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If you've been diagnosed with cancer, knowing what to expect can lower your stress level. Use these 11 suggestions to learn more about your diagnosis, and improve resilience and coping skills.
According to the American Cancer Society, 1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. Here are 5 things you should know about prostate cancer and prostate specific antigen (PSA) tests.
If you've been diagnosed with benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), it's time for you and your provider to talk about treatment options.
Most men will experience benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) as they age. Get the basics about this noncancerous condition.
Ralph Mehr was in 'utter misery' and anxious for answers. Then he found a care team who understood and offered a new laser prostate surgery option.
HoLEP is a minimally invasive laser procedure to treat an enlarged prostate. Learn about it's benefits, including fast recovery and no hospital stay.
Cancer can affect more than physical health. The emotional side can affect the ability to cope and stick to a treatment plan. Get 7 tips on how to improve your emotional well-being as a cancer patient or caregiver.
Mark Skrien has a family history of prostate cancer. So he wasn't surprised in February when lab results showed that his prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test, a cancer screening test that looks for signs of prostate cancer, was high.
Some fear of cancer recurrence is normal, but excessive fear can lead to decreased quality of life. Here's how you can manage your fear.
Steve Larson began developing symptoms of what he thought was a hernia. The pain subsided, so he didn’t immediately get it evaluated, but when the discomfort in his groin area returned, he knew it was time to see a doctor.
Hair loss is a common side effect of chemotherapy which can greatly contribute to your stress and anxiety. However, a new treatment called scalp cooling therapy is helping many patients keep most of their hair.
Cancer care doesn’t end just because treatment is done. Life doesn’t immediately go back to normal because you are done with radiation or chemotherapy. It's important to address the needs of cancer survivors with a survivorship care plan.