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Doctor’s Own Prostate Cancer Diagnosis Leads to Early Intervention and P...

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Dr. Michael Lazar of California HIFU shares the story of how friend and colleague Dr. Robert Pugach underwent HIFU treatment for prostate cancer following an early diagnosis with the disease. Read more ...

AUA 2017: Combination or Sequential Therapy for Castration Resistant Pro...

Dr. Chris Sweeney concluded an excellent ‘Best of Boston’ session at the 2017 AUA Annual meeting by discussing a very important topic in the setting of advanced disease, namely what combination or sequential therapy should ...

AUA 2017: Evaluation of Prebiopsy Magnetic Resonance Imaging Combined wi...

Dr. Yanai and colleagues from Japan presented their work on evaluating pre-biospy MRI combined with PSA density among men older than 75 years of age at this morning’s prostate cancer detection and screening podium session ...

AUA 2017: Do Sicker People Have Worse Prostate Cancer-Specific Outcomes ...

Lauren Howard presented the VA cohort (SEARCH) results assessing whether sicker patients have worse prostate cancer-specific outcomes after radical prostatectomy at this morning’s prostate cancer detection and screening podium session at the 2017 AUA Annual ...

20 Quick Daily Health Tips

Twenty health tips from Health Ambition! Check them out here ...

Prostate Cancer Molecular Subtyping Groups Tumors by Prognosis, Response

Molecular subtyping of prostate cancer into three categories—luminal A, luminal B, and basal—identifies differences in prognosis and response to treatment, according to a new study combining a retrospective and a prospective cohort. Read more ...

Sequencing Prostate Tumors From African-American Men Reveals a Novel Tum...

African-American men develop prostate cancer more often than other men, and it tends to be more deadly for this population. Some of the differences seem to be due to socioeconomic factors, but scientists wondered whether ...

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