappointing results, researchers find that selenium and vitamin E supplements may almost double men's risk of prostate cancer.
Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney was treated for prostate cancer last summer, according to news reports.
For men approaching 50 years old, deciding whether or not to be screened for prostate cancer can be confusing.
The number of PSA tests ordered in the U.S. to screen men for prostate cancer hasn't changed in recent years, despite new guidelines.
Actor Ben Stiller is crediting a prostate cancer screening test for saving his life. But should men get the test?
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