Prostatic most cancers is a malignancy of the prostate gland, seen commonly in elderly men above the age of fifty years. It is typically co-existent with its benign counterpart i.e. BPH (benign prostatic hypertrophy) and normally arises when the benign cells are transformed into malignant cells and start to multiply rapidly. The signs of those circumstances will be as harmless wanting as a simple urinary retention or even till frank obstruction of the bladder and invasion and adherence to the rectum and other surrounding tissues. Prostate Cancer Therapy generally includes chemotherapy, hormonal therapy and radiation remedy, and of those the hormonal remedy of prostate cancer is a very delicate issue to deal with because it entails the use of anti-androgenic (anti-male hormone) medicine which might cause unintended effects like proliferation of mammary tissue (gynecomastia) and different hormones which may cause change in secondary sexual characters of the person.