Just How Effective Is PSA Screening?
NEW ORLEANS - Prostate cancer screening with prostate-specific antigen blood testing appears to have a more favorable benefit-to-harm trade-off than originally estimated...
21 hours ago - MedPageToday
Plant-based diet may lower prostate cancer risk, lead to favorable outcomes
A systematic review of 31 studies showed favorable results supporting the incorporation of a plant-based diet for men at risk for or diagnosed with prostate cancer. The...
1 day ago - Healio - 2 articles
Mental Health Issues Common, Often Overlooked in Prostate Cancer
NEW ORLEANS - More than a third of men with newly diagnosed prostate cancer had at least one mental health issue, which had a strong association with prior psychological...
2 days ago - MedPageToday
Deep learning-based evaluation of prostate lesions useful during active surveillance
A deep-learning algorithm detected prostate lesions on multiparametric MRI and tracked lesions throughout the disease course among a subset of patients on active surveillance...
2 days ago - Healio
Most Men With Low-Risk Prostate Tumors Now Forgoing Treatment
Acceptance of active surveillance for low-risk prostate cancer hit a record high in 2021, although the US still lags internationally, new figures showed. Medscape Medical News
4 days ago - Medscape
Researchers discover new gene that confers resistance to prostate cancer treatment
Northwestern Medicine investigators have identified a gene that confers resistance to a common prostate cancer treatment, according to a study published in Cancer Research.
6 days ago - News Medical - 5 articles
New trial to fight advanced prostate cancer
A world-first trial is investigating a new approach to fighting advanced prostate cancer.
6 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Prostate cancer patients benefit from precision oncology
Researchers at the University of Bern and University Hospital Bern have achieved a breakthrough in a particularly aggressive form of prostate cancer.
7 days ago - News Medical
Is Quitting Smoking Good for Prostate Cancer?
A new study contributes to a more complete picture of the association between smoking and the risk of death from prostate cancer.
8 days ago - Medindia Health
Prostate Cancer Screening Drops Dramatically in Middle-aged Men After U.S. Preventive Services Task Force Recommendation
PSA testing has dropped significantly in middle-aged men after a 2012 recommendation that all men should not be routinely screened for prostate cancer, according to a new study...
8 days ago - BWH
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US, other countries report new cases of monkeypox
The CDC on Wednesday confirmed that a Massachusetts resident who traveled from Canada via private transportation was infected with monkeypox virus, the first U.S. case of...
Study reveals standard heart attack treatment has “potentially damaging effects”
A study published in the Journal of the American College of CardiologyÂ and conducted by researchers from the Indiana University School of MedicineÂ has found that standard...
HUGE stockpiles of baby formula found at the border, proving the shortage...
Video footage has emerged to show that the ongoing baby formula shortage is being deliberately engineered by the powers that be. A massive stockpile of baby formula was spotted...
Vaccine Safety Research Foundation data shows nobody under the age of 60...
Data from over 1,500 death reports showed that nobody under the age of 60 should get the COVID vaccine. An analysis done by the Vaccine Safety Research Foundation Executive...
Cranberries could improve memory and ward off dementia
University of East Anglia researchers found eating 100g of antioxidant-rich cranberries daily significantly improves recall and brain preservation.
Britons eat 900 more calories a day than they think - the equivalent of 3...
Researchers at the University of Essex analysed food diaries filled out by over 200 Britons. They then tracked how much energy they actually burned, in order to find any disparity.
Health chiefs probe gay bars and saunas amid monkeypox outbreak in UK
Health chiefs in the UK are probing venues visited by six gay or bisexual men who tested positive in the past week. They include bars, clubs and saunas, according to the WHO.
Top in hem/onc: Clotting risk in long COVID; insurance advice for physicians
A recent study showed that patients with long COVID had a greater risk for abnormal blood clotting. Researchers said the findings suggest there is a potential role for...
More severe CKD increases risk for poor COVID-19 outcomes with type 2 diabetes
SAN DIEGO - Adults with type 2 diabetes hospitalized with COVID-19 are more likely to be admitted to the ICU, require mechanical ventilation or die if they have more advanced...
Second primary melanomas show no increased mortality risk
Patients with second primary melanomas showed significant survival advantage and thinner lesions compared with those with single primary melanomas, according to a study...