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Prostate News Archive

19-Jan-2008

  • No discrimination in prostate test payments: panel (CTV.ca)

    Men who have to pay for prostate screening tests are not being discriminated against, even though women get many cancer screenings for free, the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal ruled Thursday.


  • Robotic Prostate Cancer Surgery Performed On Two Brothers, Just Hours Apart (Medical News Today)

    "We are blessed to have each other to depend on. If you have to go through something bad like cancer, you're glad to have a friend to go through it with," said one of two brothers from Savannah, Georgia recovering from robotic prostate cancer surgery. The two siblings flew to The Mount Sinai Medical Center in New York to have lifesaving surgery on the same day this week. Dr. David B. Samadi, M.D.


  • Prostate exam fees not sexist, human rights tribunal rules (CBC via Yahoo! Canada News)

    B.C. men will have to continue to pay for prostate cancer screening.


  • Mislabled Supplement Spurred Prostate Cancer: Report (HealthCentral.com)

    Copyright 2008 ScoutNews LLC. All rights reserved. FRIDAY, Jan. 18 (HealthDay News) -- A mislabeled over-the-counter product described as a dietary supplement appears to have contributed to the development of aggressive prostate cancer in two men, researchers report.


  • Mislabled Supplement Spurred Prostate Cancer: Report (HealthDay via Yahoo! News)

    FRIDAY, Jan. 18 (HealthDay News) -- A mislabeled over-the-counter product described as a dietary supplement appears to have contributed to the development of aggressive prostate cancer in two men, researchers report.


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