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2009 in review: H1N1 pandemic tops our list of health stories
USA Today
In March, two long-term studies found that prostate cancer screening with the PSA saves few, if any, lives but may lead men to have treatments that can ...

Prediction of PSA bounce after permanent prostate brachytherapy for localized ...
UroToday
PSA bounce was evaluated in 86 patients with T1-T2 prostate cancer who underwent radioactive seed implantation using iodine-125 (I-125) without hormonal

Surviving Prostate Cancer
Morgan County Citizen
The PSA test was then and even today is not a perfect test but combined with a physical exam by a physician, one could usually determine if prostate cancer .

How to manipulate 'TRAP' gene for treating cancer
Sify
Prostate cancer most commonly develops in men over the age of 50 and is slow-growing; however, it may metastasize to other organs, particular to the bones ...

H1N1 and health reform dominated 2009 medical news
CNN
For men, a decade-long study found that prostate cancer screenings led to more diagnoses but did not reduce the number of deaths. Since the early 1990s,

Meta-analysis of longitudinal studies: Serum vitamin D and prostate cancer ...
UroToday
To review and summarize evidence from longitudinal studies on the association between serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D (25(OH)D) and the risk of prostate cancer

Philadelphia VA Medical Center apologizes for botched prostate cancer treatments
Examiner.com
Making matters even more controversial, Veteran Administration officials claimed a reduced number of ill-treated prostate cancer veterans than was ...

Proteins Show Promise for Ovarian Cancer Screening
ABC News
Researchers seeking to a screening program to detect ovarian cancer are looking for something similar to the PSA for prostate cancer, Anderson said. ...

We've suffered from prostate cancer but don't want you to
Cumberland News
That is why two north Cumbrian men who have had their own personal dealings with prostate cancer are about to launch a new support group. ...

The Male Face of Osteoporosis
MSN Health & Fitness
One strategy for controlling advanced prostate cancer is androgen deprivation therapy, which typically involves taking drugs that interfere with ...

Antibody Destroys Prostate Cancer: Study
WXII12.com
Researchers have discovered an antibody that seeks out and abolishes prostate cancer cells in mice, even in advanced stages, a finding with potential for ...

Managing hot flushes in men after prostate cancer-A systematic review - Abstract
UroToday
The aim of this study was to describe hot flushes in men with prostate cancer, and their treatment methods. A systematic review was conducted of the ...

Antibody Discovered That Hunts And Kills Prostate Cancer
ChattahBox
(ChattahBox) – US Cancer researchers have discovered an antibody called “F77″, which, when injected into mice, will bond with prostate cancer tissue and ...

Antibody discovered that kills previously incurable prostate cancer
Mother Nature Network
The discovery brings optimism that a cure for prostate cancer could be right around the corner. By Bryan Nelson MEDICAL MICE: So far the new antibody has ...

Breakthrough 'could lead to drugs for currently incurable prostate cancer'
Telegraph.co.uk
Scientists have made a breakthrough which could lead to drugs to treat currently incurable prostate cancer. By Kate Devlin, Medical Correspondent Their ...

Animal antibiotics kill more people than breast and prostate cancer
True/Slant
That's more than the total number of deaths in this country each year from breast and prostate cancer combined. And, yes, it's more than the number of ...

Effective antiproliferative effect of meloxicam on prostate cancer cells ...
UroToday
Based on these findings, this is the first study in which the antiproliferative effect of meloxicam is investigated on two prostate cancer cell lines (PC3 ...

The cancer 'TRAP'
EurekAlert (press release)
The related report by Leav et al, "Cytoprotective Mitochondrial Chaperone TRAP-1 as a Novel Molecular Target in Localized and Metastatic Prostate Cancer," ..

Chit chat about men's health
Great Lakes Advocate
The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA) is taking advantage of the industry's social atmosphere to encourage conversation and raise awareness ..

Risk of suicide and heart attacks goes up when men are told they have prostate ...
Natural News.com
(NaturalNews) Imagine you are a man who has just been told you have a disease that might kill you -- prostate cancer. And the treatment may involve surgery, ...

Good News in the Daily Grind
Wall Street Journal
Roughly 5000 of the men developed prostate cancer during that period, including 846 cases of the most advanced and lethal kind. But the more cups of coffee ..

Antibody finds, wipes out prostate cancer: study
AFP
WASHINGTON — US researchers have found an antibody that hunts down prostate cancer cells in mice and can destroy the killer disease even in an advanced ..

Prostate cancer wiped out by antibody: study
ABC Online
Researchers in the United States say they have found an antibody that hunts down prostate cancer cells in mice and can destroy the killer disease even in an

Smaller Fingers, Finer Touch
Wall Street Journal
Prostate Cancer and Heart Attacks: Men diagnosed with prostate cancer are more likely than other men to die of a heart attack during the following year, ..

Great strides in medicine
Canada.com
This resulted in the development of diagnostic tests and drugs that improved treatment of such illnesses as prostate cancer. A clear understanding and ...

Regular Exercise Improves Overall Survival in Prostate Cancer Patients
American Journal of Hemotology and Oncology
Moderate amounts of regular exercise may lower mortality rates for prostate cancer survivors, according to a study presented at the American Association for ..

Prostate cancer hopes antibody that fights tumours is discovered
Scottish Daily Record
A MIRACLE molecule has been discovered that offers the hope of saving men with currently incurable prostate cancer. The "monoclonal" antibody selectively ...

Alternative prostate cancer treatment
Aspen Times
More than a year ago my husband was treated for prostate cancer using ultrasound — High Intensity Focused Ultrasound — or HIFU. He is cancer-free today, ...

Green tea polyphenols for prostate cancer chemoprevention: a translational ...
UroToday
Every year nearly 200000 men in the United States are diagnosed with prostate cancer (PCa), and another 29000 men succumb to the disease. ...

Ovarian cancer: A silent women's killer
The Guardian - Nigeria
The study reviewed male cancer patients recorded in a Nigerian cancer registry to assess the current trends in prostate cancer in Nigeria. ...

Cough medicine ingredient can treat cancer
The News International
Something as commonplace as a cough medicine has an ingredient that could effectively treat advanced prostate cancer. Researchers found that noscapine,

Prostate evaluation program launched
phillyBurbs.com
This service is also appropriate for men already diagnosed with prostate cancer seeking a multidisciplinary discussion of treatment options. ...

Immunovaccine to proceed with trial for its cancer vaccine
VaccineNewsDaily
DPX-0907 has the potential to stimulate the body's immune system to seek out and destroy cancer cells in patients with breast, ovarian and prostate cancer. ...

Prostate Cancer: A Newly Discovered Route For Testosterone To Reach The ...
Medical News Today
This concatenation of pathologic processes in the male pelvic venous system has been found to cause BPH and later, prostate cancer. Using a variation of our .

A glimmer of hope for those with CFS
The Journal News | LoHud.com
Because of XMRV's link to prostate cancer, and because there's evidence that people with CFS are at higher risk for lymphoma, the NCI is taking this finding ..

Recommendations for cancer screening are under review
Los Angeles Times
Here's a closer look at current recommendations for breast, cervical, colorectal and prostate cancer. Recommendation: Women ages 40 and older should be ...

Facing cancer
Victorville Daily Press
Vince learned he had prostate cancer, which the doctor rated as highly aggressive — a seven on a two-to-nine scale. Then something amazing happened. ...

Reduced Risk of Prostate Cancer Linked to Coffee Consumption
American Journal of Hemotology and Oncology
Drinking coffee may help men reduce their risk for developing prostate cancer, say researchers who presented data at the American Association for Cancer ...

Toxicity analysis of postoperative image-guided intensity-modulated ...
UroToday
Daily image guidance was performed to localize the prostate bed using kilovoltage imaging or cone-beam computed tomography. The median prescription dose was ...

Editorial - The prognostic significance of bladder neck invasion in prostate ...
UroToday
In prostate cancer, stage pT4 disease may indicate for example, involvement of the rectum, pelvic sidewall or bladder neck. However, bladder neck invasion ...

A Prostate Cancer Therapy Increases Risk of Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease
Diabetes Health (press release)
Regardless of age, men undergoing prostate cancer treatment via androgen deprivation therapy have an increased risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease. ...

Federally funded prostate cancer screening gaining support in congress
Examiner.com
Provide grants to states to fund prostate cancer screenings. The average cost of a prostate cancer screening is currently $25. Provide an enhanced Medicaid .

MCGHealth Physicians Selected as Top Doctors for Cancer
WJBF-TV
Her research interests include prostate biopsy techniques, prostate cancer risk factors, bladder cancer risk factors, nutritional therapies for prostate ...

Robotic Surgery Expert Dr. David Samadi, MD Discusses Recent Study Evaluating ...
SYS-CON Media (press release)
The study discovered that routine annual evaluation of prostate growth does not predict the development of prostate cancer. The study also suggests that a

Mentor Capital Cancer Vaccine Investing Update
Seeking Alpha (blog)
Dendreon (NASDAQ: DNDN) follows a similar approach to QI, except that Dendreon is initially focused on the treatment of prostate cancer as it prepares to ..

Mentor Capital Cancer Vaccine Investing Update
Seeking Alpha (blog)
Dendreon (NASDAQ: DNDN) follows a similar approach to QI, except that Dendreon is initially focused on the treatment of prostate cancer as it prepares to ..

Teva, OncoGenex join forces to develop prostate cancer drug
Food Consumer
The drug has received FAST Track status from the FDA for the treatment of progressive metastatic prostate cancer in combination with docetaxel. ...

Characteristics of prostate cancer in men less than 50-year-old - Abstract
UroToday
To report the characteristics of prostate cancer (PCa) in men less than 50-year-old and the results of different treatments of PCa in this population. .

Congress Approves Defense Spending Bill Containing $1.6 Million for Pioneering ...
Genetic Engineering News (press release)
If we could see prostate cancer – its location, extent and aggressiveness – we would redefine patient care." Dr. Martin Pomper, Professor of Radiology at ...

New Website Helps Uninsured and Underinsured Screen for Prostate Cancer Using ...
PR.com (press release)
TestPSA.com, by Health Testing Centers, is both a resource on prostate cancer and a way to get PSA levels tested for only $49. Fort Lauderdale, FL, December ...

Coffee may have health benefits and may not pose health risks for many people
Washington Post
Also this month, Harvard researchers unveiled new data suggesting that drinking coffee might lower men's chances of developing aggressive prostate cancer by ...

Cost comparison of curative therapies for localized prostate cancer in Japan ...
UroToday
In addition to open surgery, curative therapies for prostate cancer now include endoscopic surgery and radiation therapies. Because of the expansion and ...

Cancer rate set to double: report
ABC Online
The Incidence and Mortality report shows prostate cancer and melanoma to be the biggest problems in the local area. The director of oncology at the Port ...

Korea Leads World in Cancer Survival
The Chosun Ilbo
Survival for lung cancer is 16.7 percent, higher than the US' 5.5 percent but lower than Japan's 25.6 percent. The rate for prostate cancer is high at 82.4 ...

Teva buys rights to prostate cancer drug
Ha'aretz
... mainly co-development rights to OGX-011, a drug being developed to treat progressive metastatic prostate cancer and non-small cell lung cancer as well.

Suicide Risk Varies by Prostate Cancer Severity
Renal and Urology News
Men diagnosed with locally advanced or metastatic prostate cancer after a workup of symptoms have a suicide rate twice that of men in the general population ..

Dietary Estrogens Have Little Effect on Cancer Risk
ABC News
No previous research has examined the association between phytoestrogen intake and prostate cancer risk. In the current study, reported in the American .

OncoGenex, Teva in deal for cancer therapy
Reuters
The company has received a fast-track status for OGX-011 to treat progressive metastatic prostate cancer and prostate cancer indication. ...

Coffee May Reduce Risk of Lethal and Advanced Prostate Cancer
Cancer Consultants
To evaluate the effects of coffee consumption on risk of prostate cancer, researchers evaluated information from the Health Professionals' Follow-up Study. ..

Teva Expands Innovative Pipeline with License Agreement to Develop and ...
PR Newswire (press release)
In addition to prostate cancer, we are particularly enthusiastic about the therapeutic activity seen in the Phase II clinical trial in lung cancer. ...

Firmagon(R) has a Significantly Greater Probability of PSA Recurrence-Free ...
SYS-CON Media (press release)
"These data add to the evidence demonstrating that Firmagon offers an important treatment choice for men with prostate cancer," said Professor Bertrand ...

Sanofi-Aventis Stops Development of Two Medicines
Bloomberg
Sanofi said today that the FDA granted an accelerated review of its cabazitaxel as a second-line treatment for prostate cancer. ...

Numbers Tell a Surprising Story for US
New York Times
The cancer outcomes are mixed, with America doing better on prostate cancer than most other countries but not as well on lung cancer and in the middle in .

Editorial: Dead man walking
New York Daily News
It was said at the time that Megrahi suffered from terminal prostate cancer so that sending him home to Libya was the humanitarian thing to do. ...

Cancer not dying in the Delta
Greenwood Commonwealth
There was not sufficient data to reliably calculate most Mississippi counties occurrences of prostate cancer, but the entire state is on a trend toward ...

FLASHPOINT: Recommendations will lead to more unnecessary deaths
Terre Haute Tribune Star
Their advice regarding screening for prostate cancer is that “the evidence is insufficient to assess the balance of benefits and harms of prostate cancer ...

Tea prevents prostate cancer better than coffee
Food Consumer
Prostate cancer is expected to be diagnosed in 192280 men in 2009 in the United States and the disease is expected to kill 27360 this year, according to the .

Suicides Linked to Diagnosis of Prostate Cancer
eFitnessNow
Org, revealed that there is a higher risk of suicide within the first week of a patient learning that they have prostate cancer. These findings are more ...

Gene expression relationship between prostate cancer cells of Gleason 3, 4 and ...
7thSpace Interactive (press release)
Dataset analysis was used to determine gene expression similarities and differences between G3 and G4 as well as to prostate cancer cell lines and ...

GAUGING THE ODDS (AND THE COSTS) IN HEALTH SCREENING
El Paso Inc
For example, if you are old enough, you might not want to know that you have prostate cancer, which is typically slow-growing. Most men, if they live long ...

Cancer Center Ads Appeal to Emotions at a Fragile Time
New York Times
By NATASHA SINGER A print advertisement for prostate cancer surgery at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Manhattan is typical of the way many elite research and ...

Non-invasive option in prostate cancer treatment
abc7news.com
A new treatment for prostate cancer could soon offer a non-invasive option for younger men who have less advanced forms of the disease. ...

Amgen's Next Big Thing Gets a Thumbs Up in Europe
Wall Street Journal (blog)
... drug to treat osteoporosis in certain postmenopausal women at risk of fractures, as well as bone loss in certain men being treated for prostate cancer. .

For some with prostate cancer, the danger is knowing you have it
Los Angeles Times (blog)
As if prostate cancer were not a grim enough topic, a study released this week by PLoS Medicine found that patients were 8.4 times more likely to attempt ...

Top 10 Veterans News from Around the Country 12-18-09
Veterans Today Network
VA Apologizes For Prostate-Cancer Program, Denies Radiation Violations. 6. VistA Said To Be Old, Expensive To Maintain. 7. Incident Involving VA Noted .

European experts recommend Amgen, Glaxo bone drug
Reuters
In its initial indication it will be given to women with post-menopausal osteoporosis and men with prostate cancer who, as a result of hormone therapy, ...

Always Controversial Cornel West Disses Obama, Survives Cancer and Almost ...
AlterNet
McNally: Luckily your original cancer diagnosis was much more threatening than it turned out. West: Absolutely. When I found out about the prostate cancer, ...

VA apologizes but denies radiation violations
Philadelphia Inquirer
So far, 11 of the 114 men have had a recurrence of prostate cancer, a rate that is within the expected range for brachytherapy treatments, the VA officials ...

Overall Diet and Health Can Play a Role in Prostate Cancer Risk
KFSM
But cancerous prostate tissue usually releases more PSA than healthy tissue. The lower the PSA level, the lower the chance of having prostate cancer. ...

Healthy Difference for Men: Coffee may help prevent Prostate Cancer
Today's THV
Men may be getting a lot more out of a caffeine jolt from their cup of coffee - they may be getting protection against prostate cancer. ...

Novel Radiation Therapy to Treat Lung Cancer Used for the First Time in United ...
PR Newswire (press release)
Known as brachytherapy, this treatment approach is commonly used to treat prostate cancer. "Although the patient came in because of pain in his arm, ...

EDAP Continues to Expand Ablatherm-HIFU Installed Base
CNNMoney.com (press release)
Ablatherm-HIFU is generally recommended for patients with localized prostate cancer (stages T1-T2) who are not candidates for surgery or who prefer an ...

Outpatient Prostate Cancer Surgery May Be Feasible
Renal and Urology News
Eleven prostate cancer patients with a mean age of 62.2 years underwent the procedure. The patients were selected because of their “exceptional preoperative ...

The Top 10 Medical Advances of the Decade
ABC News
For example, Venter said doctors have developed a genetic test for a gene associated with prostate cancer, "and there's a drug available that greatly lowers ...

What are the outcomes of radical prostatectomy for high-risk prostate cancer ...
UroToday
To examine the long-term survival following radical prostatectomy in the population with high-risk prostate cancer. Despite considerable stage migration ...

Beyond the Abstract - Dasatinib inhibits the growth of prostate cancer in bone ...
UroToday
This study was designed in an attempt to better understand the effects of dasatinib on both prostate cancer and bone. The existing evidence of Src ...

Prostate cancer stress could kill you
National Business Review
If being diagnosed with prostate cancer wasn't enough reason for worry, research suggests that the worry itself may be as deadly as the disease for many ...

Prostate cancer ups suicide risk in men
Press TV
Despite the reduced number of prostate cancer deaths due to new diagnostic and therapeutic strategies, a new study finds a high prevalence of suicide among ...

New Findings Raise Concerns Over CT Scans
WBOC TV 16
"Radiation is a good thing but too much of it ain't good for your body," said prostate cancer survivor Robert Hamilton. They say they hope technology for CT ..

EDAP Reports on FDA Panel Meeting
CNNMoney.com (press release)
At this time, the Panel indicated a preference for prospective control data for endpoint evaluation of treatments for localized prostate cancer. ...

Cancer Research UK Standardizes on Phase Forward's InForm™ Global Trial ...
Business Wire (press release)
The organization's first study using the InForm solution will compare two treatments for metastatic prostate cancer. Cancer Research UK has an impressive ...

Healthcare Reform
PharmiWeb.com (press release)
Even in the few areas where the US system asserts a strong advantage – like prostate cancer – this does little for the millions of American men who have no

Prostate cancer diagnosis linked to increased chance of heart attack
guardian.co.uk
Being diagnosed with prostate cancer may raise men's risk of having a heart attack or stroke, especially in the first week after diagnosis. ...

Frequency of zoledronic acid to prevent further bone loss in osteoporotic ...
UroToday
To evaluate the efficacy of zoledronic acid (ZA) in osteoporotic patients with prostate cancer receiving either luteinizing hormone-releasing hormone ...

Targeting prostate cancer stem cells - Abstract
UroToday
We will discuss the identification of prostate cancer stem cells, their unique properties and how these cells may be targeted for more efficacious ...

Researchers use nanosensors to measure cancer biomarkers in blood
Health Imaging & IT
The researchers developed a device that acts as a filter, catching the biomarkers—antigens specific to prostate and breast cancer--in a chip while washing ...

Cancer researchers announce breakthroughs in natural prostate cancer ...
Natural News.com
And three of the most hopeful new studies about preventing and treating prostate cancer all had something in common -- they involved totally natural .

How the shock of prostate cancer diagnosis raises risk of heart attack by up ...
Daily Mail
By Fiona Macrae The shock of being diagnosed with prostate cancer greatly increases the likelihood of a fatal heart attack, researchers have warned. ...
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Beyond the Abstract - Short-term outcomes of the prospective multicentre ...
UroToday
BERKELEY, CA (UroToday.com) - Screening for prostate cancer has the potential of decreasing the number of deaths due to this disease, but also knocks the ...

Some popular beverages could prevent cancer
abc13.com
German scientists found hops helped protect rats from prostate cancer. Weather it works in humans or not is unclear, but it gives folks a new excuse to

Cardiovascular and suicide risk raised after prostate cancer diagnosis
Genetic Engineering News (press release)
Men newly diagnosed with prostate cancer have an increased risk of cardiovascular events and suicide, reports a new study in this week's PLoS Medicine. ...

Sutures Reduce Blood Loss from Prostate Cancer Surgery
Renal and Urology News
... bundles (nvbs) and lateral to the proximal nvbs and prostate pedicles before starting nerve-sparing dissection and mobilizing of the prostate. ...

Exercise reduces risk of death for prostate cancer patients
Dr. Cutler
A new study has found that as little as 15 minutes of exercise each day can reduce mortality for individuals with prostate cancer. ...

Is there a role for ibandronate in the treatment of prostate cancer patients ...
UroToday
Prostate cancer patients are generally older than 65 years of age and already exhibit some form of impaired renal function. Thus, for prostate cancer ...

Study Shows Coffee's Benefits
Harvard Crimson
By Ryan D. Smith, CRIMSON STAFF WRITER The consumption of coffee and vigorous exercise may have a hand in decreasing the risk of prostate cancer, ..

Scientists use nanosensors for first time to measure cancer biomarkers in blood
EurekAlert (press release)
... nanowire sensors to detect and measure concentrations of two specific biomarkers: one for prostate cancer and the other for breast cancer. ...

More blood vessels in hormone-resistant prostate tumours
Healthcanal.com
Patients with advanced prostate cancer are often treated with hormones, but when the tumours start growing again they have more and different blood vessels, ...

Higher Risk for Heart Disease and Diabetes Associated With Androgen ...
Science Daily (press release)
12, 2009) — Men of all ages treated for prostate cancer with androgen deprivation therapy, specifically with gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonists (GnRH), ...

WTHRMinisters share word about prostate cancer testing
WTHR
Now both are delivering personal testimonies about beating prostate cancer. "I don't smoke. I don't abuse alcohol. I don't do drugs, so I took care of ...

GTx Reveals Workforce Reduction - Update
RTT News
... the delay in the potential commercialization of toremifene 80 mg to reduce fractures in men with prostate cancer on androgen deprivation therapy. ...

Algeta Announces First US Patient Randomized in ALSYMPCA Phase III Study at ...
PR Newswire (press release)
The ALSYMPCA (ALpharadin in SYMptomatic Prostate CAncer) study is a double-blind, randomized, controlled trial that enrols patients with CRPC and ...

CUBA PROVIDES MORE PSA TESTS TO DETECT PROSTRATE CANCER
Brunei News, Brunei Headlines from Brunei fm
According to experts, prostate cancer is the second cause of death in men, only preceded by lung cancer. Doctor Adolfo Garcia, urologist and auxiliary ...

CANCER PREVENTION: Beer, coffee & more
MarketWatch (blog)
Just remember though, moderation is generally recommended: An ingredient of beer may someday help ward off prostate cancer, new animal experiments suggest. ...

Low fat diet slows prostate cancer growth
Food Consumer
By David Liu A new study published in Nov 2009 issue of Journal of Urology suggests that a low fat diet may slow growth of prostate cancer. ...

Cancer guidelines anger survivors
The Detroit News
The breast and cervical cancer recommendations are the latest in a string of other controversial recommendations, such as screening men for prostate cancer ...

SUO 2009 - Prostate cancer epidemiology in Asia - Session Highlights
UroToday
BETHESDA, MD, USA (urotoday.com) - Dr. Christopher Chang discussed the “epidemiology of prostate cancer in Asia; why do we care? ...

SUO 2009 - ADT and cancer stem cells: Novel findings with clinical ...
UroToday
This suggests that prostate cancer contains androgen independent cells that have enhanced expression of self-renewal genes and markers with castration.

Sorry, guys, extra coffee and gym time aren't enough in the prostate-cancer fight
Los Angeles Times
For men who want to prevent prostate cancer (which is to say: all of them), those would appear to be the much-publicized take-home messages of two new ...

Conservative Management Improves Prostate Cancer Outcomes
Oncology Nursing News
To evaluate the outcomes of conservatively managed localized prostate cancer diagnosed in the contemporary prostate-specific antigen (PSA) era, Grace Lu-Yao ...

Cancer Death Rate Continues to Fall
WebMD
Lung cancer death rates dropped by 2% annually among men and remained unchanged for women. Deaths from prostate cancer fell by about 4% annually between ...

Prostate test backed by study
The Press Association
Screening men for prostate cancer using a standard blood test could save far more lives than was originally thought, new research suggests. ...

Health Buzz: Coffee May Lower Risk of Aggressive Prostate Cancer and Other ...
U.S. News & World Report
By Megan Johnson Coffee may protect against a particularly dangerous form of prostate cancer, Bloomberg reports. And the more coffee, the larger the benefit ...

Chemical In Beer May Prevent Prostate Cancer
Sky News
Drinking beer may reduce the chances of men getting prostate cancer because of one of its ingredients, scientists say. Tests have shown that xanthohumol, ...

Surgeon breaches health and disability code
TVNZ
... by failing to fully inform a cancer patient about his treatment options and the associated risks with complicated and prolonged prostate cancer surgery, ...

Exercise Reduces Death Rate in Prostate Cancer Patients
Science Daily (press release)
7, 2009) — As little as 15 minutes of exercise a day can reduce overall mortality rates in patients with prostate cancer, according to findings presented at ...

Annual Report: Cancer Death Rate Down; Increase in Certain Cancer Types
ACS News Center
And while rates of the most common cancer types in men (prostate, colorectal, and lung) are falling, incidence rates are up for others, including kidney, ...

Drug Eases Hormone Therapy Side Effect in Men
WebMD
7, 2009 -- Treating hot flashes in men undergoing prostate cancer treatment can be tricky, but a new study suggests medroxyprogesterone could be the new ...

New cancer insights from man's — and woman's — best friend
True/Slant
... for founder Gerald Murphy, developer of the Prostate Specific Antigen (PSA) test that remains the gold standard for early detection of prostate cancer. ...

Rick Holmes: Politics invades the doctor's office
Norwich Bulletin
Men have their own cancer screening issue. For decades, they, too, have been told early detection is the cure for prostate cancer. But prostate cancers grow

Sex Makes Men Healthier
Benzinga
“Sex can benefit everything from a man's short term mood, to longer term issues like cardiovascular health and the reduced risk of prostate cancer. ...

Einstein receives high-risk/high-reward cancer research funding
EurekAlert (press release)
While the immediate focus will be on prostate cancer, the technologies developed will be broadly applicable to most other cancers. ...

Vote on It:
Town Hall
Last year, the same agency declined to recommend screening for prostate cancer among men under 75 because "the benefits of screening for prostate cancer are ...

Certain Canned Foods Contain High Levels of BPA
American Free Press
There are more than 100 independent studies linking the chemical to serious disorders in humans, including: prostate cancer; breast cancer; diabetes; ...

The truth about cancer
Telegraph-Journal
Neither has finasteride, a drug that can reduce prostate cancer cases by 25 per cent. These drugs have side effects that turn some people off. ...

Survivor: Guidelines for cancer fall short
Rocky Mount Telegram
Walker, a local pastor and author of the book, “Brother To Brother — You Don't Have To Die Of Prostate Cancer,” has long opposed many of the results of the ...

Many prostate cancers caught by screening won't kill
National Post
"There was an epidemic of prostate cancer in America," he said. "The number of cases virtually tripled in five years." But many of the cancers detected by ...

Testosterone replacement in prostate cancer survivors with hypogonadal ...
UroToday
To describe the clinical outcomes of prostate cancer survivors who were treated with high-dose testosterone-replacement therapy (TRT) for the relief of

Protecting Yourself from Prostate Cancer
FinalCall.com News
By Audrey Muhammad | Last updated: Dec 3, 2009 - 10:49:32 PM Prostate cancer is a disease that affects Black men at a disproportionate rate. ...

AUA Foundation Urges USPSTF to Appoint Broader Range of Medical Experts
PR Newswire (press release)
That's why the AUA Foundation's "Know Your Stats" campaign urges men 40 and over to talk to their doctors about the risks and benefits of prostate cancer

The myth of the BPA-free diet
Sacramento News & Review
Vom Saal has prenatally exposed mice to BPA and watched as they got older and developed prostate cancer and obstruction to their ability to pee normally.

Study Finds Earlier Cancer Recurrence Detection in PSA Levels
BETTER Health Research
By Donna Parker • Dec 2nd, 2009 • Category: Health News, Prostate health The PSA levels of prostate cancer patients two years after treatment may be an ...

Fighting Prostate Cancer With Speed and Accuracy: RapidArc(R) Radiotherapy ...
PR Newswire (press release)
Faster treatments confer another potential benefit for the treatment of prostate cancer. "Speed has the potential to increase accuracy," says Dr. DiBiase. ...

I have prostate cancer, and here's what I'll be doing over Christmas
Vancouver Sun
Next the surgeon will remove the two seminal vesicles just in case the cancer has spread that far. The prostate is the gland that produces semen, ...

Bone Drugs Linked to Fewer Cases of Breast Cancer
NCI Cancer Bulletin
Studies have indicated that older men receiving androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) for the treatment of prostate cancer may be at increased risk of ...

Prostate Cancer Diagnosis May Bring Suicide, Heart Risks
ABC News
By JOSEPH BROWNSTEIN Prostate cancer may not be as deadly as it once was, likely because of advances in screening and treatment, but a new study suggests ...

Generex trades higher on positive vaccine results
The Associated Press
The company is also studying the vaccine to prevent relapse in prostate cancer patients. Shares of Generex Biotechnology Corp. rose 5 cents, or 7.8 percent, ...

Four Cups of Coffee or Tea Daily Lowers Diabetes Risk
Bloomberg
It found that the 5 percent of men who drank 6 or more cups a day had a 60 percent lower risk of developing advanced prostate cancer than those who didn't ...

Watson Announces New Program to Help Promote Good Bone Health in Advanced ...
PR Newswire (press release)
Nearly two million men are receiving ADT, a palliative treatment for prostate cancer that, while highly effective and considered the "gold therapy," can ...

Soy Isoflavones Decrease Breast Cancer Recurrence Risk
Men's News Daily
(Interestingly, there is also recent research suggesting that soy products might also reduce the risk of prostate cancer, which is another hormonally driven ...

Beer drinking found slows prostate cancer, but no remedy
Xinhua
But conclusion cannot be drawn that drinking beer is a way to prevent prostate cancer, warned the study. The study found one compound xanthohumol in hops ...

Coffee may lower risk of aggressive prostate cancer
Cortlandt Forum
HOUSTON—Drinking regular or decaffeinated coffee is associated with a reduced risk of advanced prostate cancer, new research suggests. ...

Tell Congress and the president to support the Lung Cancer Mortality Act of 2009
Congress.org (blog)
It will kill more than three times as many men as prostate cancer and nearly twice as many women as breast cancer. Yet lung cancer receives only a small ...

Testosterone therapy to be put to the test
Seattle Times
Some studies suggest testosterone increases PSA, the blood marker for prostate cancer; aggravates sleep apnea; and raises stroke risk by overproducing ...

Hope for guys: Beer ingredient eyed in prostate cancer prevention
Asbury Park Press
An ingredient of beer may someday help ward off prostate cancer, new animal experiments suggest. The compound in question, xanthohumol, is found in hops ...

Growing support for prostate cancer awareness
Mid Devon Star
... participants were asked to grow an impressive mo' from scratch over a month to raise awareness of prostate cancer and men's health issues in general. ...

Beer and coffee as cancer fighters?
Abilene Reporter-News
Beer joins coffee, also cited in recent studies, as the latest unlikely saviors in the war on prostate cancer — if recent headlines are to be believed. ...

Can Coffee Lower The Risk of Prostate Cancer?
NPR
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Prostate Cancer May Be Overdiagnosed
Oncology Nursing News
H. Gilbert Welch, MD, MPH, and Peter C. Albertsen, MD, analyzed agespecific prostate cancer incidence rates from the National Cancer Institute's ...

Regular Coffee Consumption Can Reduce Risk of Prostate Cancer
HealthNews
During that time frame, 4975 of the men developed prostate cancer, 846 cases being life-threatening because they had spread beyond the prostate gland or ...

Study: Beer may help fight prostate cancer
KARE
There is preliminary evidence that an ingredient in beer just might help prevent prostate cancer. The key seems to be something called Xanthhumol, ...

Coffee may reduce risk of advanced prostate cancer
Dr. Cutler
Drinking a lot of coffee may reduce the risk of lethal and advanced prostate cancer, according to a new study. Researchers found that men who drank the most ...

Groups applaud cancer findings
Villages Daily Sun
He said 30 years ago the focus was on breast cancer — for which mortality rates have dropped. Twenty years ago, the target was prostate cancer, ...

Hormone Therapy puts Prostate Cancer Patients at Risk for Heart Disease
Oncology Nursing News
Men with advanced prostate cancer who are treated with hormone therapy face an increased risk for heart diseases, according to researchers who presented the ...

Oliver North Battling Prostate Cancer
mediabistro.com (blog)
... PM Politico's Mike Allen reports Oliver North, host of FNC's "War Stories," is temporarily off the air while he undergoes treatment for prostate cancer.

Cancer Death Rates and Diagnoses Among Americans Continue to Decline
HealthNews
Among men, the overall decreases are largely due to a considerable decline in the occurrence and death rate of both lung and prostate cancer (the two ...

Free prostate cancer screenings this month
WGMD Radio
Beebe Tunnell Cancer Center is offering free cancer screenings--for prostate cancer this month at the Beebe Health Campus on Route 24. ...

Carnegie Mellon researchers receive grant
EurekAlert (press release)
While the developed computerized training tools are potentially applicable to all cryosurgical procedures, the current project is aimed at prostate cancer. ...

More screening, better choices credited for local cancer rate
KMOX.com
The most commonly diagnosed cancers in women in both states are lung, colorectal and breast cancer. In men, it's lung, colorectal and prostate cancer.

Suicide risk in men with prostate-specific antigen-detected early prostate ...
UroToday
The risk of suicide is increased among cancer patients including men with prostate cancer (PCa). However, whether this increased risk applies to men .


Coffee May Reduce The Risk Of Aggressive Prostate Cancer
eFitnessNow
Doctors are not 100 percent sure that coffee will help prevent aggressive prostate cancer, but they do know it probably won't hurt. ...

Exercise Can Benefit Men With Prostate Cancer
ABC News
By Megan Brooks NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - As little as 15 minutes of physical activity a day can substantially cut death rates in men with prostate cancer ...

TIME's Top 10 Medical Breakthroughs of 2009
TIME
When it comes to cancer, doctors say early detection is the best defense. But the picture is a little fuzzier when it comes to prostate cancer, ...

Spectros And LI-COR Biosciences Enter An Agreement To Develop Real-Time ...
OfficialWire (press release)
Under this agreement, Spectros will formulate prostafluor™, an imaging agent for prostate cancer, and pursue pre-clinical toxicity trials for IND approval. ...

Androgen deprivation raises men's risk of diabetes and cardiovascular disease
news Stories
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer is associated with an increased risk for new-onset diabetes and cardiovascular ...

SUO 2009 - State-of-the-Art Lecture: In vivo lymphatic real time imaging ...
UroToday
In a mouse orthotopic model of prostate cancer, it was possible to trace the prostate cancer to the lymph nodes. Also, pre-surgical administration permits .

Cancer Rates Continue to Fall in the US
Wall Street Journal
For them, breast cancer ranked first. Unlike males overall, liver cancer was a bigger killer in Asian/Pacific Islanders than prostate cancer. ...

Coffee May Reduce Risk of Deadly Prostate Cancer, Study Shows
Bloomberg
8 (Bloomberg) -- Drinking coffee may lower the risk of developing the deadliest form of prostate cancer, according to a Harvard Medical School study. ...

SUO 2009 - Characterization of XMRV in prostate cancer - Session Highlights
UroToday
BETHESDA, MD, USA (urotoday.com) - In his session, Dr. Eric Klein spoke about XMRV, a gamma retrovirus discovered in men predisposed to prostate cancer. ...

Renowned physicians featured at public seminar on prostate cancer
TCPalm
... nationally renowned physicians and scientists presenting the most current study and practices for the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer. ...

Medroxyprogesterone best for preventing hot flashes in ADT-treated prostate cancer
HemOncToday
... were both effective at reducing the severity of hot flashes experienced by men undergoing androgen deprivation therapy for prostate cancer. ...

Many prostate cancers caught by screening won't kill
Canada.com
Prostate cancer cells are pictured. The number of prostate cancers diagnosed in UK men each year would jump from 30000 to 160000 if the country introduced ...

Hormonal Drugs Cool Hot Flashes From Prostate Cancer Therapy
Palm Beach Post
Hot flashes caused by androgen suppression therapy for prostate cancer are best controlled by the hormonal treatments cyproterone acetate and ...

Standard Treatment Proposed for Hot Flushes in Prostate Cancer
MedPage Today
By Michael Smith, North American Correspondent, MedPage Today Explain to interested patients that prostate cancer treatment with androgen suppression often ...

Michelle Bernard: Government health care rationing puts women at risk
Washington Examiner
Other groups similarly have suggested cutting back on prostate-specific antigen screening for prostate cancer. Noted USA Today: "You won't find many 50-plus ...

Risk of Vision Loss in Aging Adults is Greater Than Risk of Breast or Prostate ...
Melodika.net
For adults 65 and over, the odds of losing vision are one in three, whereas the odds of a man developing prostate cancer are one in six and odds of a woman ..

FYI: False promise of cancer screening
Winnipeg Free Press
Screening with mammography for breast cancer and prostate-specific antigen (PSA) testing for prostate cancer can, and often does, make the cancer diagnosis ...

SUO 2009 - Can future risk of prostate cancer be predicted? - Session Highlights
UroToday
BETHESDA, MD, USA (UroToday.com) - Dr. Neil Fleshner discussed the goals of identifying future prostate cancer (CaP) risk. Germline mutations, acquired risk ...

Association of vitamin D receptor polymorphisms with the risk of prostate ...
7thSpace Interactive (press release)
Molecular epidemiological studies have shown that gene polymorphisms of vitamin D receptor (VDR) are associated with prostate cancer risks. ...

Growth inhibitory effect of low fat diet on prostate cancer cells: Results of ...
UroToday
A high fat Western diet and sedentary lifestyle may predispose men to prostate cancer through changes in serum hormones and growth factors. ...

Targeting prostate cancer
Times Herald-Record
Times Herald-Record/CHET GORDON By Sheldon Scruggs When 58-year-old Christopher Pittman was diagnosed with prostate cancer, he was concerned that standard ...

Prevention has 'potential' to reduce risk of cancer
Irish Times
He said obesity was a major cause of cancer and should be tackled at national level. Breast and prostate cancer were the types that people in affluent areas ...

Triptorelin 6-Month Formulation Safe, Effective in Patients With Advanced ...
DG News
"The triptorelin 1-month and 3-month formulations have already been marketed for more than 20 years in the treatment of advanced prostate cancer," said Dr.

Immediate Adjuvant Radiotherapy Prevents Relapse in Patients With High-Risk ...
DG News
[Presentation title: A Matched-Control Analysis of Adjuvant and Salvage Postoperative Intensity-Modulated Radiotherapy for pT3-4N0 Prostate Cancer. ...

Testing the system
ModernHealthcare.com
The testing question has sparked much discussion in recent years over prostate cancer. The standard test—the prostate-specific antigen test—generates lots ...

Stress From Prostate Cancer Diagnosis May Be Fatal
U.S. News & World Report
15 (HealthDay News) -- Emotional stress can put newly diagnosed prostate cancer patients at increased risk for cardiovascular events and suicide, ...

GenSpera launches first Phase I clinical study for cancer drug
San Antonio Business Journal
San Antonio-based GenSpera owns and controls all rights to G-202. The company's second drug, G-115, will directly target prostate cancer.

Kinase inhibitors in prostate cancer - Abstract
UroToday
Prostate cancer is a significant public health problem around the world. Once a patient has disease that is no longer addressable by local means, the cancer ..

Watson announces new program designed for advanced prostate cancer patients
Drug Store News (blog)
14) A generic drug maker has launched a program to promote bone health among men with advanced prostate cancer taking long-term androgen-deprivation therapy ...

Yale researchers make breakthrough in detecting cancer
DailyTech
Researchers at Yale University have developed a new method of detecting cancer biomarkers in whole blood for breast cancer and for prostate cancer. ...

Drinking beer prevents prostate cancer?
Food Consumer
By David Liu There are some study reports suggesting that beer consumption would increase or decrease prostate cancer. We summarize a few to let readers .

New drug cuts fracture risk in breast cancer
Press TV
... the US Food and Drug Administration will soon approve the use of denosumab for treating and preventing bone loss in breast and prostate cancer patients.

Men should wake up and drink the coffee
Daily Mail
By Dr Ellie Cannon A daily cup of coffee has been revealed as the latest weapon in the battle against prostate cancer - the most common form of cancer in ...

Prostate cancer treatment linked to greater risk of heart disease and diabetes
Globe and Mail
More than one in five men who undergo androgen deprivation therapy – a form of castration common after prostate cancer treatment – subsequently develop

Test can't always tell if diabetics fit to drive
Globe and Mail
Can drinking copious amounts of coffee increase a man's odds of avoiding the most lethal forms of prostate cancer? Researchers scrutinized the coffee ...

Beer for Your Prostate? Pistachios Against Cancer? Studies We Wish Were True
ABC News
It says -- at least in headline form -- that drinking beer may help men ward off prostate cancer. New study suggests coffee drinkers may be at less risk for ...

Coffee Consumption May Prevent Prostate Cancer
BETTER Health Research
Prostate cancer can typically affect men ages 60 or older and can be detected by high PSA levels. Researchers observed 50000 men and their coffee intake ...

Coffee, Beer and Exercise Help Lower Risk of Prostate Cancer Risk
eFitnessNow
Every year prostate cancer affects nearly 200000 men in the United States alone and is considered to be the second deadliest form of cancer for men behind ...

Fight with prostate cancer has been a spiritual journey
Hudson Star Observer
The cancer had metastasized to his pelvic lymph nodes. His radiation oncologist at the University of Minnesota Urology Clinic and Center for Prostate Cancer ...

Coffee, Beer and Exercise May Reduce Prostate Cancer Risk
eMaxHealth
They may help reduce the risk of prostate cancer. Kathryn Wilson and colleagues at the Harvard School of Public Health studied data on 50000 men in the ...

Study Shows Many With Prostate Cancer Don't Need Immediate Treatment
BETTER Health Research
Researchers have discovered a protein that could be used to distinguish between aggressive and non-aggressive forms of prostate cancer. ...

Exercise Can Benefit Men With Prostate Cancer (ABC News)
Harvard University Gazette
By Megan Brooks As little as 15 minutes of physical activity a day can substantially cut death rates in men with prostate cancer, new research hints. ...

Brand wins over Perry's parents
Herald.ie
Men now have another excuse to go to the pub thanks to new research suggesting that a compound in beer may prevent prostate cancer. ...

Imaging of prostate cancer local recurrences: why and how? - Abstract
UroToday
Because prostate cancer local recurrences can be efficiently treated by salvage therapies, it becomes critical to detect them early. ...

Editorial - Clinical Interpretation of the Expanded Prostate Cancer Index ...
UroToday
EPIC is a validated HRQOL questionnaire that evaluates 4 functional areas that affect men after radical prostatectomy (RP) for prostate cancer (CaP); ...

Boost for Prostate Cancer Screening - Report Shows Mortality Reduction as High ...
PR Newswire (press release)
Preliminary ERSPC findings* showed that screening reduced prostate cancer deaths by 20%. This latest ERSPC analysis** corrects for non-attendance and

Beer may prevent prostate cancer
Little About (blog)
Washington, Dec 9 - ANI: Heres an excuse for men to hit the pub a new research suggests that a compound in beer may prevent prostate cancer. ...

Navy Vet Turned Down For Early Screenings, Now Has Stage 4 Cancer
Huffington Post (blog)
My doctors I had before I went to the VA told me I needed a prostate biopsy every couple of years as my father died of prostate cancer. ...

Dendreon to raise cash in advance of new cancer treatment
TechFlash (blog)
Dendreon is looking to turn on the marketing and production engines in advance of the launch of its prostate cancer treatment, Provenge. ...

Cancer Death Rates Are Down, but Watch Out if Breast Cancer Screening Falls Off
U.S. News & World Report
... saga points to the kind of struggles that will be rampant as comparative-effectiveness studies—whether of mammograms, testing for prostate cancer, ...

Recovery Act dollars are stimulating research at the Medical College of Georgia
EurekAlert (press release)
Stimulus dollars also are helping Dr. Arun Sreekumar in MCG's Cancer Center employ some innovative measures to determine the pathways of prostate cells and ...

Prognostic factors for and outcome of locally advanced prostate cancer after ...
UroToday
To present the outcomes of cT3N0M0 prostate cancer after radical prostatectomy (RP) and determine the prognostic factors in biochemical progression-free ...

Can prostate specific antigen velocity thresholds decrease insignificant ...
UroToday
A controversy of current prostate specific antigen based prostate cancer screening is the over detection of potentially insignificant prostate cancer. ...

Beyond the Abstract - Agents targeting prostate cancer bone metastasis, by ...
UroToday
Metastatic prostate cancer cells alter the bone microenvironment in two ways: These two steps offer unique adjuvant targets to supplement conventional ...

DRINKING COFFEE 'CUTS YOUR RISK OF CANCER'
Mirror.co.uk
Us scientists believe men who regularly enjoy the drink are 60% less likely to develop an aggressive strain of prostate cancer than those who avoid it. ...


Prostate Hormone Therapy May Up Heart Risks
U.S. News & World Report
7 (HealthDay News) -- Diabetes, heart attacks and other cardiovascular problems appear to be more common in men with prostate cancer who are treated with ..

Sky's the limit for cancer campaigner
Westside News
The 66-year-old beat prostate cancer in his 50s and said climbing the mountain was a chance to remind himself he was alive. “I guess once you go through a ...

University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and Rutgers University Partner ...
TMCnet
This collaboration marks a significant milestone for the diagnosis and evaluation of prostate cancer. The scope of collaboration is broad-based and includes ...

The relevance of a hypoxic tumour microenvironment in prostate cancer - Abstract
UroToday
Recent studies have suggested that hypoxia is also a feature in prostate cancer and is associated with a poor prognosis. Hypoxia has been shown to cause ...

Debate on breast screening overblown
Houston Chronicle
In the same manner, clinical trials of comprehensive lifestyle changes have found a slowing down, arrest or reversal of prostate cancer growth in some ...

Carly Fiorina's makes cancer experience a big part of her campaign
Chicago Sun-Times
Former Los Angeles Mayor Richard Riordan did not disclose he had prostate cancer and underwent 44 days of radiation treatment while he was in office, ...

Dose-Escalation Using IMRT For Prostate Cancer - Evaluation Of The Dose ...
Medical News Today (press release)
In view of an often multifocal micrsoscopic spread of prostate cancer - not possible to delineate with the presently available imaging modalities - the ...

A new clinical trial for late-stage prostate cancer drug
Cancerfacts.com
4, 2009 – A new clinical trial is recruiting men with advanced prostate cancer to test the effectiveness of a drug that targets prostate cancer that has ...

Bias case against county manager dismissed
The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
Travisano, now 63, had contended Devanney discriminated against him on the basis of age, disability -- he had prostate cancer -- and political affiliation, ...

Exercise Program Reverses Muscle Loss in Men Undergoing Androgen Deprivation ...
Cancer Consultants
Researchers from Johns Hopkins University have previously reported that walking can reverse the effects of ADT on bone loss among men with prostate cancer. ...

Coming: Vaccine That Fights Prostate Cancer
U.S. News & World Report
Last month the Food and Drug Administration committed to deciding the fate of the prostate cancer vaccine Provenge by May 1, 2010. Prostate cancer is an

Degarelix (FIRMAGON(R)) vs Leuprolide (Lupron Depot(R)) in Patients With ...
PR Newswire (press release)
Prostate cancer patients who received FIRMAGON 240/80 mg/month had a recurrence rate of 7.7% during the first year of treatment compared with 12.9% of ...

Overdetection, overtreatment and costs in prostate-specific antigen screening ...
UroToday
Prostate cancer screening with prostate-specific antigen (PSA) has shown to reduce prostate cancer mortality in the European Randomised study of Screening ...

Utility and health-related quality of life in prostate cancer patients 12
UroToday
This study aims to examine and compare changes in quality of life after two common treatments for prostate cancer (PC), radical prostatectomy (RP) and ...

Caring for the uninsured with prostate cancer: A comparison of four policy ...
UroToday
The IMPACT Program seeks to improve access to prostate cancer care for low-income, uninsured men. The objective of the current study was to compare the

Sprycel® May Have Activity for Treating Castration-resistant Prostate Cancer
Cancer Consultants
Researchers from Italy have reported that Sprycel® (dasatinib) may have significant activity for treating patients with castration-resistant prostate cancer ...

Random DNA mix-ups not so random in cancer development
PhysOrg.com
They have developed a model of such chromosomal mix-ups in prostate cancer which indicates that the male sex hormone (androgen) receptor unexpectedly plays ...

Mammograms amendment to get vote
msnbc.com
... because men don't (and I don't know specifically what you're talking about but I'll assume it's prostate cancer screening, or something comparable). ...

The myth of the BPA-free diet  
Sacramento News & Review
Vom Saal has prenatally exposed mice to BPA and watched as they got older and developed prostate cancer and obstruction to their ability to pee normally. ...

VA Hospital Botched Prostate Cancer Treatments in Nearly Four out of Five Men
Natural News.com
(NaturalNews) A veterans hospital gave improper doses of radiation to between 70 and 80 percent of all men treated for prostate cancer between February 2002 ...

Prostate cancer invading the rectum: a clinicopathological study of 18 cases ...
UroToday
Prostate cancer may involve the rectum and cause severe perineal pain. The aim of this study was to understand the rectal involvement by prostate cancer and ...

AUA's Controversial PSA Best Practice Statement Is Published
Medscape
The update also reiterates the AUA's position that prostate cancer screening with PSA is a matter of individual choice. There is no single standard that ...

New Prostate Cancer Biopsy Tool Set To Improve Cancer Detection
Photonics Online
The low light detector solutions provider, SensL, recently announce their involvement in developing a new medical imaging tool for prostate cancer biopsies. ...

Beyond the Abstract - Rectal morbidity after permanent interstitial ...
UroToday
In this study, acute and late bowel quality-of-life changes after prostate brachytherapy have been evaluated, using the EPIC (Expanded Prostate Cancer Index ...

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