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Better treatment for aggressive prostate cancer

New research from CU Cancer Center member Scott Cramer, PhD, and his colleagues could help in the treatment of men... Read More

No panacea: Cancer trial participation does not eliminate disparities for poor patients

Even with access to a clinical trial, cancer patients living in the poorest neighborhoods in America have a nearly 30... Read More

Less than two percent of US-funded cancer studies make the online news

A new analysis of U.S.-funded cancer research shows that online news stories mention significantly fewer studies than do other forms... Read More

$1m grant funds research on potential new RX for prostate cancer

The Biomedical Laboratory Research and Development Branch of the Veterans Administration (VA) has awarded Hari Koul, PhD, Professor and Interim... Read More

NE Ohio initiative to increase prostate cancer screening in African Americans

CLEVELAND–African American men in Cuyahoga County have a 60% increased risk of being diagnosed with prostate cancer and an 80%... Read More

Fixer-upper: Understanding the DNA repair toolkit to chart cancer evolution

The ongoing fight of science against cancer has made great strides, but cancer cells have not made it easy. The... Read More

‘Vanished’ or ‘hidden’ prostate cancer? Men with negative biopsies during active surveillance have good outcomes

Can early-stage prostate cancer “vanish” during follow-up? More likely the cancer is just “hidden”–either way, negative biopsies during active surveillance for... Read More

National veteran dataset will help dissect mental illness, prostate cancer connections

There appears to be an unhealthy synergy between mental illness and prostate cancer, and researchers are working to dissect the... Read More

Men who choose active surveillance for early prostate cancer often don’t follow monitoring rules

Preliminary results from a University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center study found that just 15 percent of a... Read More

Johns Hopkins faculty staff members address travails of navigating metastatic cancer survivorship

Due to advances in treatment, an ever-increasing number of patients are living longer as metastatic cancer survivors. They and their... Read More

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