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Statement from ZERO President and CEO Jamie Bearse on the Proposed Ameri...

"Adequate and affordable health insurance coverage is a crucial factor in fighting prostate cancer. A growing body of evidence demonstrates that patients with coverage that includes no or low cost testing and a full-spectrum of ...

Purdue, IU Team Up to Create Prostate Cancer Detection Device

Purdue University researchers and Indiana University doctors are joining forces to develop an imaging device that can detect prostate cancer in a less invasive way. Read more ...

Men’s Health: Eating Broccoli May Lower Risk of Prostate Cancer

According to Oregon State University, increasing your intake of cruciferous vegetables such as broccoli may lower the risk of developing prostate cancer. Cruciferous vegetables are high in sulforaphanes, which are compounds that help in the ...

TRT Does Not Appear to Increase PCa Risk

A population-based study showed no association between total prostate cancer risk and testosterone replacement therapy (TRT), though the study also showed that men who received TRT for over a year had a decreased risk of ...
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Dietary Anti-Cancer Compound May Work by Influence on Cellular Genetics

Researchers have discovered one of the reasons why broccoli may be good for your health. They found that sulforaphane, a dietary compound from broccoli that's known to help prevent prostate cancer, may work through its ...
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Genetic Association with Aggressive Prostate Cancer Discovered

A genetic connection to the aggressive form of prostate cancer has been discovered by researchers. The study showed a threefold increase in the risk of aggressive prostate cancer for men with the genetic mutation. The ...

Antidepressant Drugs May Slow Spread of Prostate Cancer, Study Suggests

This discovery could pave the way to treating men with advanced prostate cancer with old-style antidepressant drugs. Scientists working with mice found that an enzyme called MAOA activated signals that made it easier for prostate ...

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