Understanding prostate cancer, the most common cancer in American men

June 29, 2018

“You don’t want to do prostate cancer screening” says my primary care provider. “After all, you don’t die from prostate cancer; you die with prostate cancer.” This occurred as part of an important conversation that men-of-a-certain-age need to have with their primary care providers. His counsel (actually, strong opinion!) was well-intentioned but not wholly... Read More

November 2, 2017

Every year almost 180,000 American men are diagnosed with prostate cancer and at least 26,000 die from the disease, making it one of the most common and deadly cancers among men.¹ But when prostate cancer is diagnosed and treated early,... Read More

November 30, 2016

by Taylor Sittler, co-founder and chief scientific officer New studies suggest a man’s risk of prostate cancer may be heavily influenced by specific genetic changes, called mutations, previously linked to breast and ovarian cancer... Read More

November 11, 2016

About 1 in every 7 men in the US will develop prostate cancer in his lifetime. While most prostate cancers grow slowly, some can grow and spread quickly. There are a number of things you can do to be proactive about your risk. What can... Read More