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Prostate Health Archive
Erectile dysfunction drug also may ease BPH symptoms
More research is needed, but taking tadalafil (Cialis) could be helpful for men with BPH.
Common genetic variations increase prostate cancer risk
Researchers have identified several genetic variations that raise prostate cancer risk, variations that may also account for the higher incidence of prostate cancer in African Americans.
Is there a connection between Flomax and cataracts?
In short, yes. If you take Flomax (tamsulosin), be sure to tell your eye doctor before having cataract surgery.
Harvard experts discuss surgical options for benign prostatic hyperplasia
Three doctors describe some surgical options for treating an enlarged prostate, including the ones they think patients prefer.
The guide to due diligence in early-stage prostate cancer
In a business, due diligence means doing your homework, exploring all the options, and taking reasonable steps to protect yourself. When trying to make a decision about how to treat early-stage prostate cancer, taking time to conduct due diligence is absolutely vital for three reasons:
No expert consensus exists about which treatment for early-stage prostate cancer is best (or when treatment is best postponed).
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