Prostate cancer patients can benefit from Yoga

Men with prostate cancer who are undergoing radiation therapy can benefit from practicing yoga.

No-Shave November: Say hello to facial hair and kiss your razors goodbye!

So, men have you kissed your razors goodbye? If you haven't yet, put down your razors, let your beard grow and proudly don that moustache!

Call to improve radiotherapy access for all as shortfall looms

As per a recent study, tackling the global shortfall in radiotherapy could save millions of lives and boost the economy of poorer countries.

New biomarker for breast and prostate cancers found

Researchers have identified a novel genetic biomarker responsible for the progression of many breast and prostate cancers.

Black men likelier to die from prostate cancer than white counterparts

 A new study has claimed that black men are twice as likely to suffer from prostate cancer as compared to white men.

Prostate cancer of five different types: Study

British researchers have for the first time identified five distinct types of prostate cancer, each with a characteristic genetic fingerprint.

Shift work not linked to prostate cancer: Study

While the overall risk of developing cancer may be higher among shift workers, they do not develop prostate cancer more frequently than their colleagues who work during the day, a large study involving around 28,000 employees has found.

Night shifts increases cancer risk: Study

Higher levels of sex hormones at the 'wrong' time may be blamed for increased cancer risk in night shift workers, says a new study.

Sensor to detect prostate cancer

A sensor chip, able to pick up on subtle differences in glycoprotein molecules, can improve the accuracy and efficiency of prostate cancer diagnosis.

Drastic drop in new prostate cancer diagnoses in US

 Following the draft recommendation from the United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF), new diagnoses of prostate cancer in the US declined 28 percent in the very next year, a research says.

Eating steaks post prostate cancer diagnosis can increase death risk

If you have been diagnosed with prostate cancer, it's better to lay off Western diet, which includes red and processed meat, high-fat dairy foods, and refined grains.

Green tea may help prevent prostate cancer

Drinking green tea may help prevent prostate cancer in men with high risk of developing the disease, suggests a research led by an Indian-origin scientist.

Newly unveiled prostate cancer's 'Rosetta Stone' paves way for targeted drugs

A team of scientists has unveiled a comprehensive genetic map of advanced prostate cancer, hailing it as the disease's "Rosetta Stone."

New urine test improves prostate cancer detection: Study

 A new urine-based test has improved prostate cancer detection compared to traditional methods, says a study.

Asthmatic men less likely to die of prostate cancer

Men with a history of asthma are less likely to die of prostate cancer as compared to those who don't have asthma, new research says.

Singapore PM says given `all-clear` from prostate cancer

Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said Friday he has been fully cleared of prostate cancer after undergoing surgery in February.

Brisk walking key for prostate cancer survivors

Brisk walking for about three hours a week is enough to help prostate cancer survivors reduce damaging side effects of their treatment, according to a promising study.

Man's best friend can detect prostate cancer: Study

A new study suggests that trained German shepherd dogs can sniff out the chemicals linked to prostate cancer from urine samples with more than 90 percent accuracy, a leading British daily reported on Saturday.

New treatment for prostate cancer discovered

Scientists have discovered a potential new treatment for prostate cancer using low temperature plasmas (LTPs).

Personalised medicines on way for prostate cancer patients?

Paving the way for personalised medicine, Indian scientists have identified for the first time various genetic alterations found in prostate cancer patients in the country, a development that could aid clinicians diagnose, decide and select the most effective and precise therapy for the person.