Diet, nutrition, and primary and secondary prostate cancer prevention

Primary prostate cancer prevention strategies are ones designed to minimize the risk of getting this cancer in the first place. Secondary prevention strategies are those designed to minimize the risk for disease progression after diagnosis (whether one actually has any form of treatment or one simply follows some form of monitoring strategy). … READ MORE …

Nutrition and exercise guidance for cancer survivors

In an article just published in CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians, the American Cancer Society has updated its guidance to cancer survivors about things like diet, exercise, and the use of dietary supplements in managing quality of life and survival during and after treatment for cancer. … READ MORE …

Still “no sufficient evidence” to support any widespread prostate cancer prevention strategy

A new review of the available literature has concluded that, despite the fact that “prostate cancer is an ideal target for prevention,” there is in fact “no suitable evidence to recommend using any specific nutritional supplement or diet to prevent prostate cancer” at the present time. … READ MORE …

An update on vitamins and “nutraceuticals” in prostate cancer

The desire to find vitamins and foods and similar products (“nutraceuticals” as compared to pharmaceuticals) that have significant and measurable clinical impact on the prevention and/or the actual treatment of prostate cancer has been a constant over the past 20+ years. … READ MORE …