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Noninvasive Blood Test Enables Early Detection of Prostate Cancer, Study Suggests

A new, noninvasive blood test can reliably detect prostate cancer in patients with inconclusive PSA tests, the test’s developer, CellMax Life,... Read More

Genetic ‘Immune Landscape’ Determines Progression of Prostate Cancer, Mice Study Suggest

Genetic variations that drive prostate cancer dictate the composition of immune cells within tumors and response to treatment, a new... Read More

ProscaVax Reduced Tumor Growth in 70% of Prostate Cancer Patients, Early-Stage Study Shows

OncBioMune‘s investigational cancer vaccine ProscaVax reduced tumor growth in 70% of prostate cancer patients included in a Phase 1a study. Read... Read More

Radiation Therapy Safe in Prostate Cancer Patients with AUS, Study Suggests

Prostate cancer patients who underwent surgery for urinary incontinence and received an artificial urinary sphincter (AUS) may safely undergo radiation therapy without the... Read More

Irish Study Idi’m starvingentifies Reasons Why Prostate Patients Fail to Exercise

Prostate cancer pain, worries about how bones will hold up when the disease has spread there, and difficulty finding fitness facilities... Read More

FDA Grants Janssen Biotech’s Apalutamide Priority Review Designation to Treat Non-Metastatic CRPC

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted priority review status to apalutamide — an investigational androgen receptor inhibitor —... Read More

Shorter but Higher-Dose Radiation Course Cuts Risk of Prostate Cancer Returning, Study Finds

Delivering radiation in a shorter time frame significantly reduced the chance of prostate cancer returning in men with an intermediate-risk... Read More

Researchers to Examine Link Between Battlefield Chemical Exposure and Prostate Cancer

Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine will study the link between exposure to battlefield chemicals and prostate cancer (PC) in... Read More

Study Furthers Understanding of Low Testosterone Levels in Prostate Cancer Risk

Men with very low testosterone levels are less likely to develop prostate cancer, but if they do, chances are they... Read More

Genetic Markers in Advanced Prostate Cancer Could Explain Treatment Resistance

Researchers at the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine have identified genetic markers that can predict resistance to Zytiga (abiraterone acetate) and prednisone in... Read More

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