prostate cancer

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 ...

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 ...

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 ...

By Ryan Hatoum • October 18, 2017

Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer While PSA testing to screen for prostate cancer has led to more detection, the concept of “active surveillance” is gaining traction as a means to reduce overtreatment of the disease.

By uclahealth • September 12, 2017

A study published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology in July suggests that as many as ...

By Ryan Hatoum • August 18, 2017

Like many men diagnosed with prostate cancer, Bill Pickett faced a tough question when he came to UCLA for treatment: how to fight it? Prostate cancer is one of the more curable cancers — it has a 96 percent survival rate 15 years after diagnosis, according to the American Cancer Society.

By uclahealth • August 9, 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 ...

By dmrl • December 5, 2016