OMG … as if it wasn’t bad enough to have the acne in the first place … !

Just in case most of our readers are so old that they have forgotten … severe acne is one of the traumatizing events of male (and female) adolescence. I mean, “Duh. Whose gonna wanna to date me when … READ MORE …

Anticoagulation therapy and prostate cancer prevention

Today’s “hot news story” in the cancer world is that a very widely used drug called warfarin (often still known as Coumadin) may be able to protect people from  the risks of getting diagnosed with at least some cancers. But … READ MORE …

Testosterone replacement therapy and prostate cancer risk

A new article in the Journal of Clinical Oncology has further undermined the long-held belief that there was an inherently increased risk for prostate cancer among men who received treatment with testosterone replacement therapy (TRT) for low testosterone levels. … READ MORE …

Of statins and the prevention and treatment of prostate cancer

The question of whether or not to take a statin to either prevent or actually help in the treatment of prostate cancer has potentially just become moot for many men in America … thanks to new guidance from the US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF). … READ MORE …

Statins in the prevention and management of prostate cancer: an update

A recent review article in the journal Nature Reviews: Urology has concluded that, while we are learning a lot more about the potential role(s) of statins in the prevention and management of prostate cancer, we still have no definitive evidence of their value. … READ MORE …

Saturated and unsaturated dietary fats and risk for aggressive prostate cancer

A newly published article in Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases has (potentially) expanded our understanding of the role of saturated fats in men’s diets and consequent risk for diagnosis with aggressive forms of prostate cancer. … READ MORE …

Obesity and risk for diagnosis with prostate cancer

A new report from the International Agency Research on Cancer (IARC) Handbook Working Group has concluded that there is a definitive link between “body fatness”  and increased risk for diagnosis with 13 different types of cancer — but prostate cancer is not on that list. … READ MORE …