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Married men fare better after surgery in prostrate cancer treatment

Men who had a surgery as part of the treatment for prostrate cancer seem to cope better when //they have the su...out in the July issue of journal Cancer, says that prostrate surgery results were better for men with their support of their loved ones that can improve the qual...

A Mirror Miracle!

...will show the prognosis. Some cancers of the prostrate and colon release specific chemical markers into the bloodstream as they develop. Doctors can spot the cancer by looking for these markers.// Stephen Mather, head of Nuclear Medicine at Bartholomew's Hospital, UK, states that just a single tumo...

Weight gain intimately linked to prostate cancer

...ficant role in determining// the aggressiveness of prostrate cancer. The report is detailed in the in the October 1 issue of Clinical Cancer Research, corroborates findings of an earlier research that had linked obesity to the development of prostate cancer. Sara Strom, Ph.D., an associate professor in the De...

Fewer People Die Due To Cancer

...ommon cancers are the bowel // , breast, lung, and prostrate cancers, according to a Britain Against Cancer (Bacup) study. People aged between 35 years and 69 years were taken into account by the study. The reasons for the fall in the number of casualties due to cancer are reported to be better treatment and...

Victorian Initiative: Coffers Are Ringing For an Upcoming Cancer Agency

...nitially call upon improved treatment measures for prostrate and breast cancer in women, which is becoming a common ailment afflicting women. Statistics show that there is almost a 1.5% increase in incidences of such cancer in women, each year. Mr Brumby said "The new Victorian Cancer Agency will harness the...

Loved Ones Could Be Helped To Talk On Prostate Cancer

Men's suffering from prostrate cancer can talk to doctor through their beloved on...ng to express them to doctors about the condition, prostrate cancer. More than 27,000 men were dying every year by prostrate cancer, thus approximately 1 out ...

Link between Obesity and Post-Radiotherapy Outcome in Prostate Cancer Patients

A new study with obese men having prostrate cancer finds a close link between the failure of radiation therapy and increased body mass index (BMI). // Obese people are at a higher risk for developing failures in clinical, biochemical and radiation therapy – a new study published in a peer-re...

Numero Uno Killer - Cancer

...y seem to be afflicted with more of the breast and prostrate cancer types. In certain government localities, mental health problems also seem to be on the rise along with heart problems and cancer. Health Minister Bronwyn Pike said "We have increased the yearly budget of the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre by m...

Research Finds Lesser Rectal Cancer Risks Associated with Prostatic Irradiation

...ion therapy as one of the treatments available for prostrate cancer. Men received radiation therapy for prostate cancer are not at any appreciable increased risk of developing rectal cancer compared to those not given radiation therapy, according to a new study published in the July 1, 2006, issue of the Int...

Pakistan Assures of Providing Best Medical Care to Abdul Qader Khan

...s. Tests revealed slightly raised level of serum prostrate specific atigen (PSA), an official spokesman said. Immediately, a detailed examination was conducted at KRL Hospital to ensure an accurate diagnosis, including ultrasound and guided biopsy. The test results were also analysed by at least two leadin...

Raising Awareness of Prostate Cancer

...e Cancer Awareness Month and next to skin cancer// prostrate cancer has been found to be the second most common type of cancer among men in this country with one out of every three men diagnosed with cancer, finding out that they have prostate cancer. Prostate health is especially important for African-Ameri...

Dr.A.Q.Khan in Excellent Condition

... to be in excellent condition following his recent prostrate surgery//. There have been speculative rumors regarding his health condition despite the government’s effort to keep public updated on his state of health. Dr A.Q. Khan is under the best possible medical care, in compliance with his own and his f...

Got AIDS – Try Pranayam

...ic treatment can cure blood cancer, breast cancer, prostrate cancer, hepatitis and other chronic and genetic diseases. He supports his statements with cases of cancer patients been supposedly cured through “wheat grass, tulsi juice, neem leaf juice and other ayurvedic preparations as well as yoga pranayama”....

Young obese girls might develop heart problems later

...ealed that obese men are more likely to die due to prostrate cancer. It is generally observed that stout people...resting. Obesity may mark the risk of dying due to prostrate cancer but not getting it. The finding arrived at a lucid correlation between weight and death from ...

New Pill for Patients With Advanced Prostate Cancer

...ase of life to patients// in the advanced stage of prostrate cancer when given along with chemotherapy drugs. Patients taking the pill produced by US drug company Novacea lived for an average of an extra nine months longer than those taking chemotherapy drug taxotere alone, reported the online edition of BBC ...

Prostate Cancer Claims More Life Than Breast Cancer

...ncer after lung cancer in men. If diagnosed early prostrate cancer can be treated successfully. Prostate cancer forms in the tissues of the prostate, a gland the size of a walnut found in the male reproductive system. This cancer usually occurs in older men. Age is the biggest risk factor, with men over 50 ...

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