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  • Baptist Medical Center Creates New Web Page for Prostate Treatment Options in Mississippi (PRWeb)

    In an effort to educate men on their prostate cancer treatment options in Mississippi, Baptist created a new web page to explain the variety of treatments. (PRWeb Jun 29, 2007) Post Comment:Trackback URL:

  • Can Changing Your Lifestyle Help Treat Prostate Cancer? (Newswise)

    Up to 73% of men with prostate cancer take nonprescription supplements, and smaller numbers use diet, exercise, or both in the hope of improving their outcome. Most of these men also receive conventional therapy, but a few depend on lifestyle alone. The appeal of lifestyle therapy is obvious--but does it work? Experts don't know, though research raises hope that it may have a beneficial impact.

  • Teeing off against prostate cancer (

    The memory of Bruce Butterworth lives on at Cedarhurst Golf Club. The second annual golf tournament in Mr. Butterworth?s name is slated for next month, with proceeds donated to the Prostate Cancer Research Fund of Canada.

  • Impotence and Incontinence Greatly Reduced With New Prostate Cancer Treatment (PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance)

    Up to 79% preservation of potency and less than 2% incontinence are the striking results of a clinical study in which over 300 men received an innovative treatment for prostate cancer.

  • Pardee Hospital to participate in prostate cancer research study (Asheville Citizen-Times)

    HENDERSONVILLE -- The Comprehensive Cancer Center at Pardee Hospital has teamed up with researchers at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center to participate in a national cancer study for prostate cancer patients.

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