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 …

Memory, thinking, concentration, and ADT for prostate cancer

An ongoing study, funded by the American Cancer Society, has been approved by the Mount Sinai Institutional Review Board here in the USA, and relates specifically to men receiving androgen deprivation therapy (ADT, also known as “hormone” therapy) for prostate cancer. It may be of particular interest to men on long-term ADT. … READ MORE …

Lycopene and prostate cancer prevention in African American men

Over the years there has been much noise and little good data regarding the effects of lycopene in the prevention of prostate cancer. Indeed, all we can really say today is that there is an association between eating tomato-based products and a reduced risk for prostate cancer. … READ MORE …