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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

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

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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

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The way red meat is cooked can affect cancer risk - Health - Men's health - NBCNews.com

msnbc.msn.com — “When it comes to eating meat, a guy's choice of what he eats and how it is cooked may affect his risk of having advanced prostate cancer, a new study says.View full resource at msnbc.msn.com

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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

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CP/CPPS May Increase Risk of Colorectal Cancer - Renal and Urology News

renalandurologynews.com — “Chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome (CP/CPPS) may put men at increased risk for colorectal cancer, a study found.View full resource at renalandurologynews.com

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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

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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

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Key panel will urge men to skip prostate screening, reports say - latimes.com

latimes.com — “The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force is set to recommend that middle-aged men skip routine screening for prostate cancer, according to reports circulating Thursday.View full resource at latimes.com

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Eggs May Increase Risk Of Lethal Prostate Cancer In Healthy Men

medicalnewstoday.com — “Eating eggs may increase men's risk of developing the more lethal form of prostate cancer, concluded US researchers in a study published recently in the journal Cancer Prevention ResearchView full resource at medicalnewstoday.com

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Linking Smoking to Prostate Cancer -- Linking Fear to Smoking

marketwire.com — “NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Jun 30, 2011) - Smoking is bad for your health. Smoking causes lung cancer. These statements are common knowledge. A recent study published in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), reveals that men with prostate cancer who smoke have a 61% increased risk of...View full resource at marketwire.com

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Most Recently Shared on June 30, 2011 at 6:24 pm By:

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Linking Smoking to Prostate Cancer -- Linking Fear to Smoking: David Samadi, MD Comments on New Study Linking S... http://mwne.ws/m8tp0j

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Zytiga Extends Lives of Prostate Cancer Patients, Study Says - FoxNews.com

foxnews.com — “Zytiga, made by Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) unit Centocor Ortho Biotech, gave men with advanced prostate cancer an average of four months of extra life, according to Phase III trial results published in the New England Journal of MedicineView full resource at foxnews.com

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Obesity ups prostate cancer risk in men - Times Of India

timesofindia.indiatimes.com — “Researchers at Duke University Medical Centre have found that obese men are exposed to an elevated risk of their prostate cancer worsening than slim men. This is even after they were treated withView full resource at timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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Wellness: Prostate cancer and your options | Richmond Times-Dispatch

www2.timesdispatch.com — “You may have friends or relatives who have had to cope with prostate cancer. It is regrettably frequent, second only to skin and lung cancer as the most common cancers for men. Initially, it often is symptom-free, and it will strike one in six men during their lifetime.View full resource at www2.timesdispatch.com

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Study: Prostate Cancer Imaging Scans Often Unnecessary

webmd.com — “Thousands of men with low-risk prostate cancer are undergoing unnecessary and expensive imaging tests, while thousands of men with high-risk disease who should get the tests are not.View full resource at webmd.com

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Blackwell on Health: Genetic project touted as answer to prostate cancer challenge | Posted | National Post

news.nationalpost.com — “It is the most common malignancy for men in Canada, but how to treat prostate cancer remains a difficult challenge. Many patients can live years with the disease and suffer few symptoms or real harm. Others have a more aggressive cancer that must be treated assertively. Telling the difference is not always easy. Ultimately, doctors...View full resource at news.nationalpost.com

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