Statins May Lower PSA, But Do They Cut Cancer Risk?

New effort to find out if anti-cholesterol drugsĀ can help reduce men’s risk of prostate cancer

Popular cholesterol-busting drugs called statins appear to lower men’s PSA values along with their cholesterol levels according to researchers in the Duke Prostate Center and the Durham Veterans Affairs Medical Center. But whether the drugs prevent prostate cancer growth or just mask it is not known yet.

Active Surveillance for prostate cancer – Miami

Miami Team Finds Most Low-Risk Patients Stay Treatment-Free for Five Years

For men diagnosed with low-risk prostate cancer, active surveillance can be a sensible first step in managing the disease. Mark Solloway and a team of urologists at University of Miami Miller School of Medicine have reported on outcomes for a group of their patients.