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Join the Eat It To Beat It Challenge

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We know that 30% of cancer is preventable with lifestyle factors. Eating healthy and exercising can prevent any number of chronic diseases, and in some cases, like diabetes, it can even help reverse some of the most dangerous effects. You can learn more about how lifestyle factors influence prostate cancer outcomes. Learn More

Interview with An Expert: African Ancestry and Prostate Cancer

If you are a man of African ancestry, prostate cancer needs to be on your...

Janet Farrar Worthington

Active Surveillance:  What You Need to Know

Is active surveillance right for you?  The answer to this question varies, depending on a...

Janet Farrar Worthington

Aggressive Prostate Cancer and Our “Dark DNA”

Imagine trying to study Earth, and only looking at the land.  You could learn many...

Janet Farrar Worthington

Changing the Fight Against Metastatic Prostate Cancer

UCSF physician-scientists and PCF-funded investigators David Oh, M.D., Ph.D., and Larry Fong, M.D., are doing...

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Get the latest information about contemporary prostate cancer research, treatment, and lifestyle factors into one consolidated document.


Additional Facts for African-American Men and Their Families

Provides special facts and guidance regarding African-American men and prostate cancer.


Get Screened

Most prostate cancer is preventable with proper screening. A simple blood test is all you need.