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Two new, very large classes of RNAs found to be linked to cancer biomark

Two new classes of RNAs have been identified that are closely associated with a protein known to be a prognostic biomarker for breast cancer and could play a role in progression of prostate cancer.

#Men’sHealthMonday: Essential Cancer Prevention Tips

Cancer. Just the name sparks fear in the hearts of men all around the world. Whether you’re talking about lung cancer, prostate cancer, stomach cancer, esophageal cancer, or any of the other numerous forms, cancer is frightening and too often deadly. Show More Summary

Researchers Unveil New Gene Subgroup in Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer researchers have drawn a molecular portrait that provides the first complete picture of localized, multi-focal disease within the prostate and also unveils a new gene subgroup driving it.

An Orgasm A Day Keeps The Prostate Cancer Away, Study Says

2 days agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Great news, guys! A new study has found that ejaculating at least once a day can help lower your risk of developing prostate cancer, the Mirror reports. 32,000 men participated in the study over the course of 18 years, making it the largest research to date on male ejaculation (or at least the largest scientific study). Participants shared […]

Genetic Map of Prostate Cancer Could Lead to Better Treatments

5 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

Researchers in the U.S. and U.K. have, for the first time, created a map of genetic mutations related to the most deadly type of prostate cancer, when the disease has spread to other parts of the body. The study indicates that for as...Show More Summary

The Question Isn't Whether We Are Overdiagnosing Cancer, But How Much

Medical experts now agree that as a result of aggressive screening programs, we have an epidemic of cancer overdiagnosis in the United States. With mammograms finding tiny cancers and PSA tests discovering unpalpable prostate cancers, we are now unearthing some cancers too early for our own good. What do experts mean [...]

Prostate Cancer Advertising (Part 2) : Focal Therapy Shenanigans

I sat with my colleagues at a FDA Forum on partial gland ablation for prostate cancer a few days ago in New Orleans.  I huddled in one corner trading snarky texts as speaker after speaker spoke over and under each other.  Advocates advocated.  Antagonists antagonized the advocates.  Patient advocates pleaded for patient involvement [...]

To Lower Your Risk for Prostate Cancer Try Having More Orgasms

image via (cc) flickr user chamz When British punk band The Buzzcocks released “Orgasm Addict,” their 1977 ode to le petit morte, most people wrote the song, and the band, off as juvenile rockers reveling in sexual explicitness for no reason other than to shock. Show More Summary

International study of advanced prostate cancer genome finds potential targets for drug therapy

First study of the genomic composition of prostate cancer shows many patients have gene mutations that can be targeted with existing or potential drugs. The finding is based on an analysis of tumor samples from 150 men with metastatic prostate cancer that no longer responded to standard hormone-blocking therapy.

Scientists unveil prostate cancer's 'Rosetta Stone'

Almost 90 percent of men with advanced prostate cancer carry genetic mutations in their tumors that could be targeted by either existing or new cancer drugs, a landmark new study reveals. Scientists now have created a comprehensive map...Show More Summary

What Drives Advanced Prostate Cancer? New Study Describes Genomic Landscape

In a major advance in precision medicine, an international collaboration of researchers found 90 percent of castration resistant metastatic prostate cancers harbored some kind of genetic anomaly that could drive treatment choices.

Include men in osteoporosis screening guidelines

Most people associate osteoporosis with women. But the truth is, one in four men over the age of 50 will break a bone as a result of this condition. That's more men than will have prostate cancer, according to the National Osteoporosis...Show More Summary

Researchers focus on potential tool for predicting survival, staging in prostate cancer

A molecule that promotes metastasis of advanced prostate cancer to the bone, an incurable condition that significantly decreases quality of life, has been identified by researchers. The research may offer new targets for diagnosing and treating this common disease.

Researchers Focus on Potential Tool for Predicting Survival, Staging Prostate Cancer in Cancer Cell

Researchers with the Indiana University School of Medicine have identified a molecule that promotes metastasis of advanced prostate cancer to the bone, an incurable condition that significantly decreases quality of life. The research, published online in the journal Cancer Cell, may offer new targets for diagnosing and treating this common disease.

Medical News Today: Lethal prostate cancer less common in men with asthma

A study of nearly 48,000 men finds that those with a history of asthma were less likely to have a diagnosis of prostate cancer that had spread or to have died of the disease.

Urine-Based Test Improves on PSA for Detecting Prostate Cancer

A new urine-based test improved prostate cancer detection - including detecting more aggressive forms of prostate cancer - compared to traditional models based on prostate serum antigen, or PSA, levels, a new study finds.

New screening method for prostate cancer recurrence

The American Cancer Society estimated that 220,800 new cases of prostate cancer will be diagnosed in the United States in 2015. Approximately 27,540 men will die of the disease, accounting for 5 percent of all cancer deaths. read mo...

New screening method for prostate cancer recurrence

A common treatment for prostate cancer is a prostatectomy, in which all or part of the prostate gland is removed. Recent studies have shown that this procedure is often over-prescribed. Spatial light interference microscopy has now been used in order to identify patients at higher risk for prostate cancer recurrence, researchers report.

Fee-for-service health care may lead to higher risk for robotic prostate surgery patients

A 'perverse disincentive' for hospitals that have invested in expensive technology for robotic surgery may be jeopardizing prostate cancer patients who seek out the procedure, concludes a new study.

Unemployment linked to rise in prostate cancer deaths

The United States remains mired in an economic downturn, with over 90 million unemployed and many of the employed making less than they made before 2009. The knock-on effects of the economic downturn have been explored in economy and psychology. Show More Summary

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