Latest Prostate cancer screening Stories
MONTREAL, Nov. 3, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ - Prostate cancer remains the most common cancer and the third most common cause of cancer-related deaths in Canadian men.
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Man Up Mahoning Valley, HMHP Cancer Centers, HMHP Development Foundation and NEO Urology Team Up to Drive Age-Appropriate Prostate Cancer Screenings. Youngstown,
Men deserve to know where they stand to have a fighting chance and with early detection, the survival rate for prostate cancer can be over 90 per cent TORONTO, Oct.
Task Force says harms of PSA screening outweigh the benefits OTTAWA, Oct.
Prostate Cancer Canada grant aims to accelerate pace of discovery of novel therapies TORONTO, Sept.
Additional Tests to Demonstrate the Importance of Utilizing Multiple Biological Pathways to Provide Patients, Physicians with Confidence to Make Educated Treatment Decisions CAMBRIDGE,
New genetic links to prostate cancer can identify men at higher risk and may lead to targeted screening, according to researchers at CPIC and colleagues. Fremont,
Prostate Cancer Survivor Joe Torre, Three Prominent Advocacy Organizations and Genomic Health Partner to Encourage Men to Seek Genomic Testing to Enable More Confident Treatment Decisions and Avoid
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