Prostate Cancer

How to engage in tough conversations about health

By uclahealth • May 5, 2021

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men. The majority of prostate cancers are found in men 65 and older

By Ask the Doctors • April 19, 2021

'It goes to show what smart doctors can do,’ says John Babcock, who was treated with short-course radiotherapy

By uclahealth • April 16, 2021

‘Prostate cancer responds very well to a higher daily dose radiation delivered precisely and with expertise,’ says UCLA Health's Dr. Amar U. Kishan

By uclahealth • April 9, 2021

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

By uclahealth • February 17, 2021

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 Doctor: I’m a 45-year-old man. Do I really need a PSA test every year? The short answer: Only in certain situations.  Prostate cancer is the second-leading cause of  cancer death among men, and in an effort to spot it early, [...]
By Ask the Doctors • April 17, 2018
Good news: Cancer survival rates are improving. The five-year cancer survival rate has risen from 49 percent in the mid-1970s to 69 percent in 2013,
By Tiare Dunlap • September 25, 2017
"I had prostate cancer at 55 years of age,” says Robert Grycan, who chose to seek help from Dr. Stuart Holden on the advice of a family member. Robert now goes to his appointments at the
By uclahealth • August 7, 2017