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  • Hundreds Race For Prostate Cancer Awareness (KDKA Pittsburgh)

    It was a day to honor fathers, husbands, grandfathers, brothers and uncles in the 5th annual Father's Day Race/Walk for prostate Cancer at Heinz Field Riverfront Park. Video: KDKA's Stephanie Watson reports.

  • Burns leads walk for prostate cancer (TSN)

    Former NHL coach Pat Burns led a flood of marchers from the top of Montreal's Mount Royal on Saturday to raise awareness about prostate cancer. "We've been working on this a little bit to try to get some men to understand that they've got to put the 'machoism' aside," the three-time NHL coach of the year said before the walk.

  • sanofi-aventis' Taxotere gets priority review in Japan for prostate cancer (PharmaBiz)

    Sanofi-aventis announced that its anticancer drug Taxotere (docetaxel) has received priority review for a new indication by Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW) of Japan.

  • Robin Olds; General Was Flying Ace In Two Wars (Washington Post)

    Robin Olds, 84, an Air Force brigadier general who was a flamboyant legend of military aviation as a fighter pilot in World War II and Vietnam, died June 14 at his home in Steamboat Springs, Colo. He had congestive heart failure after recent bouts with prostate and lung cancer.

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