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PCF Investigator Dr. Karen Knudsen To Lead American Cancer Society

PCF congratulates Karen Knudsen, PhD, MBA in her new role as the next chief executive officer of the American Cancer Society (ACS) and its advocacy affiliate, the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN), starting June 1,...Read More


Benefits of a Healthy Lifestyle in Men at High Risk of Prostate Cancer

Can a healthy lifestyle compensate for genetic risk of prostate cancer? A new study shows promise. As the saying goes about cancer and other diseases, “Genetics loads the gun, and...Read More


Top 5 Things Scientists Know About How Exercise Improves Health

Whether you’ve been able to log 50 or 150 miles so far, everyone in the 100 Miles in March group has been doing an amazing job! But what’s really going...Read More


Delicious Eating From the Periodic Table

Last month, PCF staff had a special treat: Chef Nicole Derseweh volunteered to lead us in a virtual cooking class.  She created a healthy recipe for our employees, incorporating several...Read More


Highlights of GU-ASCO 2021: Prostate-Targeting Radionuclide Treatment, Oral Docetaxel, and More

The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) recently held its 2021 Genitourinary Cancers Symposium virtually. These meetings provide opportunities for clinicians and researchers to share and discuss the latest clinical...Read More


New to Exercise? Here Are 7 Ways to Get Your Daily Miles In

You may have heard a lot of talk about the health problems brought on by our modern, sedentary lifestyle. Often, that is contrasted with the “hunter-gatherer” lifestyle: spending the day...Read More


Spring is in the Air! And so is PCF’s new 100 Miles in March challenge.

To quote George Harrison, “It’s been a long cold lonely winter.” It’s time for a change. Lace up those shoes and let’s get outside and see the sun. Walking and...Read More


The Benefits of Fish

Fish, especially salmon and other dark-meat fish, is anti-inflammatory. What’s the problem with inflammation? It’s a good thing when you see local inflammation, like swelling around a paper cut: immune...Read More


A New Way to Detect Prostate Cancer…..Inspired by Man’s Best Friend

Dogs can serve as guides for people who are blind, support individuals with autism, and “smell” changes in blood sugar, warning a person with diabetes that they need to take...Read More


Science Continues to Unfold Around ADT, Prostate Cancer, and COVID-19

Last May, we reported on a study from Italy showing that men with prostate cancer were who were taking androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) were 4 times less likely to be...Read More