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  • Prostate cancer most common form (Adelaide Now)

    prostate cancer has surpassed colorectal cancer as the most common cancer diagnosed in Australia, a new report shows.

  • New Method For Combating Prostate Cancer Developed By Hebrew University Barenholz Prize Winner (Medical News Today)

    A novel method of drug delivery to inhibit the growth of prostate cancer cells has been developed by a doctoral candidate in pharmacy at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.The student, Danny Goldstein, received the Barenholz Prize for Creativity and Originality in Applied Research for his work. The award, named for its donor, Yehezkel Barenholz, the Dr. Daniel G. [click link for full article]

  • Finally, an alternative for prostate cancer treatment. (Hot Springs Village Voice)

    We're the first clinic in Arkansas to specialize in hope. Arkansas Urology is the first clinic in Arkansas to offer cryosurgery for the treatment of prostate and kidney cancer. Cryosurgery is less invasive than traditional surgery, involving only a small incision or insertion through the skin, and uses argon gas to produce ice that destroys abnormal tissue.

  • Free Prostate Cancer Screenings (FOX 12 Idaho)

    Boise, Idaho -- Men across the Treasure Valley are able to get screened for prostate cancer for free. It's estimated that one in six men will develop the cancer in their lifetime, but if detected early, it's proven to be highly curable.

  • Fish Oil Might Slow Prostate Cancer (iVillage Total Health)

    A new study with mice suggests that diets high in omega-3 fatty acids from fish might help slow prostate cancer. The comparable levels of dietary omega-3s used in the study "are much higher than the average Western diet, but they are not unachievable," said senior researcher Yong Chen, a professor of cancer biology at Wake Forest University School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, N.C.

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