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Prostate Cancer News

This page features general updates about prostate cancer, research and studies, hot topics, news articles and editorials. You also might be interested in ZERO’s Blog, which features inspiring stories, commentary, and insight into news and current events from contributors throughout the prostate cancer community.

3D imaging method may help doctors better determine prostate cancer aggr...

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer for men and, for men in the United States, it’s the second leading cause of death. Some prostate cancers might be slow-growing and can be monitored over time ...

Inherited mutation linked to aggressive prostate cancer

Men who inherit mutations in a gene called TP53 have a high risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer, a multicenter research team in the United States has found. The findings were reported in the journal ...

Prostate cancer organoids pave way towards precision oncology

Scientists develop organoid models of neuroendocrine prostate cancer to study EZH2 inhibitors and reveal a potential new target. Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology, US, have developed research tools that shed new light on ...

Prostate Cancer Screening: Black Men Less Likely to Get Follow-Up MRI

Black, Hispanic and Asian men in the United States are less likely than white men to receive a follow-up MRI after a screening suggests prostate cancer, a new study finds. "We can't say definitively if ...

New strategy against treatment-resistant prostate cancer identified

A study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis has identified an RNA molecule that suppresses prostate tumors. According to the research — conducted in mice implanted with human prostate tumor samples — ...

Making Health Equity A Lasting Movement

ZERO board member Tom Bognanno recently wrote an article for Forbes about what his organization CHC: Creating Healthier Communities has envisioned for health equity in the future. He also pointed out what we can do ...

ZERO and Hop Valley Brewing Partner to Raise Awareness for Prostate Canc...

Media Contact: Jamarlo Phillips Title: Media Relations Coordinator Tel: 571-329-9095 Email: jamarlo@zerocancer.org WASHINGTON, D.C. - ZERO - The End of Prostate Cancer and Hop Valley Brewing are joining forces this November to raise awareness about prostate cancer. Hop ...

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