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AnnaLynne McCord Steps Out for a Great Cause!

AnnaLynne McCord works the red carpet in her low-back dress at the Associates for Breast and Prostate Cancer Studios 2014 Talk of The Town Black Tie Gala held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Saturday (November 22) in Beverly Hills, Calif. The 27-year-old actress was joined at the event by Nicky Whelan, Brandon T. Jackson, [...]

Long-term testosterone therapy does not increase the risk of prostate cancer

New York, NY, November 25, 2014 - Testosterone (T) therapy is routinely used in men with hypogonadism, a condition in which diminished function of the gonads occurs. Although there is no evidence that T therapy increases the risk of prostate cancer (PCa), there are still concerns and a paucity of long-term data. Show More Summary

Selenium compounds boost immune system to fight against cancer

Cancer types such as melanoma, prostate cancer and certain types of leukemia weaken the body by over-activating the natural immune system. Researchers have now demonstrated that selenium -- naturally found in, e.g., garlic and broccoli -- slows down the immune over-response. In the long term, this may improve cancer treatment.

Woman hides camera on her butt to promote prostate cancer awareness

Another day, another hidden camera experiment that seems to expose men leering at women...kind of CJ Koegel, a fitness trainer and former MTV personality, has produced a video that features a woman wearing tight-fitting yoga pants and...Show More Summary

Artist Reveals How Superheroes Are Celebrating Movember

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We’re in the midst of Movember 2014, when guys grow out their facial hair for the sake of spreading awareness about men's issues, like prostate cancer, and raising money for charity. You might find it dorky when your friend grows a grizzly...Show More Summary

First inhibitor for enzyme linked to cancers created

Recent studies showing acid ceramidase (AC) to be upregulated in melanoma, lung and prostate cancers have made the enzyme a desired target for novel synthetic inhibitor compounds. Now scientists describe the very first class of AC inhibitors that may aid in the efficacy of chemotherapies.

New study sheds light on prostate cancer development

Scientists have made a new discovery about how prostate cancer develops.

Changing the Course of Prostate Cancer Treatment: Life Expectancy Estimation, Active Surveillance, and Drug Development

NCCN has published the 20th annual edition of the NCCN Guidelines(r) for Prostate Cancer, one of the eight original NCCN Guidelines published in November 1996.

UC Irvine-Italian researchers create first inhibitor for enzyme linked to cancers

Irvine, Calif., Nov. 20, 2014 -- Recent studies showing acid ceramidase (AC) to be upregulated in melanoma, lung and prostate cancers have made the enzyme a desired target for novel synthetic inhibitor compounds. This week in Angewandte...Show More Summary

Is growing a moustache enough in 'Movember'? Do men need to "wise up, man up and demand better care"?

The pink of October has faded away, to be replaced by the light blue of Prostate Cancer Awareness Month – probably best known as "Movember", when sponsored moustaches are grown to raise funds for research into Prostate and Testicular cancers. All too often men feel that interest in cancers specific to them lags behind the [...]

Galeterone shows activity in a variant form of castration-resistant prostate cancer

Barcelona, Spain: Results from a trial of the anti-cancer drug galeterone show that it is successful in lowering prostate-specific antigen (PSA) levels in men with a form of prostate cancer that is resistant to treatment with hormone therapy (castration-resistant prostate cancer or CRPC). read more

Killing Cancer by Protecting Normal Cells

An anti-cancer drug protects normal cells from radiation damage and increases the effectiveness of radiation therapy in prostate cancer models

'Tis the Season to Indulge in Walnuts

Researchers at UC Davis and other institutions have found that diets rich in whole walnuts or walnut oil slowed prostate cancer growth in mice. In addition, both walnuts and walnut oil reduced cholesterol and increased insulin sensitivity. Show More Summary

'Tis the season to indulge in walnuts

(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) -- Researchers at UC Davis and other institutions have found that diets rich in whole walnuts or walnut oil slowed prostate cancer growth in mice. In addition, both walnuts and walnut oil reduced cholesterol and increased insulin sensitivity. Show More Summary

Prostate Cancer Researchers Develop Personalized Genetic Test to Accurately Predict Recurrence Risk

Prostate cancer researchers have developed a genetic test to identify which men are at highest risk for their prostate cancer to come back after localized treatment with surgery or radiotherapy.

Prostate cancer researchers develop personalized genetic test to predict recurrence risk

(TORONTO, Canada - Nov. 13, 2014) - Prostate cancer researchers have developed a genetic test to identify which men are at highest risk for their prostate cancer to come back after localized treatment with surgery or radiotherapy. read more

Should Johnson & Johnson Buy Medivation Inc.?

Johnson & Johnson's top-selling prostate cancer treatment is facing a stiff challenger in Medivation's Xtandi, but an acquisition may not be in the cards.

Novel molecular imaging drug offers better detection of prostate cancer

A novel study demonstrates the potential of a novel molecular imaging drug to detect and visualize early prostate cancer in soft tissue, lymph nodes and bone. The research compares the biodistribution and tumor uptake kinetics of two Tc-99m labeled ligands, MIP-1404 and MIP-1405, used with SPECT and planar imaging.

The Hot Mustached Men of Hollywood

Happy Movember! November is known as "mustache season," as men grow out their 'staches to raise awareness about men's health issues and support prostate cancer research. So in honor of the month of scruff, we're skipping the Hollywood men with beards and checking out some of our favorite mustaches on celebrity eye candy. Show More Summary

Novel molecular imaging drug offers better detection of prostate cancer

Reston, Va. (November 11, 2014) - A novel study demonstrates the potential of a novel molecular imaging drug to detect and visualize early prostate cancer in soft tissue, lymph nodes and bone. The research, published in the NovemberShow More Summary

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