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  • Urine test may be most accurate prostate cancer test yet (

    PHILADELPHIA ? Feb. 4, 2008 ? An experimental biomarker more accurately detects prostate cancer than any other screening method currently in use, according to a newly published study.

  • Enlarged prostate: An inevitable and treatable condition (Lake County News Sun)

    Dear Savvy Senior: I have been seeing advertisements on television about older men who have erratic bathroom problems because of prostate enlargement. What can you tell me about this and can it lead to prostate cancer? -- Gotta Go Joe

  • Prostate cancer vaccine '5 years away' (The West Australian)

    A world-first therapeutic vaccine for prostate cancer could be available in five years' time, an Australian researcher says. One in nine Australian men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year and more than 3,000 die from it.

  • Peninsula psychiatrist accused of molestations has prostate cancer (San Francisco Chronicle)

    (02-04) 16:47 PST REDWOOD CITY - Dr. William Ayres, a prominent San Mateo child psychiatrist charged with molesting seven former patients, had his trial date postponed more than three months today because the 76-year-old psychiatrist has prostate cancer. "He...

  • More Dialogue On Prostate Cancer Risk Supported By Online Tool (Medical News Today)

    A comprehensive, clinical nomogram tool, the Sunnybrook prostate Cancer Risk Calculator - the first to use all known risk factors for prostate cancer - is available online to help men determine individual prostate cancer risk in consultation with their primary care physician. A nomogram is a statistical model to determine risk for disease based on risk factors using a table and chart format.

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