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  • High-fat foods and meat may not be linked to prostate cancer (ABC 7 Chicago)

    Eating lots of high fat food and meat does not appear to have an impact on prostate cancer, according to a new study in the International Journal of Cancer.

  • WIS and Doctors Care sponsor free prostate cancer screening (WIS News 10 Columbia)

    This year, more than 3,000 men across the state of South Carolina will be diagnosed with prostate cancer, and more than 10 percent will die from the disease. That's why WIS is teaming up with Doctors Care and the National prostate Cancer Coalition (NPCC) to provide free prostate cancer screenings in Columbia today.

  • Prostate cancer no worse in African Americans (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

    A new study refutes the long-held belief that prostate cancer tumors are more aggressive in African-American men than in Caucasian men.

  • Study Supports Change to Prostate Cancer Biopsy (

    Title: Study Supports Change to Prostate Cancer Biopsy Category: Health News Created: 10/3/2007 2:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 10/3/2007

  • Prostate cancer treatment may encourage spread of cancer cells (News-Medical-Net)

    According to a new study by researchers in the U.S. the popular prostate cancer treatment, androgen deprivation therapy, may in fact encourage the spread of cancer cells throughout the body.

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