Monthly Archives: June 2009

Is a Burger Worth Dying For?

29000 Men Comment Diet May Make a Difference in Prostate Cancer
Benefits include lowering risk of developing prostate cancer and slowing tumor progression Tuesday, June 16 (Reuters Health) – Men may be able to lower their risk of developing prostate cancer, … Continue reading

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Soy Protein Isolate and Protection Against Cancer — Badger et al. 24 (2): 146S — Journal of the American College of Nutrition

Soy Protein Isolate and Protection Against Cancer Thomas M. Badger, PhD, Martin J. J. Ronis, PhD, Rosalia C. M. Simmen, PhD and Frank A. Simmen, PhD Arkansas Children’s Nutrition Center and Departments of Physiology/Biophysics and Pharmacology/Toxicology, University of Arkansas for … Continue reading

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Prostate cancer, screening, prostate-specific antigen test, PSA, normal values by age, table — RealAge Health Information

         Prostate Screening – Learn More Table of Normal PSA Values by Specific Age Experts are still debating what should be considered normal. Older men can have higher PSA levels when cancer is not present because of benign prostatic hypertrophy … Continue reading

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15 Pounds in 15 Months. Will They Kill Me?

29000Men Comment I just finished watching Mike Anderson’s movie, Healing Cancer, and I must say that it made a major impact on my thinking. If you have read my short bio on the blog, you know my prostate cancer background. … Continue reading

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How Long Do I Have?

29000 Men Comment Below is a link to a prostate cancer nomogram developed at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center. I was provided this link by the moderator at The Cancer Forums. This can be a useful tool in developing your post-diagnosis … Continue reading

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15 Pounds in 15 Months. Will They Kill Me?

29000Men Comment I just finished watching Mike Anderson’s movie, Healing Cancer, and I must say that it made a major impact on my thinking. If you have read my short bio on the blog, you know my prostate cancer background. … Continue reading

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AHRQ Effective Health Care Program – Summary Guides

Section 1: Introduction This guide summarizes clinical evidence comparing the effectiveness and safety of treatments for clinically localized prostate cancer. It discusses expectant management and three active treatments (radical prostatectomy, radiation therapy, and hormonal therapy). This guide does not cover … Continue reading

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