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[3/13/2014] Prostate specific antigen screening declines after 2012 USPSTF re...

[3/10/2014] PSA-testing and early treatment decreases risk of prostate cancer...

[3/7/2014] New approach to prostate cancer screening needed

[2/28/2014] UCLA study finds robotic-assisted prostate surgery offers better ...

[2/25/2014] More intensive radiotherapy is better than less for localized pro...

[2/12/2014] Prostate cancer advance could improve treatment options

[2/10/2014] Mayo Clinic identifies a key cellular pathway in prostate cancer

[2/4/2014] 3D mapping biopsy finds 3x prostate cancer of ultrasound-guided b...

[1/29/2014] Prostate cancer signal reawakens 'sleeper agent' cells in...

[1/24/2014] Scientists develop powerful new animal model for metastatic prost...

[1/19/2014] Researchers identify possible explanation for link between exerci...

[1/19/2014] Melatonin may lower prostate cancer risk

[1/10/2014] Researchers Develop Tool To Determine Individual Risk Of Prostate...

[1/9/2014] Researchers develop tool to determine individual risk of prostate...

[1/8/2014] Increased risk of prostate cancer in African-American men; implic...

[12/18/2013] Cleveland Clinic receives grant to study role of DNA damage in tr...

[12/18/2013] New Addition to the Prostate Cancer Roundtable Policy Agenda Addr...

[12/18/2013] Prosvent Emerges As Preferred Treatment For Enlarged Prostate

[12/16/2013] Pain drugs used in prostate gland removal linked to cancer outcom...

[12/9/2013] Better guidelines, coordination needed for prostate cancer specia...


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