Gov. Brown To Undergo Cancer Treatment At UCSFGov. Brown's office says he will continue his full work schedule through treatment, which is planned to occur between late February and early March.
'Escape From Alcatraz' Triathlon Couple Get Rude Welcome In SF When Their Bikes Are StolenTalk about San Francisco hospitality at its worst.
KPIX Meteorologist Paul Deanno To Change His Look For 'Movember' Movement To Fight CancerMeteorologist Paul Deanno will have an evolving look over the next few weeks as he participates in an annual event to raise awareness of men's health issues such as prostate cancer and testicular cancer and associated charities.
Dr. Drew Announces He Had Prostate CancerLive 105's "Loveline" & "Dr. Drew on Call" host wrote on the HLN network's site that he returned to work in 10 days after having...
Gov. Brown’s Health ‘Great’ After Prostate Cancer TreatmentCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown said Tuesday that he has concluded radiation treatment for early-stage prostate cancer, his second health scare since taking office two years ago.
Gov. Brown Being Treated For Prostate Cancer, Plans To Stay On JobGov. Jerry Brown is being treated for early stage prostate cancer but will stay on the job throughout his nearly four-week treatment, his office said Wednesday.
Daily Madden: Remembering Former Raiders Great Tom Keating John Madden remembered the life of former Raiders defensive lineman Tom Keating, who passed away late last week.
Man Hospitalized For Cancer Found During Oakland Health Fair ExamMore than 1,000 people attended an East Oakland church's annual health fair Saturday to receive preventative health screenings and exams and one man was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer.
Raider Great Davidson Dies After Prostate Cancer Battle Ben Davidson, the hulking defensive end who starred for the Oakland Raiders in the 1960s before becoming a famous television pitch man, has died at 72.
HealthWatch: UCSF Expert At Odds With New Prostate Screening RecommendationsAn influential government task force has issued a controversial new recommendation on cancer screening using the prostate specific antigen, or PSA test.
HealthWatch: Exercise May Help Prostate Cancer Patients Live LongerNew Bay Area research shows how certain exercise may actually help men with prostate cancer live a long, healthier life.
HealthWatch: Supplement Shows Promise For Keeping Prostate Cancer At BayResearchers have found that a diet rich in fruits and vegetables can reduce your risk of developing all types of cancers, but can a plant-based supplement help with a recurrence of cancer?