The sports network told the story of how Andrew Goldstein’s courageous story of coming out as gay to his college lacrosse teammates many years ago led to a friendship with a boy who contemplated suicide after coming out.
Results of the study provide evidence that drugs used to treat diabetes could be used to reduce tumor growth in pancreatic and prostate cancers.
Radiation therapy is the most common treatment for men with prostate cancer, but it may not always be worthwhile.
UCLA study finds over-treatment for prostate cancer patients with life expectancies of fewer than 10 years
National guidelines recommend that men in these cases should not be treated with radiation or surgery, since they are unlikely to live long enough to benefit from treatment.
Study finds that that men who aren’t well educated about their disease have a much more difficult time making treatment decisions. This "decisional conflict" could negatively impact their long-term outcomes.
Through shared decision-making, patients and their physicians become true collaborators in determining the best course of care.
The UCLA Specialized Program of Research Excellence team is a multidisciplinary group of scientists striving to find a cure for a cancer that will affect roughly one in six men.