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  • Prostate cancer support group: Early detection key (Marshfield News Herald)

    Learning that they have prostate cancer can be a scary proposition for men.

  • Prostate Health Is Program Topic (The Ledger)

    Heart of Florida Regional Medical Center will present a program for Men's prostate Health Month from 9 to 11 a.m. Saturday. Screenings will include a PSA blood test and digital rectal exam for $10. For questions or to pre-register, call 863-419-2449.

  • Prostate cancer seminar open to public (Santa Paula Times)

    Several prominent Ventura County physicians who are experts in the early detection, care and treatment of prostate disease will be featured at a free health seminar open to the public called, ?Prostate Cancer: Detection & Treatment Options.?

  • Marathon supports prostate cancer awareness, education (Quad-City Times)

    He is not afraid to admit it. It?s nearly the first thing Bill Palos will say, actually.

  • Davis seeks more money for prostate cancer study (Birmingham News)

    WASHINGTON - Congress should increase spending on research and early detection of prostate cancer, Rep. Artur Davis said Thursday during a forum on why black men die more often than whites from the disease.

  • Illinois: Nation of Islam Leader Is Ill (New York Times)

    Louis Farrakhan, the leader of the Nation of Islam, said in a letter to followers this month that he was seriously ill, and he asked the Nation of Islam?s leaders to carry on in his absence to make sure the movement ?will live long after I and we have gone.? Mr. Farrakhan, 73, said he began suffering pain earlier this year similar to 1998, when he was found to have prostate cancer and underwent

  • Gonorrhea linked to higher prostate cancer risk (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

    Men with a history of the sexually transmitted disease gonorrhea may face a higher risk of prostate cancer, a study suggests.

  • Prostate cancer drugs may raise health risk, study says (Contra Costa Times)

    Drugs commonly used to treat prostate cancer may increase the risk of heart disease and diabetes, indicating the treatments should be used more judiciously, researchers reported this week.

  • Black Muslim leader Farrakhan discloses illness (Reuters via Yahoo! News)

    Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, 73, has suffered new health problems relating to earlier diagnosed prostate cancer and has canceled all engagements, he said in a letter published on the Web site of his church.

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