Prostate Cancer WisdomCard

DNA markers may predict impotence after prostate cancer - Vitals

vitals.nbcnews.com — “DNA markers may predict impotence after prostate cancer - VitalsView full resource at vitals.nbcnews.com

  • View Related
  • Share

Most Recently Shared on September 27, 2012 at 2:07 pm By:

prostatediaries john clay mchugh Physician, Doctor, Surgeon, and Urologist

Impotent after prostate therapy? DNA may predict: New research has discovered genetic markers that appear to ind... http://t.co/O9gxrsAD

2 years ago...

Men, get your annual prostate cancer exam - Your Houston News: Living

yourhoustonnews.com — “THE WOODLANDS – With the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force’s recent recommendation against prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening for prostate cancer in healthy males, men are likely to be more confused than ever. But, two local urologists affiliated with Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital want to set the record straight and encourage men to schedule their annual exam.View full resource at yourhoustonnews.com

  • View Related
  • Share

Most Recently Shared on September 26, 2012 at 9:28 am By:

prostatediaries john clay mchugh Physician, Doctor, Surgeon, and Urologist

Men, get your annual prostate cancer exam: THE WOODLANDS – With the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force’s recent... http://t.co/UIMowHJx

2 years ago...

Making Cancer Awareness a Priority, ennTV #16, 3 of 4 - YouTube

youtube.com — “In this episode of ennTV, Janssen Biotech, Inc. teams up with R&B musician and prostate cancer survivor Charlie Wilson and author Andrea King Collier to help...View full resource at youtube.com

  • View Related
  • Share

Most Recently Shared on September 24, 2012 at 8:56 pm By:

Vote: Should men get PSA tests to screen for prostate cancer? - Health Blog - WSJ

blogs.wsj.com — “Prostate cancer hits one in six American men in their lifetimes, though in most cases it progresses so slowly that it would never cause problems. PSA tests can give an early warning of prostate cancer. But PSA tests also give many false alarms, prompting more than one million unnecessary biopsies every year.View full resource at blogs.wsj.com

  • View Related
  • Share

Most Recently Shared on September 10, 2012 at 7:00 pm By:

FightCancer FightCancer Health News

Vote: Should men get PSA tests to screen for prostate cancer? http://t.co/ffpFLxRM

2 years ago...

Surgery unneeded for most early-stage prostate cancer, study says - latimes.com

latimes.com — “Most men with early-stage prostate cancer will live just as long by monitoring their cancers, says a landmark study that could change the medical approach to the widespread disease.View full resource at latimes.com

  • View Related
  • Share

Most Recently Shared on July 19, 2012 at 1:43 am By:

LATimesscience LA Times Science Health News

Surgery unneeded for most early-stage prostate cancer, study says http://t.co/qj98Rkjv

2 years ago...

Catching a killer quicker: Two new prostate cancer tests - Topix

topix.com — “Catching a killer quicker: Two new prostate cancer tests - TopixView full resource at topix.com

  • View Related
  • Share

Most Recently Shared on June 12, 2012 at 3:24 pm By:

prostatediaries john clay mchugh Physician, Doctor, Surgeon, and Urologist

Catching a killer quicker: Two new prostate cancer tests: BACKGROUND: Prostate cancer is cancer that occurs in a... http://t.co/UmnrMRUH

2 years ago...

Cutting-Edge Technology- - Pacific Urology

pacificurology.com — “Prostate cancer survivor Jon B. embraces new “GPS” Calypso technology and recovers with minimal side effects. “You have prostate cancer.” NoView full resource at pacificurology.com

  • View Related
  • Share

Most Recently Shared on May 1, 2012 at 4:24 pm By:

PacificUrology BayArea Urology Physician Group

#Prostate #cancer survivor embraces new “GPS” Calypso technology & recovers with minimal side effects. http://t.co/2LdQ7Yuz

2 years ago...

Warren Buffett’s Prostate Cancer Treatment « WebMD Newsroom

blogs.webmd.com — “WebMD's editorial staff on the latest news from the world of health.View full resource at blogs.webmd.com

  • View Related
  • Share

Most Recently Shared on April 18, 2012 at 8:23 pm By:

WebMDMagazine Andi Gabrick, WebMD Health Magazine

Warren Buffett’s Prostate Cancer Treatment: By Daniel J. DeNoon Warren Buffett, CEO of Berkshire... http://t.co/2ZzQ2CwJ via @WebMD_News

2 years ago...

Relative 10-year survival after surgery, EBRT, or brachytherapy in the PSA era « THE "NEW" PROSTATE CANCER INFOLINK

prostatecancerinfolink.net — “Relative 10-year survival after surgery, EBRT, or brachytherapy in the PSA era « THE "NEW" PROSTATE CANCER INFOLINKView full resource at prostatecancerinfolink.net

  • View Related
  • Share

Most Recently Shared on February 20, 2012 at 1:47 pm By:

prostatediaries john clay mchugh Physician, Doctor, Surgeon, and Urologist

Relative 10-year survival after surgery, EBRT, or brachytherapy in the PSA era: A new study on relative rates of... http://t.co/3itaooP5

2 years ago...

New Type of Prostate Cancer Pill Extends Lives

webmd.com — “An experimental pill that works differently than other prostate cancer drugs extended the lives of men with spreading cancer by an average of nearly five months.View full resource at webmd.com

  • View Related
  • Share

Most Recently Shared on February 1, 2012 at 12:57 am By:

Inherited high-risk mutation for prostate cancer identified - ONA

oncologynurseadvisor.com — “Researchers have discovered a rare but recurrent mutation that increases the risk of hereditary prostate cancer by 10 to 20 times.View full resource at oncologynurseadvisor.com

  • View Related
  • Share

Most Recently Shared on January 26, 2012 at 2:29 pm By:

Milk consumption in adolescence may increase prostate cancer risk

medicalxpress.com — “(Medical Xpress) -- While people have been told for years about the importance of milk in a diet for children, a new study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology says that milk consumption in large quantities in adolescence can increase the risk of advanced prostate cancer.View full resource at medicalxpress.com

  • View Related
  • Share

Most Recently Shared on January 2, 2012 at 4:37 pm By:

Cancer_PC Prostate Cancer OW OW Health

Milk consumption in adolescence may increase prostate cancer risk: (Medical Xpress) -- While people have been to... http://t.co/Nf722P4F

2 years ago...

New imaging agent has an appetite for dangerous prostate tumors

medicalxpress.com — “Non-invasive imaging detects prostate cancer earlier than ever before, but can't accurately distinguish between malignant and benign disease. According to Lawson Health Research Institute's Drs. John Lewis and Len Luyt, a new molecular imaging probe could be the answer.View full resource at medicalxpress.com

  • View Related
  • Share

Most Recently Shared on December 8, 2011 at 5:10 pm By:

FightCancer FightCancer Health News

New imaging agent has an appetite for dangerous prostate tumors http://t.co/o1ygd43J

2 years ago...

Contraceptive pill associated with increased prostate cancer risk worldwide, study finds

sciencedaily.com — “Use of the contraceptive pill is associated with an increased risk of prostate cancer around the globe, new research finds.View full resource at sciencedaily.com

  • View Related
  • Share

Most Recently Shared on November 15, 2011 at 5:02 am By:

Dr_Steve Steve Vasilev, MD Surgeon, Physician, Doctor, and ObGyn Physician

Estrogen in contraceptive pills may increase prostate cancer risk. New study. Hmm, something to consider: http://t.co/qVirvnPD

2 years ago...

Study shows increased prostate cancer risk from vitamin E supplements

sciencedaily.com — “Men who took 400 international units of vitamin E daily had more prostate cancers compared to men who took a placebo. The findings showed that, per 1,000 men, there were 76 prostate cancers in men who took only vitamin E supplements, vs. 65 in men on placebo over a seven-year period, or 11 more cases per 1,000 men. This represents a 17 percent increase in prostate cancers relative to those who took a placebo.View full resource at sciencedaily.com

  • View Related
  • Share

Most Recently Shared on October 11, 2011 at 9:29 pm By:

sciencedaily sciencedaily Health News

Study shows increased prostate cancer risk from vitamin E supplements: Men who took 400 international unit... http://t.co/tnSMdhxu

3 years ago...