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There is a great deal to learn about prostate cancer. From the basics about what prostate cancer is to the symptoms you should look out for to its diagnosis, prostate cancer can be a confusing disease. Here you'll find what you need to know.
  1. Prostate Cancer Basics
  2. Prostate Cancer Symptoms
  3. Prostate Cancer Risk and Prevention
  4. How Is Prostate Cancer Diagnosed?
  1. Everything You Need to Know About the PSA Test
  2. Staging and Grading of Prostate Cancer
  3. Prostate Cancer Research
  4. All About BPH or "Enlarged Prostate"

Prostate Cancer Basics

What is prostate cancer? What are the absolute essentials that everyone should know about this disease?

Prostate Cancer Symptoms

What kinds of symptoms mean that you might have prostate cancer? Are there other causes that could explain your symptoms? It is important to know what to look for and what problems mean you should see your doctor.

Prostate Cancer Risk and Prevention

Learn all about what may increase or decrease your risk of prostate cancer. You may be surprised at what you learn.

How Is Prostate Cancer Diagnosed?

How do you know for sure whether you have prostate cancer or not? What types of studies are used to detect and diagnose prostate cancer? There are more options than you might think.

Everything You Need to Know About the PSA Test

Who should get a PSA test...and when? Does your high PSA mean that you have prostate cancer? What other things can cause the PSA to rise?

Staging and Grading of Prostate Cancer

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How does your doctor determine how advanced your cancer is? Does the Gleason score really matter? What do your stage and grade tell you about your cancer?

Prostate Cancer Research

Learn about the current efforts being made to find better ways to diagnose and treat prostate cancer.

All About BPH or "Enlarged Prostate"

Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), otherwise known as an enlarged prostate, is extremely common and becomes more common with age. The symptoms or BPH can be identical to prostate cancer and it can also cause problems of its own. Learn more about this important condition here.

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