Euvon Jones had always been used to working hard, overseeing his successful business for hours each day before heading to the gym to keep his muscles toned and his abs ripped. At 59, Jones bragged to his children and those much younger about his strength and other prowess. That is until the Accokeek, Maryland, resident received the life-changing and horrific diagnosis that he had stage four prostate cancer.
Paul Jablow, The Inquirer (Philly.com) — For researchers, physicians – and patients – prostate cancer has always been among the most maddening and elusive of foes. The third-most common cancer in the United States, behind […]
by Stacy M. Brown Special to the NNPA from The Washington Informer Robert Ginyard doesn’t have a cure for cancer nor does he have a concrete solution for preventing the dreaded disease. However, the […]
MARILYNN MARCHIONE, AP Chief Medical Writer Breast cancer, prostate cancer, and even routine infections. A new report ties these and other maladies to smoking and says an additional 60,000 to 120,000 deaths each year […]
(Irish Times) – Screening for prostate cancer could reduce deaths from the disease by about a fifth, according to a major European study published today in The Lancet. However, routine screening programmes for the disease […]
(Tech Times) – Pancreatic cancer will become the second deadliest cancer in the United States by 2030 overtaking prostate cancer and breast cancer currently considered as the second deadliest cancer for men and women respectively, […]