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  • Prostate cancer treatment very effective (The Auburn Citizen)

    prostate cancer treatments available now are highly effective and survival rates approach 100 percent - when the cancer is detected early.

  • Prostate cancer survivor pushes free screenings (Port Arthur News)

    prostate cancer survivor Eli Stelly is doing everything he can to encourage people to get a free prostate screening for men with limited income.

  • Local golfers raise money for prostate cancer research (Salisbury Post)

    Local golfers had a good time Saturday and raised more than $2,900 to support Arnold Palmer's Battle for Prostate Cancer Research Funds. One hundred twenty-five men and women participated in the fundraiser at McCanless Golf Club.

  • Asian men more likely to survive prostate cancer (Reuters via Yahoo!7 Health)

    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - In a study of prostate cancer patients living in California, most Asian men with the disease survived longer than their white counterparts.

  • Unique Grape Skin Extract Inhibits Prostate Cancer Cell Growth (Environmental News Network)

    WASHINGTON - Laboratory experiments show that an extract of the skin of muscadine grapes can inhibit growth of prostate cancer cells in the laboratory. Investigators found that muscadine grape skin extract produced this result even though it does not contain significant amounts of resveratrol, another grape skin component that has been widely studied and shown to be of potential benefit in ...

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