Adenocarcinoma

Dad-of-three, 43, killed himself after finding urine in his blood and wrongly believing he had prostate cancer - Mirror Online

A father-of-three killed himself after wrongly believing he had prostate cancer, an inquest has heard.<p>Paul Cuniff, from Hartlepool, told his mother …

Prostate Cancer

Expanded use of Johnson & Johnson's prostate cancer med Zytiga OK'd in Europe

The European Commission approves the use of Johnson & Johnson's (NYSE:JNJ) ZYTIGA (abiraterone acetate), in combination with hormone deprivation …

Business

"I Feel the Most Alive I've Ever Felt and For that I am Grateful" - Roxana Lopez

“<b>My faith has grown stronger through my cancer journey</b>.” - Roxana Lopez<p>Roxana Lopez was diagnosed with Stage 2 Invasive Ductal Carcinoma in August 2015 at 25 years old. A week after her diagnosis, she met with a genetic counselor at MD Anderson for genetic testing and learned that she was BRCA …

Cancer

Here's the Truth About Soy and Prostate Cancer

A new study says that eating soy might increase your risk of developing prostate cancer. But read on before you freak out<p>Soy is a staple for vegetarians looking to get their protein fix—and for meat-eaters who just can’t resist a side of edamame with their meals. But there’s been controversy over …

Nutrition

What are the symptoms of prostate cancer and what is the treatment

Reading about prostate cancer of an afternoon is probably not what you want to do but in light of Movember which aims to raise awareness about men’s …

Cancer

Why LGBT Support Groups Are Essential To People Living With Prostate Cancer

I've been living with prostate cancer for nearly ten years now. I was diagnosed with prostate cancer in December 2007 resulting in having a radical …

Cancer

Prostate biopsy alternatives: Three options

A prostate biopsy can be painful and stressful and will not catch all cases of prostate cancer. Even so, more than a million men undergo prostate …

Cancer

Why Are the Men of Today Wearing Hospital Gowns Together? (Hint: It's for a Good Cause)

The guys of the <i>Today</i> show traded their suits for revealing hospital gowns for a good cause — encouraging men to get prostate exams.<p>Matt Lauer, Al …

Celebrity Gossip

Real Men Wear Gowns: Managing prostate cancer

The guidelines on how and when to treat certain cancers change frequently, often leaving some patients confused about what course their treatment …

Men's Health

‘Check’ it out: TODAY’s prostate cancer PSA debuts

Matt Lauer, Al Roker, Carson Daly and Craig Melvin are the stars of a funny public service announcement with a serious purpose: urging men to get checked for prostate cancer. Andy Cohen of “Watch What Happens Live” makes a surprise cameo appearance. More on this story here.

Health

Every Hour, Prostate Cancer Kills 45 Men. This Foundation Raised $769 Million to Fight It

It's November. The army of mustaches will be in full force this month.<p>With leftover Halloween candy still flowing from the doors of every office break room, the month of October ends, and November begins. Talk of haunted hayrides, costume parties, and carved jack-o-lanterns are replaced with …

Men's Health

Tailored treatment for prostate cancer could save men from devastating side-effects

Artificial intelligence could be used to tailor treatment for prostate cancer, and save men from devastating side-effects, new research suggests.<p>A study by the Institute of Cancer Research, London found that analyzing dozens of genetic variables could help doctors to adjust treatment doses for the …

Cancer

All you've ever wanted to know about a prostate exam, explains a Urological Surgeon

It doesn't hurt as much as you think<p>Too embarrassed to get your prostate checked? Gareth Brown, Consultant Urological Surgeon at Nuffield Health, …

Cancer

Better to not know prostate cancer status, claims Oxford academic

Thousands of men with prostate cancer would be better off if it had never been diagnosed, an Oxford academic has claimed.<p>Professor Freddie Hamdy said …

Cancer

The public's knowledge of anatomy is sketchy – here's why it matters

British people don’t seem to know their armpit from their elbow. Our latest study found that only 15% of the participants could locate their adrenal …

Emergency Medicine

City faithful raise funds for cancer charity

KIND-HEARTED Bradford City fans raised more than £1,100 for a charity at a collection held at a match.<p>The Bantams faithful helped bring in £1,183.36 …

Charlton Athletic FC

These Sexy Mastectomy Patches Are for Women Who 'Go Flat' After Breast Cancer

When Noelia Morales was diagnosed with invasive ductal carcinoma at the age of 42, she had her right breast removed as a part of treatment. After her …

Cancer

Pancreatic cancer survival linked to four genes: Study

By: IANS | New York |<p>Adenocarcinoma is by far the most common type of pancreas tumour. (Source: File Photo)<p>Researchers have found that alterations in …

Cancer

Relapsed Prostate Cancer After Surgery

What is the most frightening thing about cancer? For many, it’s the chance the cancer might return after surgery. With most common cancers—colon, …

Cancer

Giving prostate cancer the finger | The Province

Michael Izen has been subjected to frequent probing over the past six years, but he is still alive and giving the finger to cancer.<p>Izen — who was …

Cancer

Treating Prostate Cancer Bone Metastasis

THE BONE SUPPORTS A VICIOUS MIGRATION OF TUMOR CELL METASTASES3-5<p>Prostate Cancer Preferentially Metastasizes to Bone via “Seed” and …

Cancer

Testicular cancer survivor warns others: ‘I never thought I’d get it in my 20s’

For a testicular cancer survivor, Darrel Mancini says he is lucky to be alive and knows it. He was diagnosed at 28 and detected a lump early.<p>Lucky in …

Cancer

Genetic pathways to individualized treatment for advanced prostate cancer

Researchers have uncovered genetic clues to why tumors resist a specific therapy used for treating advanced prostate cancer.

Cancer

Community rallies round WA dairy farmer after cancer diagnosis Yahoo7 News

A farmer diagnosed with prostate cancer has been left overwhelmed after his small community rallied round to lend a hand on his farm following his …

Australian News

Is asprin the wonder-drug that could help kick cancer into touch? Experts think it could be

Taking aspirin may help against a number of cancers, a new study suggests.<p>A trial involving more than 600,000 people found that long-term aspirin use …

Cancer

Advanced Prostate Cancer Frequently Asked Questions

Cancer

Prostate cancer: ‘For me, it was a silent disease – they were no symptoms’

Less pain, less dissection, less blood loss, less scarring – so why no robotic-assisted prostatectomies in the public health system?<p>about 24 hours ago<p>…

Medicine

Guernsey men asked to 'beard up' to support local charity

Men in Guernsey are being encouraged to grow a beard throughout November to support a local charity.<p>The annual Beard Up event, led by Male Uprising …

Prostate Cancer

New Advice About PSA Testing

When the influential U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommended against routine screening for prostate cancer in 2012, many men were surprised, …

Cancer

'Looking a whale in the eye is profound'

October 29, 2017 12:00AM<p>WADE Hughes had his first encounter with a sperm whale in the crystalline waters of the Azores in 2005, and he feared it …

Sperm Whale