Men who experience high levels of anxiety and emotional distress over a prostate cancer diagnosis are more likely to choose unnecessary treatment options, Men who experience high levels of anxiety and emotional distress over a prostate cancer diagnosis are more likely to choose unnecessary treatment options,.
Physically active men may improve their prostate cancer prognosis
There are various treatments involved in beating back a prostate cancer diagnosis. Sometimes a man may feel that he is at the mercy of his doctor recommending treatments that can be worrisome, possibly resulting in long-term side effects. However
Anxiety after prostate cancer diagnosis may motivate men to choose aggressive treatment, study reports
The anxiety many men experience after being diagnosed with prostate cancer may lead them to choose potentially unnecessary treatment options, researchers from the University at Buffalo and Roswell Park Cancer Institute report in a new study. "Emotional
Study Finds New Way to Pinpoint Dangerous Prostate Cancer
Now doctors can act. There are many drugs that prostate cancer patients can get, but they're almost never given until the cancer's come back and started causing symptoms. “You know that person not only has residual prostate cancer, but the type of