Pa. Governor's Cancer To Be Treated With Radioactive SeedsPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf says he will have radioactive seeds implanted to treat what he calls a treatable form of prostate cancer he first disclosed last month.
Men Undergoing Prostate Cancer Treatment May Want To Consider YogaLocal researchers are trying to determine if yoga can help those battling prostate cancer.
Health: Vitamin D Could Slow Or Reverse Progression Of Low-grade Prostate TumorsResearchers say taking vitamin D supplements could have benefits for men with prostate cancer.
Add Soybeans To Balanced DietSoybeans contain all of the essential amino acids necessary for human nutrition and have been grown and harvested for thousands of years.
Penn Doctor: Radiation Plus Hormone Therapy Can Benefit Older Men With Prostate CancerDr. Justin Bekelman, assistant professor of radiation oncology at Penn Medicine, says research shows even patients in their 80's can tolerate the addition of radiation.
New Way To Watch Prostate Cancer Being Used At Local HospitalsDoctors may "watch " prostate cancer tumors, but keeping an eye on the tumors involves invasive needle biopsies.
Thousands Turn Out For 12th Annual Gary Papa RunThousands spent Sunday morning taking part in the 12th annual Prostate Health International Father's Day Gary Papa Run outside of the Philadelphia Art Museum.
Kidcasting From the 11th Annual Gary Papa 5K Run
Thousands Turn Out For 11th Annual Gary Papa RunSeveral thousand people converged near the Philadelphia Art Museum on Sunday for the 11th annual Gary Papa Prostate Run.
New Method For Detecting, Monitoring Prostate Cancer Being TestedA million men are biopsied for prostate cancer each year according to Dr. Ethan Halpern, co-director of the Thomas Jefferson prostate diagnostic center.
Thousands Turn Out For Father's Day Prostate RunThe weather was perfect for the annual Gary Papa Father’s Day 5-K run. The run raises money for prostate cancer research, education, and screenings.
Stigall Show Log 6.11.12Chris breaks down the President's comment that the economy is fine and the reaction that followed. He talks to Michael Bronstein about the state of the campaign, New York Times Washington Correspondent David Sanger about his book Confront and Conceal, and Phillies Manager Charlie Manuel about this season's continuing struggles.