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Prostate Cancer

New Test For Prostate Cancer

April 30, 2015

The simple test developed by University of Central Florida scientist Qun “Treen” Huo holds the promise of earlier detection of one of the deadliest cancers among men. It would also reduce the number of unnecessary and invasive biopsies stemming from the less precise PSA test that’s now used. “What’s different and unique about our technique […]

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Avocados and Tomatoes Can Help Prevent Prostate Cancer

January 5, 2013

UCLA lab tests showed that lutein reduced prostate cancer cell growth by 25 percent while lycopene reduced cell growth by 20 percent. When lutein and lycopene were combined, prostate cancer cell growth was reduced by 32 percent. Thus indicating that both nutrients together help protect against prostate cancer better than either nutrient alone.

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Prostate Cancer and the PSA Test

April 2, 2011

The latest Prostate cancer research from Sweden, just published in the British Medical Journal, concluded: “After 20 years of follow-up the rate of death from prostate cancer did not differ significantly between men in the screening group and those in the control group”.

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Enlarged Prostate

September 24, 2009

Men who are over forty-five may experience an enlargement of the prostate. An enlarged prostate is called benign prostate hypertrophy, or BPH. There is a huge difference between BPH and prostate cancer.

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