Lifestyle, diet, exercise, and cancer

The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) has recently issued a new “booklet” (it’s about 90 pages in length) entitled, The Science of Living Well, Beyond Cancer. … READ MORE …

Vigorous exercise and prostate cancer risk

A new study just published in European Urology appears to have confirmed a connection between regular, vigorous exercise (in men of 45 to 75 years of age) and a reduced risk for aggressive (i.e., advanced and lethal) forms of prostate cancer. … READ MORE …

But can exercise lower risk for prostate cancer diagnosis or progression?

In an incidentally timely manner, the May issue of Annals of Oncology carries a systematic review and meta-analysis of data on physical activity and risk for prostate cancer. … READ MORE …

Exercise, diet, cancer care, and quality of life

Early in May this year, the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia (COSA) issued a formal statement about the importance of exercise in the management of all types of cancer. … READ MORE …

Let’s prove the obvious all over again

Once again your sitemaster finds himself flabbergasted at just how often we need to repeat similar experiments to prove the obvious. … READ MORE …

Exercise alone: no evidence that this can lower prostate cancer risk

It should come as no great surprise to anyone that one’s level of physical activity is not necessarily linked, on its own, to one’s risk for diagnosis with prostate cancer. … READ MORE …

Radiation-induced fatigue and prostate cancer management

One of the annoyances associated with radiation treatments given over a long duration (for prostate cancer and for other reasons) is a growing feeling of fatigue. … READ MORE …