Why do men get prostate cancer?

The answer to this question, some 70 to 80 years after we started to see if we could answer it, is still: “We haven’t got a clue.” But every so often people come up with a new or a revised hypothesis, and it can take years to work out whether each specific hypothesis is viable. … READ MORE …

Citrate concentrations in seminal fluid and risk for prostate cancer

Another paper to be presented as a late-breaking poster at the upcoming annual meeting of the American Urological Association in San Diego suggests that citrate concentrations in seminal fluid may be a more accurate marker for prostate cancer risk than PSA levels. … READ MORE …

Do citrate levels predict risk for prostate cancer?

A Reuters report has suggested that a UK-based research team has evidence that levels of citrate in prostatic fluid offer a potentially accurate marker of risk for clinically significant prostate cancer. … READ MORE …