Long-term impact on workplace status after radical prostatectomy

A recent Norwegian study has concluded that pre-surgical counseling of men electing treatment for prostate cancer by radical prostatectomy needs to include advice about risk for the possibility of post-surgical issues that may affect work status and their working life 3 years after their surgery. … READ MORE …

Does shift work really increase risk for clinically significant prostate cancer?

So the longer we go on using the PSA test as a primary tool for the assessment of risk for prostate cancer, the more we learn about what the test results may — or more importantly may not — actually be telling us. … READ MORE …

No association between stress at work and prostate, other cancers

In another article in the British Medical Journal this week, the authors conclude that “work related stress, measured and defined as job strain, at baseline is unlikely to be an important risk factor for colorectal, lung, breast, or prostate cancers” (at least in a large database of Europeans). … READ MORE …