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  • African-American men are at higher risk of prostate cancer (The Huntington Herald-Dispatch)

    HUNTINGTON -- The month of September is prostate Cancer Awareness month, and the My Brother's Keeper program at the Ebenezer Medical Outreach is encouraging more African-American men to have screenings.

  • Pain In Prostate Biopsy And Best Method To Alleviate It (Medical News Today)

    Researchers at Mayo Clinic have evaluated the major sources of pain for some men during in-office prostate biopsy and an anesthetic method that can best lessen it. Findings will be presented in two abstracts Thursday at the annual meeting of the North Central Section of the American Urological Association in San Diego. [click link for full article]

  • 10 things men must know about prostate cancer (MSNBC)

    More men than ever are being diagnosed with prostate cancer in the United States. Many men wisely research the disease once they know they have it, but it's even smarter to have a few facts on file beforehand.

  • Antisoma presents positive PSA data from AS1404 phase II trial in prostate cancer (Market Wire via Yahoo! Finance)

    London, UK and Boston, Mass: 18 September 2006 - Cancer drug developer Antisoma plc announces the presentation of the first findings from its ongoing phase II trial of AS1404 in hormone-refractory prostate cancer.

  • Prostate Cancer Screenings Slated (RedNova)

    Lancaster General Cancer Center and area physicians are providing free prostate cancer screenings during September. Screenings will be offered from 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20, at Southeast Lancaster Health Services, 625 S. Duke St.; from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, Sept.

  • Hospital offers free prostate cancer screenings (Macomb Daily)

    Mount Clemens Regional Medical Center is offering free prostate cancer screenings at the upcoming Men's Health Fair to be held from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sept. 20.

  • Prostate surgery sidelines Frasier (Coos Bay World Link)

    Coos County Chief Deputy District Attorney R. Paul Frasier is recuperating from prostate cancer surgery and is on paid medical leave until at least the beginning of November.

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