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Michael J. Dattoli, MD
LOS ANGELES, Cali. (Ivanhoe Newswire) --About 240,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year in the U.S. One of the biggest challenges for doctors is correctly diagnosing this type of cancer. Now, there’s a new way to pinpoint prostate cancer that’s more accurate than ever.
September is prostate cancer awareness month.
Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in men but when caught early, is highly treatable.
September is Prostate cancer awareness month
COLUMBUS, Ohio (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Bread that can prevent cancer, candy to treat oral cancer; researchers are literally cooking up some super-charged versions of our favorite foods to try to prevent or treat some of the most deadly cancers.
When to test for prostate cancer
Approximately 200,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year and about 30,000 will die of their disease, according to the CDC.
SARASOTA - Prostate cancer is a dreaded disease. It's the 2nd leading cause of death for American men, and 1 man in every 6 will be diagnosed with it.
(ARA) - Prostate cancer is a growing concern in the United States as an estimated 28,170 men will die of prostate cancer in 2012, making the disease the second leading cause of cancer death in men behind lung cancer. While any man may get prostate cancer, there are certain risk factors that may place you - or your loved one - at increased risk. In particular, African-American men have among the highest reported prostate cancer incidence and mortality rates. It is estimated that one in five African American men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime.
PARIS (AP) — French President Francois Hollande has acknowledged having prostate surgery a year before he was elected, but his office says his health is now fine.
(NAPSI)—There’s hopeful news for the estimated 2.5 million American men who are currently living with prostate cancer.i Recent studies and analyses have demonstrated that men with advanced prostate cancer are now living longer than ever.ii,iii While this is encouraging, managing the disease over a longer period of time may create physical and emotional burdens for both patients and their caregivers.
Prostate cancer is the second-leading cause of cancer death among men in the United States but routine screenings can help decrease the risk.
Someone once said, build a better mouse-trap and the world will beat a path to your door. If the mouse is prostate cancer, we’ve been working on that trap for many years, making slow but significant progress.
Bone health critical issue for men with prostate cancer
(ARA) - Prostate cancer is a serious issue for men, with one in six diagnosed with the disease in their lifetime. However, it is especially important for African-American men, who have a one in five chance of being diagnosed, which is the highest incident rate than any other group in the U.S. A recent survey of 90 men showed that men with prostate cancer aren't thinking about a potentially serious health concern that nearly all patients with advanced disease will experience - bone problems.
Researchers at the UT Health Science Center injected immune-deficient mice with human prostate cancer cells. Within three to four weeks, tumors typically started to grow in a large number of these mice. The study asked whether a walnut-enriched diet versus a non-walnut diet would be associated with reduced cancer formation.
(BPT) - Every day, millions of Americans take supplements to get the vitamins and nutrients their bodies need to stay healthy. Like many others, you might take a daily fish oil supplement to get the benefits of omega-3 essential fatty acids that can be difficult to obtain through food sources alone.
A change of seasons also provides us with a chance to make some changes to our diets. There are plenty of foods that are good and good for us, that are more popular this time of year including, sweet potatoes, brussel sprouts, pomegranate seeds, apples, pumpkins, pumpkin seeds.