prostate cancer

The FDA-approved technique is more effective than the current standard of care at locating tumors

By uclahealth • February 17, 2021

Ask the Doctors answer a few questions

By Ask the Doctors • January 20, 2021

In 2020, UCLA’s Cancer Center developed treatments for liver, breast, prostate and lung cancer

By uclahealth • December 2, 2020

Find out if you’re a candidate for cervical, colorectal, breast, lung or prostate cancer tests

By uclahealth • November 25, 2020
The crowd at Dodger Stadium on a recent night received a reminder (and a reassurance) of something many prefer not to think about: prostate cancer. UCLA [...]
By Ryan Hatoum • September 21, 2018
Dear Doctors: Is there anything I can do to reduce my risk of prostate cancer? No one in my family has had cancer but I just turned 55 and I want to do whatever I can to stay healthy. Dr. Elizabeth Ko and Dr. Eve [...]
By Ask the Doctors • July 25, 2018
The prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test is a helpful measure in screening men for prostate cancer, a disease risk that increases considerably after age 50. At the same time, the test has limitations about which patients should be aware. The PSA test [...]
By Ryan Hatoum • October 18, 2017
A study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology in July suggests that as many as 15 percent of patients who undergo treatment for prostate cancer later regret the treatment they choose. Dr. Christopher Saigal, [...]
By Ryan Hatoum • August 18, 2017
If you’re a man of a certain age, or someone who loves him, the thought of prostate cancer is never far away. After all, the [...]
By Tami Dennis • July 3, 2017
As a physician in my early 60s, I was more than aware of the risk of prostate cancer, and had been monitoring my PSA levels off and on for a few years. I had a biopsy a few years ago which was normal, but the levels kept rising, slowly. Nonetheless, [...]
By dmrl • December 5, 2016