Great Article By Patrick Skerrett
Prostate cancer tends to be the tortoise of tumors, growing and spreading slowly. When cancerous cells escape the golf ball-sized prostate, they can lodge in various places throughout the body. New research shows that where these cells go can affect how long a man survives.
When prostate cancer spreads, or metastasizes, about three-quarters of the time it takes up residence in the bones. Less… Read More »