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Depressed men with localized prostate cancer were more likely to be diagnosed with more aggressive prostate cancer, received less effective treatments and survived for shorter times than prostate cancer patients who were not depressed, a UCLA study has found.
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Cycling does not cause infertility, contrary to age-old belief. However, it does raise risk of prostate cancer, say scientists at the University College The pack of riders cycles on its way during the second 201 km stage of the Tour de France cycling race from York to Sheffield, July 6, 2014.
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The team were due to leave Fishguard today and arrive at Caldicot on Saturday. There are 29 riders, 10 of which belong to the male voice choir taking the route along B roads and cycle paths.
Gordon Zacks, retired chairman of the RG Barry Corporation, and Jane Harman, former California congresswoman, attend the annual gala of the Harman Center for the Arts at the Harman Center in Washington, D.C., in 2012.
MEN with prostate cancer who live in the bush are 24 per cent more likely to die within five years and hundreds of other cancer patients die early because they live in rural Australia.
What started as a dull pain in his right testicle two years ago eventually turned into a pea-sized knot.
Researchers: Vasectomy linked to risk of prostate cancer. Harvard researchers say that men who have had a vasectomy are at risk for an aggressive prostate cancer.
Harvard scientists found that the sterilizing procedure increases the risk of "developing the most aggressive form of prostate cancer" by about 20 percent.
Having a vasectomy may increase men's risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer by 20 percent, according to a new study by Harvard University researchers who reviewed thousands of cases over 24 years.
New state-of-the-art equipment which will help save lives by effectively diagnosing prostate cancer has been installed at West Suffolk Hospital thanks to the generosity of fundraisers.
Men who experience hot flashes may suffer in silence, but a new study finds that hypnotic relaxation therapy could provide some relief.
Astellas announced progress on the company's efforts to reshape its research framework at its R&D meeting held in Tokyo on July 10. The meeting provided an opportunity for Astellas to present a comprehensive overview of its late-stage clinical programs and corporate strategy.
Among patients with deadly cancers, more than 90 percent die because of metastatic spread of their disease.
Members of the American Society for Radiation Oncology have elected four new officers to serve on its Board of Directors and three members to serve on the Nominating Committee.
Men who have a vasectomy face an increased chance of developing prostate cancer and a higher risk of contracting the most aggressive form of the disease, a study has found.
Updated: Mon Jul 14, 2014 02:37 am
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