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  • A new diagnostic tool for prostate cancer (News-Medical-Net)

    According to the World Health Organization there are about 250,000 new cases of prostate cancer every year but, when caught in time, the disease has a cure rate of over 90%.

  • ICMH hosts free prostate screenings (Ionia Sentinel-Standard)

    IONIA - prostate Cancer is one of the most common cancers of American men and is treatable. The Sentinel-Standard places a select few of its top stories of the day on its Web site.

  • Cougar initiates prostate cancer trial (Pharmaceutical Business Review)

    Cougar Biotechnology has enrolled the first patient in a phase I trial of its drug candidate CB7630 for the treatment of advanced prostate cancer.

  • Robotics provide advance in prostate surgery (The Huntington Herald-Dispatch)

    HUNTINGTON -- More than 230,000 new cases of prostate cancer are diagnosed each year in the United States, according to the American Cancer Society. But now there is more hope for prostate cancer that requires surgery.

  • Blood test may find lung cancer (TVNZ)

    A blood test that looks for the body's own immune response to tumors may provide an easy way to find lung cancer in patients long before an xray or CT scan could, US researchers have reported.

  • M.D. Anderson opens proton therapy center (Houston Chronicle)

    Proton therapy can be used to treat cancers of the prostate, eye, lung, brain, head and neck and possibly tumors in the liver.

  • The Prostate Cancer Center at Roswell Park Cancer Institute (WIVB Buffalo)

    Roswell Park Cancer Institute offers a full range of treatment options for patients with prostate cancer.

  • $1.5M for U of A prostate cancer research (CBC via Yahoo! Canada News)

    A foundation created in memory of a Vancouver CEO has given the University of Alberta $1.5 million to create a special prostate cancer research position.

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