Throughout their lifetime, 1 out of every 6 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. Of those cases, 6 out of every 10 men are over the age of 65 at the time of diagnosis. While a diagnosis of prostate cancer can certainly be life-altering, it’s by no means a death sentence. Early detection is the key to living beyond prostate cancer and warning signs and symptoms in men in the early stages of the disease vary greatly from end stage prostate cancer symptoms. Older men just need to know what to watch out for.

To help you recognize prostate cancer symptoms and signs, Griswold Home Care is pleased to present a number of resources. Please check out the articles and information below to learn more about prostate cancer prevention, detection, and options for treatment and more.

As more new information breaks, Griswold Home Care will update this selection of resources we’ve created. Please feel free to bookmark this page to stay up-to-date with the latest news, tips and information on living with – and beyond – this dreaded disease that so many men face.


Prostate Cancer and Fatigue – Finding the Energy to Live, Work and Play

Men living with prostate cancer and undergoing treatment are commonly plagued by fatigue. Discover signs and symptom of prostate cancer-related fatigue, barriers to recognizing and treating it, as well as an action plan for overcoming fatigue while battling prostate cancer.

Prostate Cancer: Should Senior Men Be Screened?

This article offers more information on the debate surrounding the Prostate-Specific Antigen (PSA) test. Learn more about the pros, cons, and individual factors that men are confronted with when considering being screened for prostate cancer.