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  • Rodent of the Week: Predicting which prostate cancers will spread

    prostate cancers grow slowly in many men but aggressively in others. New research suggests that a group of four molecular markers found in some tumors can be used to predict whether the cancer will spread.

  • Doctors Issue New Guidelines on Spotting, Treating Enlarged Prostate

    Title: Doctors Issue New Guidelines on Spotting, Treating Enlarged prostate Category: Health News Created: 2/4/2011 4:05:00 PM Last Editorial Review: 2/7/2011

  • New therapy fights prostate cancer with patient?s own blood

    Ron London will turn 79 this month, and despite advanced prostate cancer, he wants to get back to pl

  • AstraZeneca Halts Prostate Cancer Drug Trial

    NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Drugmaker AstraZeneca said Monday a Phase III study of zibotentan monotherapy in patients with prostate cancer will be stopped since the drug is unlikely to meet its endpoints of progression free survival and overall survival. "AstraZeneca felt it was prudent to take an early view on the progress of Study 15 following the announcement in September 2010 that ENTHUSE Study ...

  • Gene test may help spot lethal prostate tumors

    prostate tumors with a distinctive four-gene "signature" are far more lethal than others, laying the groundwork for a test to predict which tumors need aggressive treatment, U.S. researchers said on Wednesday.

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