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  • Baptist to perform clinical trial of prostate cancer therapy (BizJournals)

    A collaboration of Baptist Memorial Health Care Corp. and local urologists is the first group in the nation approved for Phase III clinical trials of a prostate cancer therapy that destroys cancer cells with sound waves.

  • Free prostate cancer screenings available (The State)

    Churches and civic groups in Richland, Lexington, Fairfield and Pickens counties are invited to participate in the Real Men prostate Health Campaign from March 1 to Sept. 30.

  • Baptist and UroCenter to Participate in Prostate Cancer Clinical Study (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)

    The UroCenter, a partnership between Baptist Memorial Health Care and the physicians at the UroCenter, is the first site in the nation approved by the Food and Drug Administration for a Phase III clinical study to test a noninvasive therapy that uses ultrasound technology to treat localized prostate cancer.

  • Men With Prostate Cancer Optimistic (RedNova)

    Men treated for prostate cancer feel optimistic about their condition over time and have a high level of trust for their doctors, says a British researcher.

  • Miraculins Announces Completion of Patient Enrollment in Pivotal Prostate Cancer Biomarker Study (SYS-CON Media)

    Miraculins Inc. (TSX VENTURE: MOM), a biotechnology company dedicated to the discovery and validation of cancer biomarkers for use in developing diagnostic tools and therapeutic products is pleased to announce the completion of patient enrollment in its PCSC04 study.

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