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Hypogonadal men are more likely than those with normal testosterone to have prostate biopsy results showing high-grade PCa.
Quality studies are still needed to answer crucial questions about TRT and prostate cancer, cardiovascular risk.
Study in England shows that that 1 in 12 black men die from the malignancy compared with 1 in 24 white men.
Results of a prospective study have implications for patient counseling.
The biomarkers PHI and PCA3 demonstrated high diagnostic accuracy in discriminating prostate cancer from prostatitis in re-biopsy candidates.
Statin use following diagnosis of localized PCa does not significantly reduce the risk of metastasis or death from PCa.
The finding is based on a study of men who underwent radical surgery for pT3aN0/NxR1 tumors but received no adjuvant or neoadjuvant therapy.
Men with ED had more than twice the odds of undiagnosed diabetes.
Prostatic urethral lift is minimally invasive and, according to a new study, the procedure's beneficial effects are durable out to 3 years.
Gout is associated with an elevated likelihood of both organic and psychogenic ED.
Amphetamine users were twice as likely as non-users to experience erectile dysfunction.
A range of foods, nutrients, and dietary patterns are being studied for prostate cancer prevention or treatment.
Pre-biopsy rectal swabs can be used to guide selection of a single antibiotic.
Neither drug decreased operative time, prostate volume, or weight of gland resected.
Each 20-unit increment in GPS was associated with a more than 2-fold increased likelihood of recurrence.
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