You can find all of the products for your prostate on this page.
This page will answer many questions you may have. You can view the medical records of people who have developed prostate cancer over time. The records provide a picture of how the disease progresses over time. This page also contains information about other conditions that may cause a prostate cancer. These include hormone-related conditions, such as: Testosterone/testosterone receptors - this includes anemia, hyperthyroidism, thyroid disorders, and hypothyroidism.
Prostate cancer hormone blockers - this includes estrogen blockers, aldosterone antagonists, and aldosterone precursors. Some of these drugs may help with symptoms of prostate cancer, and some may not. For additional information about the effects of these drugs on the prostate, read the information on hormone blockers. Prostate cancer growth factors - This includes growth factors from a number of sources, including the following: Growth factors are substances that promote growth of a cell (e.g. growth factor-1) which in turn promotes cell division (e.g. growth factor-2). The growth factors include Growth Hormone, Growth Hormone Stimulating Growth Factor, Growth Hormone-Ribonuclease (Hormone-Ribonuclease-B), and Growth Hormone-B-Receptor.
These drugs are typically administered in large doses to promote growth. These drugs are also given to patients with cancer that is not responsive to the standard therapies that are available. For more on growth factors, see the section called "Growth Factors" under Treatment for Cancer.