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Prostate News Archive


  • Men urged to start prostate screening when they hit 50 (Deseret Morning News)

    They've seen prostate cancer in men as young as 38 or 39, but most cases are diagnosed in men in their 60s and beyond, Dr. George Middleton and Dr. Blake Johnson said during Saturday's Deseret Morning News/Intermountain Healthcare Hotline.

  • Prostate-cancer patients have options (Deseret Morning News)

    Men diagnosed with prostate cancer there will be nearly a quarter-million new cases this year in America have several treatment options to discuss with their doctors.

  • Surgery for Atom Scientist (New York Times)

    Abdul Qadeer Khan whom many Pakistanis still revere as the father of their country?s atomic bomb, underwent surgery for prostate cancer.

  • Free prostate screenings set today in Alexandria (The Town Talk)

    The Alexandria Regional Cancer Control Coalition will hold its third annual prostate cancer screenings from 8 a.m. to noon today at the Rapides Primary Health Care Center in Alexandria. Screenings are free.

  • Briefs: Free prostate exams offered (The Herald-Sun)

    CHAPEL HILL -- UNC Health Care urologists will offer free prostate examinations to members of the public from 1 to 7 p.m. Sept. 27 and 28. Appointments are not required, but those interested are encouraged to make an appointment by calling 966-1316.

  • Prostate screenings urged (Deseret Morning News)

    Although prostate cancer is very treatable when detected early, an estimated 27,000 American men will die from it this year. And nearly a quarter million will be diagnosed with the condition as well.

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