The "Zoolander" star spoke about his diagnosis during an appearance on the "Today" show.
An anecdote is not the same thing as evidence.
"It came out of the blue for me."
You'll likely live just as long, and you'll avoid some gnarly side effects.
After 38 years of volunteering in the ACS, I can truly say how much more I have gotten out of my work with them than they
Surgery or radiation used in treatment can produce incontinence or impotence. As with any surgery, there is a small risk
At the time of my surgery, I had no symptoms and would have never suspected that I had a life-threatening, cancerous tumor taking up residency in my prostate and surrounding neighborhood.
The USPSTF has moved on from ambivalence about prostate cancer screening with the PSA test, and inveighed decisively against it -- a recommendation that is apt to stoke the flames of competing passions, and generate a whole lot of heat but altogether too little light.
So, if PSA screening doesn't save lives and may result in harm, why do it at all? This counsel seems contrary to every cancer-related public service announcement we've ever heard.
The New York Times' piece makes clear that Dr. Brawley supports the recommendation of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force against PSA screening, as do I.
WASHINGTON -- No major medical group recommends routine PSA blood tests to check men for prostate cancer, and now a government