Boston researchers report that dietary fat can affect glucose levels and insulin requirements in type 1 diabetics.
Researchers say they have identified genetic variants that can increase PSA concentrations and prostate cancer risk.
A new study looking at national treatment trends in the surgical management of patients with kidney disease is raising some concerns.
A large, international trial has found intermittent ADT is not equivalent to continuous ADT.
Patients with ESRD may now have a tool to help them decide on kidney transplantation.
A new study suggests that male carriers of the gene mutation are at greater risk of having advanced prostate cancer at the time of diagnosis.
Greater efforts may be needed to educate patients with end-stage renal disease, especially African Americans.
A new study suggests that men with low-risk prostate cancer may have a new option between aggressive treatment and active surveillance.
A new immunoassay appears to be a valid screening method for the early detection of kidney cancer.
The first study to analyze follow-up data after radiation therapy for the treatment of PCa shows some encouraging disease-free survival rates.