Would it surprise you to learn that cancer experts say identifying men at high risk for prostate cancer would benefit the most from screening and treatment? Those same experts also agree that improved diagnostic techniques along with a personalized risk assessment are great ways to improve the patient’s decision-making process.
We often hear that men are less likely than women to visit the doctor for regular check-ups and screenings. This June, Men’s Health Month and Men’s Health Week (June 10-16) are great occasions to give the men in your community the extra nudge to get in the door and get screened.Health Awareness, Men's health
June is Men’s Health Month Men and healthcare just don’t seem to fit together. A recent report by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that men are 80% less likely to use a regular source of healthcare. The truth is, many men only go to the doctor when they are ill or […]Men's health, online health assessments, patient acquisition
In American men, prostate cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer and the second-leading cause of cancer deaths. The American Cancer Society estimates that about 233,000 new cases of prostate cancer will be diagnosed in 2014, and almost 30,000 American men will die from the disease. About 1 man in 7 will be diagnosed […]Health Risk Assessment, hospital marketing, Men's health, Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, Prostate Cancer Risk