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  • Low-carb diet may stunt prostate tumors (

    Tumor growth was stalled and survival rates lengthened in mice fed a low-carbohydrate diet, U.S. researchers found. The study, published in the journal prostate, found mice fed a low-fat but high-carbohydrate diets had larger tumors. The mice on a diet h...

  • Safeway Inc. and the Prostate Cancer Foundation to Fund Landmark Prostate Cancer Research Collaboration (Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance)

    WASHINGTON, D.C.----Safeway Inc. and the prostate Cancer Foundation today announced they will collectively donate $6 million to fund the S.T.A.R. Program , an innovative research initiative focused on exploring the role of targeted heat in cancer therapy to treat prostate cancer, as well as other research strategies.

  • Sex possible after prostate surgery (Detroit News)

    Dear Dr. Donohue: I am 77 and have been "watchfully waiting" with an enlarged prostate for 20 years. Is there sex after prostate removal?

  • Cutting Carbohydrates May Help Stunt The Growth Of Prostate Tumors (Medical News Today)

    A diet low in carbohydrates may help stunt the growth of prostate tumors, according to a new study led by Duke Prostate Center researchers. The study, in mice, suggests that a reduction in insulin production possibly caused by fewer carbohydrates may stall tumor growth."This study showed that cutting carbohydrates may slow tumor growth, at least in mice," said Stephen Freedland, M.D. [click link ...

  • New Technology Used to Treat Prostate Cancer (WTVO/WQRF Rockford)

    Rockford, IL- Men in the stateline facing a diagnosis of prostate cancer now have a new option to fight their disease. The "da Vinci Surgical System" offers the most advanced technology and is minimally-invasive robotic surgery.

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