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  • Aiding the prostate cancer fight (The Charlotte Observer)

    Charlotte Latin wrestler Peter McClelland and assistant coach David Paige today will launch a worthy cause. They organized the Charlotte All-Star Classic at 7 p.m. at Latin, and all benefits will go to the prostate Cancer Foundation. It will be a dual-team format with wrestlers from throughout Charlotte schools. ?We want this to be a fun event that also has an impact,? McClelland said. ?I ...

  • Protein Encourages Cell Growth And Migration In Prostate Cancer (Science Daily)

    Researchers have identified a protein, proepithelin, that appears to play a significant role in the growth and migration of prostate cancer cells, especially androgen-independent prostate cancer cells.

  • Some older men may safely stop PSA testing (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

    Men who are 75-80 years old and have a low prostate specific antigen (PSA) level -- that is, less than less than 3 nanograms per milliliter -- are unlikely to develop life-threatening prostate cancer during their remaining life span, according to newly reported findings.

  • Former Yankee third baseman Graig Nettles feeling as good as gold (New York Daily News)

    It's been a year since Graig Nettles went public with the news of his prostate cancer and the former Yankee third baseman says he's doing just fine. "Hopefully that's all been taken care of and I'm cancer free," said Nettles.

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