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  • Free prostate screenings (The Woodlands Villager)

    Special to the Villager In recognition of prostate Cancer Awareness Month, free prostate cancer screenings will be available on Saturday, September 13th at St. Luke?s The Woodlands Hospital from 8 a.m. until noon.

  • Hormone Therapy May Speed Prostate Cancer (WebMD)

    Hormone therapy can speed prostate cancer spread. University of Rochester researchers say their findings "may revolutionize the way we combat prostate cancer."

  • Prostate cancer experts to speak (The Acorn)

    The Prostate Cancer Research Institute of Los Angeles will host the Prostate Cancer Conference Sat., Sept. 6 and Sun., Sept. 7 at the Sheraton Gateway Hotel Los Angeles Airport. The conference will feature lectures from prostate cancer experts from around the country, who will discuss treatments for earlystage and relapsed cancers.

  • Health Risk Behaviors Associated With Lower Prostate Specific Antigen Awareness (Medical News Today)

    According to a study conducted at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, health risk behaviors such as smoking and obesity are associated with lower awareness of the prostate Specific Antigen (PSA), which could lead to a lower likelihood of undergoing actual prostate cancer screening.

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