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[8/9/2013] Berg Partners With Department of Defense Research Center and Mili...

[8/7/2013] UCLA prostate cancer research program receives $11.6 million fede...

[8/5/2013] A Blast from the Past: a Prostate Cancer Fundraiser at the Hampto...

[7/30/2013] North Shore-LIJ Offering New Radium Treatment for Prostate Cancer...

[7/29/2013] Decision aids associated with increase in informed decision makin...

[7/18/2013] AACC Annual Meeting Breaking Science Includes New Tests to Detect...

[7/16/2013] Prostate cancers are fewer, smaller on walnut-enriched diet

[7/15/2013] Rancid Fish Oil Capsules May Partly Explain Omega-3 and Prostate ...

[6/25/2013] 'Active surveillance' may miss aggressive prostate cancer...

[6/25/2013] New study on popular prostate cancer protein provides insight int...

[6/19/2013] Moffitt Cancer Center researchers identify genetic variants predi...

[6/17/2013] Observation is safe, cost-saving in low-risk prostate cancer

[6/17/2013] New medication treats drug-resistant prostate cancer in the labor...

[6/17/2013] New drug proving effective in attacking advanced prostate cancer

[6/17/2013] Exposure to BPA in developing prostate increases risk of later ca...

[6/17/2013] Exposure to low doses of BPA linked to increased risk of prostate...

[6/12/2013] New Study Links Poor Sleep and Prostate Cancer


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