I was told no to the PSA test

According to the Canadian Urological Association (AUC), the PSA test should generally be offered to any man, aged 50 and over

Me a guinea pig?

Me a guinea pig? Why should I participate in a clinical trial? You will no doubt be happy to know that doctors

Your role as a patient

If you have been diagnosed with prostate cancer, your role as a patient is essential throughout your cancer treatment experience.

Why am I not receiving any treatment?

The question why am I not receiving any treatment often refers to watchful waiting. When everything indicates that your cancer will progress slowly

Tests and exams in 5 points

There are several approaches to keeping an eye on your cancer during or after treatment. Tests and exams in 5 points

The usefulness of imaging tests

Although it does not replace a prostate biopsy, the usefulness of imaging tests can help in decision making. Indeed, physicians

Biopsy Myths

Biopsies are crucial diagnostic aids in the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer. However, there are many misconceptions or myths surrounding

What is a PI-RADS?

PI-RADS is an acronym for Prostate Imaging Reporting and Data System from images obtained following an imaging test such as

Why me

It’s normal to wonder why cancer strikes us or someone close to us. We often hear why me? Aside from age and known

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