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Researchers Develop More Accurate Test for Predicting Prostate Cancer Recurrence Risk

Researchers at cancer centers in Canada, the United Kingdom and the U.S., including the Miller School of Medicine’s Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center, ...

Novel Molecular Imaging Drug Offers Better Detection of Prostate Cancer

Breakthrough Study Shows Potential of New Drug Used with Planar and SPECT Imaging ...

Molecular breakthrough suggests a new treatment avenue to halt the spread of prostate cancer

Scientists believe a new treatment, shown to be effective in mice, could halt the growth of tumours in patients with prostate cancer. ... Full story

Penn Medicine Study: Olaparib Shows Success in Tumor Response Rate for Patients with BRCA-Related Cancers

Results Provide Promising Treatment Option and Improved Survival Rates for Patients with Ovarian, Breast, Pancreatic, and Prostate Cancers ... Full story

New tool for testing drugs for prostate cancer

Many men are growing moustaches this month as part of Movember to raise awareness and funds for improving men’s health, but do you know where this money goes? ... Full story

Diagnosing prostate cancer could be as easy as peeing on a stick

University of Queensland researchers are working on a prostate cancer test that is as simple as a pregnancy test. ... Full story

Prostate cancer risk reduced by sleeping with many women, but increased with many men

Compared to men who have had only one partner during their lifetime, having sex with more than 20 women is associated with a 28% lower risk of one day being diagnosed with prostate cancer, according to researchers at the University of Montreal and INRS - Institut Armand-Frappier. ... Full story

Diagnosing prostate cancer quickly and safely

Distinguishing between benign and malignant prostate tissue is difficult. A new device facilitates the diagnosis for doctors: Through a visual analysis, they can reliably determine if they are dealing with carcinoma within a minute-and-a-half. Fraunhofer researchers will be presenting the prototype at the COMPAMED trade fair in Düsseldorf from November 12th to 14th. ... Full story

Low-risk prostate cancer patients will benefit from active surveillance guidelines

New guidelines for active surveillance of prostate cancer will improve health outcomes for those with low grade diagnoses, according to two University of Otago, Wellington (UOW) experts who had input in to the international recommendations. ... Full story

Prostate Cancer’s Penchant for Copper May Be a Fatal Flaw

By Duke Medicine News and Communications - DURHAM, N.C. – Like discriminating thieves, prostate cancer tumors scavenge and hoard copper that is an essential element in the body. But such avarice may be a fatal weakness. ... Full story

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