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“˜New Prostate Research’ Reports on the Mental Impact of Prostate Removal and Looks at the Risks of Men With Prostate Problems Delaying Treatment

May 8, 2011

“ËœNew Prostate Research’, a TPRGlobal research news media service which gives men access to the latest prostate news, research and clinical trial information, has published two new research articles on prostate health.

Sydney, Australia (PRWEB) May 07, 2011

“ËœNew Prostate Research’, a TPRGlobal research news media service which gives men access to the latest prostate news, research and clinical trial information, has published two new research articles on prostate health.

http://www.newprostateresearch.com/

The website currently lists Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) trials being conducted in Australia and the USA. Research sites include Australian Centre for Sexual Health (St Leonards, NSW), Australia Urology Associates (Malvern, VIC), Emeritus Research (Malvern East, VIC) and Keogh Institute for Medical Research (Nedlands, WA). USA trials are being conducted at The Urology Group (Cincinnati, Ohio) and The Urology Centre of Colorado (Denver, Colorado).

“ËœNew Prostate Research’ frequently stresses the importance of informed dialogue and focuses on improving and maintaining prostate health. It offers a “Clinical Trial: Fast Locator” for men interested in participating in BPH treatment discovery.

http://www.newprostateresearch.com/clinical-trial-directory/

The new feature story, “ËœMen with prostate problems delay visiting their GP’ is based on research and information sourced from BBC News and the Prostate Foundation of Australia. The article discusses why men with prostate problems delay seeking advice and treatment and examines the association between age and increased risk of prostate conditions.

Men interested in finding out more about current Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) clinical trials in Australia and the USA should visit the “ËœNew Prostate Research’ Clinical Trials Directory.

The clinical trials directory offers 24-hour call centre numbers for potential participants to register their interest. There are also email forms to contact the research sites directly.

“ËœNew Prostate Research’ also recently published “ËœThe mental impact of prostate removal: Study shows almost half of men feel worse following prostatectomy’ ““ an article based on research from ‘The Journal of Urology’ and ‘Curetoday.com’.

The “ËœNew Prostate Research’ website is regularly updated with new research based content, and offers men direct access to research centres across Australia and the USA conducting BPH clinical trials.

About TPRGlobal http://www.TPRglobal.com

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