Gentlemen, listen up. Prostate cancer is no fun. But it takes many forms. Some will get you fast. Others grow so slowly you’ll die from something else. Now the Veterans Health Administration is teaming with the University of Maryland on a research project. It’s goal is to establish new surveillance methods to track those with low-risk prostate cancer. With what’s going on, the chief of urology for the VA Maryland Healthcare System, Dr. Mohammed Minhaj Siddiqui.