regarding prostate cancer it is better to cure at the beginning rather than at the end

    This was off a post on twitter- theintegretyinstitute.org. Simple to the point and I feel makes sense. What is right recipe for early detection? Awareness and reasonable screening as a team effort of the patient and doctor. I examined a 65-year-old man this week with a very large prostate nodule that came back on biopsy …

PSA, prostate cancer screening and Pepe the prostate-new spokeperson for Mr. PSA

  Interview with Mr. PSA- Part Two  Dr. McHugh: "Welcome back. I am with Mr. PSA and his pseudonym Pepe the prostate. How are you tonight and again thanks for being here with us to shed some light on the dilemma that is PSA and prostate cancer."  Mr. PSA: "Thank you, again it is good to …

What about the 30,000 men that die annually in the U.S.?

Prostate Cancer Testing Doesn’t Help, It Harms Men by S. L. Baker, features writer  (NaturalNews) If you are a man, you’ve probably had the fear of prostate cancer drilled into you — along with the idea that it is critical to your health, and probably your life, to have regular prostate cancer screenings. But two just …

It’s different if it’s you!

Individualized screening protocols may reduce number of unnecessary prostate biopsies By Sarah Guy 11 January 2010 Eur Urol 2010; 57: 79–85 MedWire News: An individualized approach to prostate cancer screening that relies on pre-biopsy information in addition to prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test results, could reduce the number of unnecessary biopsies, study findings show. This approach …