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  • Senator Michael Gibbons Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer (KOLR/KSFX Ozarks)

    (Jefferson City) -- Senate President Pro Tem Michael Gibbons will have surgery for prostate cancer next month. Gibbons announced yesterday that he was diagnosed with prostate cancer.

  • Veggies, wine ward off prostate woes (TVNZ)

    Men who want to avoid developing the benign but bothersome prostate enlargement that typically accompanies ageing should cut their intake of fat and red meat, eat more vegetables, and have a couple of drinks a day, a new study suggests.

  • St. Clair County Health Department offers prostate cancer tests (Collinsville Herald)

    The St. Clair County Health Department, a member of the Prostate Cancer Alliance, will provide two prostrate cancer education tests and a free prostate-specific antigen blood test to men over 40, along with a brief education session on prostrate cancer. The PSA test is used to screen and detect prostate cancer in its earliest stages.

  • Prostate, breast cancer topic of workshops Feb. 28 (The Sudbury Star)

    The Northern Ontario School of Medicine (NOSM) will hold the third in a series of four public education workshops Feb. 28, this one focusing on prostate cancer and breast cancer. This workshop will focus on the most common cancers among Canadian men and women. Participants will learn about signs [...]

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