Three million men in the U.S. are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year, yet more and more physicians are saying prostate screenings and sometimes even treatment are unnecessary. Virgil Dawson, M.D., of the UCF College of Medicine, offers advice for wading through the conflicting recommendations from major healthcare groups.
If you’ve already lost your parents, chances are you wish you’d spent more time with them. Yogi Roth never wanted to feel that way. Find out the bold adventure he decided to take with his father and how he’s launched a campaign to encourage the rest of us to spend time with the people we love.
When people ask us who embodies the true spirit of Growing Bolder, we typically point to one person — Sandy Scott. See how this champion cyclist keeps getting faster as he ages and why he thinks you should be exercising, too.
Confused about recent reports on prostate cancer testing? NBA legend Oscar Roberston says our greatest weapon against cancer is knowledge.
Author Howard Frank Mosher has been described as a living, breathing Mark Twain. So when he was diagnosed with prostate cancer, he did what he knows best — he wrote about his journey to recovery and finding a reason to live.
Just surviving Stage 4 lung cancer would be enough for some, but John Casterline has a plan to make a difference. He’s setting out on a 2,650-mile backpacking trek to raise money and awareness for one of the deadliest forms of cancer.
Award-winning filmmaker Peter Starr says his own experiences with prostate cancer prompted him to travel the world seeking answers and alternative treatments for the disease. Find out why he thinks surgery and drugs aren’t always the answer.
At 70, while dealing with a recurrence of prostate cancer, Sherman Goodrich entered the Body-For-Life competition and won! Find out how he went from never working out before to a muscular physique.
It’s something men don’t like to talk about. But since September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, we will.
Cancer is on track to become the No. 1 killer in the world. For anyone who has battled cancer or watched a loved one face the difficult diagnosis, it’s crucial to believe that there is life after disease. We’ve got the proof.