Thursday, July 20, 2006

Mushrooms may help combat prostate cancer

Life Style Extra - UK
NATURAL nutrients found in mushrooms are being used as a remarkably successful complementary medicine for prostate cancer. The new ...

Mushrooms may help combat prostate cancer

Fighting prostate cancer at 70

Trinidad News - Port of Spain,Trinidad and Tobago
... The doctor told him he had prostate problems. Although the news came as a surprise, St Clair had a family history of prostate cancer. ...

Fighting prostate cancer at 70

Exercise can reduce cancer treatment side effects

Reuters - USA
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Exercising can help cancer patients feel better mentally and physically, a new analysis of data from published research shows. ...

Exercise can reduce cancer treatment side effects

Health Canada approves cervical cancer vaccine

CTV.ca - Canada
... through a vaccine. Health Canada approved the vaccine Gardasil Tuesday for girls and women ages nine to 26. Gardasil prevents infection ...
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Health Canada approves cervical cancer vaccine

Cancer: the great sex divide

Daily Mail - UK - UK
A diagnosis of prostate cancer is difficult for any man to come to terms with. ... Breast cancer currently receives ten times more funding than prostate cancer. ...

Cancer: the great sex divide

Thursday, July 13, 2006

Prostate Cancer Prevention

Prostate Cancer resources and solutions can relieve the stress and anxiety when the facts are presented.
But can prostate cancer be prevented?
Medical experts do not know how to prevent prostate cancer. But they are studying many factors. They do know that not smoking, maintaining a healthy diet, staying physically active, and seeing your doctor regularly contribute to overall good health.

Prostate Cancer Prevention

Prostate Cancer Decisions Often Based on Fallacies

New York Times Nicholas Bakalar July 04, 2006 - Newly published research suggests that men who learn they have prostate cancer decide on a treatment quickly, base their decisions on anecdotes or inaccurate impressions, and stick with their decisions even when given scientific information that might cause them to change their minds. More...

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Prostate Relief and Daily Health
Prostate Cancer
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Monday, July 10, 2006

Improving Quality of Life in Patients With Advanced Prostate Cancer: An Expert Interview With Dr. Tomasz Beer
Dr. Tomasz Beer discusses management strategies aimed at improving QOL in advanced prostate cancer patients who respond to and continue to receive therapy for long periods.
Medscape Hematology-Oncology
Mon, Jul 10, 2006 12:00

New genetic test to spotlight heightened bowel cancer risk

Scientists discover new genetic test to spotlight heightened bowel cancer risk
WEDNESDAY 28 JUNE 2006

Cancer Research UK scientists have devised a new means to identify groups of people genetically more at risk from bowel cancer. This could lead to new measures to prevent the disease for thousands of people in the future, according to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine today (Wednesday 28 June 2006)...

Sunday, July 09, 2006

Asian vaccination practices cause some positive TB tests
Stars and Stripes - Washington,D.C.,USA
... Col. Hee-Choon Lee, preventative medicine consultant for the US Army’s 18th Medical Command Department of Force Health Protection in South Korea. ...

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Friday, July 07, 2006

Genetic Mapping Of Human Chromosome 1 Completed, Offering Insights Into Human Health
DURHAM, N.C. -- A team of British and American scientists has completed the detailed genetic mapping of human chromosome 1, the largest single unit of genetic material in the human genome and the final chromosome to be completely sequenced..
http://dukemednews.duke.edu/news/article.php?id=9661

Diabetics can "pick up the pace" to improve health
Reuters - USA
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A small study of overweight individuals with type 2 diabetes shows that people get can get more out of their daily walks by picking ...

Regular Paracetamol (acetaminophen) Reduces Ovarian Cancer Risk ...
Medical News Today - UK
The regular use of paracetamol (acetaminophen) can reduce a woman's risk of developing ovarian cancer by 30%, according to researchers from Athens University ...
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Health Tip: Tetanus is Rare But Serious
Forbes - USA
Initial symptoms of tetanus usually include headache and minor muscle spasms, often in the jaw, the Directors of Health Promotion and Education say. ...


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July 5, 2006 -- A glass of pomegranate juice a day may keep prostate cancer recurrence away, UCLA researchers report.

Treatment cures two out of three men with early prostate cancer. But after treatment, a third of men have rising levels of prostate-specific antigen -- PSA -- in their blood. Of these men, 34% of them progressed to deadly, metastatic prostate cancer within 15 years. The faster PSA levels double, the sooner a man is likely to see his prostate cancer return.

Cancer-fighting chemicals are found in many foods. One food rich in these kinds of chemicals is pomegranate juice. Might pomegranate juice slow -- or even reverse -- this post-treatment increase in PSA? Yes, find UCLA researcher Allan Pantuck, MD, and colleagues.

Pantuck's team enrolled 46 men in a study funded by the owners of POM Wonderful Co., the maker of the pomegranate juice used in the study. The men all had detectable PSA after cancer treatment; all drank 8 ounces of pomegranate juice every day.

The men's overall PSA doubling time was nearly four times slower after they began drinking pomegranate juice. Sixteen of the 46 patients had a decrease in PSA levels -- and in four, PSA levels dropped by half.

"I was surprised when I saw such an improvement in PSA numbers," Pantuck said, in a news release. "This is not a cure, but we may be able to change the way prostate cancer grows."

Pantuck says that pomegranate juice may allow 65- to 70-year-old men treated for prostate cancer to outlive their risk of dying from their cancer.

Prostate cancer patients with rising PSA levels usually opt for treatment with drugs that block testosterone. This "chemical castration" can have serious side effects, including bone loss, depression, and sexual dysfunction. It's possible that drinking pomegranate juice can delay the need for such treatments.

Pantuck says that some men in the study have been drinking pomegranate juice -- and keeping their PSA levels stable -- for more than three years.

"The juice seems to be working," he notes.

Because of these promising results, pomegranate juice will be studied in a major, placebo-controlled clinical trial at 10 U.S. medical centers.

The study findings appear in the July 1 issue of Clinical Cancer Research.

Tuesday, July 04, 2006

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Prostate Cancer in Men over 40

As I entered my 40th year of good health, I wish to maintain this health by monitoring my predisposition for developing prostate cancer.  This is a common type of cancer in males over 40 and I wish to do everything possible to use preventative medicine to decrease the chances of this developing in my own life.  Some of the things I am doing is trying to get sunlight for Vitamin D, have proper diet and nutrition with supplements and proper rest and exercise.


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