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  • For Men, a Saving Surgery: Twenty-Five Years Ago, Patrick C. Walsh Devised a Prostate-Cancer Operation That Allowed ... (RedNova)

    By Marie McCullough, The Philadelphia Inquirer Apr. 30--In 1982, the surgical cure for prostate cancer was considered worse than the disease. Removing the prostate meant life-threatening bleeding, guaranteed impotence, and a 1 in 4 chance of incontinence.

  • Prostate cancer worries women (Daily Telegraph)

    WOMEN are initially more distressed by prostate cancer than their male partners who are diagnosed with the disease, a study has found.

  • GTX Shares Fall on Study Concern (AP via Yahoo! Finance)

    Shares of biotechnology company GTX Inc. stumbled Monday on concerns on the risks involved with a late-stage study of the company's prostate cancer drug Acapodene.

  • EPCA-2 testing more accurate way to identify cancer in the prostate (News-Medical-Net)

    New studies of a blood protein recently identified at Johns Hopkins, early prostate cancer antigen-2 (EPCA-2), may change the way men are screened for prostate cancer - a disease that kills tens of thousands of men every year.

  • IMA meet on prostate enlargement (Indian Express via Yahoo! India News)

    A clinical meeting was organised on Sunday by the Indian Medical Association on Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia clinical manifestations and management . The meeting was presided over by Dr Diwakar Dalela, the HOD, Urology Department, King George s Medical University (KGMU). Around 20 to 30 doctors from all over the city attended the meting. They later approached Dr Dalela for their queries regarding ...

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