Unequal odds

A message from Editor in Chief Marc Garnick, M.D. about exploring the possible reasons prostate cancer is more prevalent in African-American men, and previews of other articles in this issue. (Locked) More »

Mind the gap

African Americans are more likely to develop - and die from - prostate cancer than others. But why? Researchers examine the effects of diet, obesity, socioeconomic status, and biology. (Locked) More »

Getting the word out

Two prostate cancer survivors talk about raising awareness of the disease among African Americans and other men at high risk. (Locked) More »

Ask the doctor

Answers to your questions on prostate health. In this edition, urologist Kevin R. Loughlin, M.D., M.B.A., responds to questions about the reliability of the PSA test and what fluctuation in a man's PSA reading can mean. (Locked) More »

Searching PubMed in five easy steps

Brief instructions for using the PubMed database to read more detailed information about the studies cited in Perspectives on Prostate Disease, so you can evaluate the evidence on your own. (Locked) More »