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  • PSA testing can predict advanced prostate cancer (EurekAlert!)

    A single prostate specific antigen (PSA) test taken before the age of 50 can be used to predict advanced prostate cancer in men up to 25 years in advance of a diagnosis, according to a new study published by researchers at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York and Lund University in Sweden.

  • Vaccine protects against prostate cancer in mice (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

    An experimental vaccine can provide long-term protection against prostate cancer in mice genetically predisposed to the disease, new research indicates.

  • Watchful Waiting OK for Prostate Cancer (

    Title: Watchful Waiting OK for Prostate Cancer Category: Health News Created: 2/14/2008 Last Editorial Review: 2/14/2008

  • Test can predict aggressive prostate cancer (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

    A single prostate cancer screening test before age 50 can help predict which men might develop aggressive forms of the disease, even 25 years before a diagnosis, researchers said on Friday.

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