Monthly Archives: October 2009

Letter to the Editor, LA Times, on PSA Testing

29000 Men CommentBelow is a copy of my letter to the editor that was published in the LA Times on 10/27/2009. It was slightly shortened to conform to the 150 word limit. Eliminated was my comment that the annual prostate … Continue reading

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Letter to the Editor, LA Times, on PSA Testing

29000 Men Comment Below is a copy of my letter to the editor that was published in the LA Times on 10/27/2009. It was slightly shortened to conform to the 150 word limit. Eliminated was my comment that the annual … Continue reading

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Mayo researchers find few side effects from radiation treatment given after prostate cancer surgery

29000 Men CommentThe following article came from by Cancer Weekly, a leading research newsletter for biotech and pharmaceutical professionals. For more information, go to http://www.newsrx.com/publication.php?pubID=74. If correct, the results of the study detailed below should be reviewed by all men … Continue reading

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Mayo researchers find few side effects from radiation treatment given after prostate cancer surgery

29000 Men Comment The following article came from by Cancer Weekly, a leading research newsletter for biotech and pharmaceutical professionals. For more information, go to http://www.newsrx.com/publication.php?pubID=74. If correct, the results of the study detailed below should be reviewed by all … Continue reading

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What We Eat and Do May be the Real Strategy for Beating Cancer

29000 Men Comment“No matter how strange something is, if you give it enough time it becomes normal. American’s have now accepted heart disease, cancer, and other degenerative diseases as a normal part of American life.” (1) Now approaching six years … Continue reading

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Mild Incontinence

In case you have just a small bit of incontinence following surgery or radiation therapy, consider using women’s panty liners. They are smaller than men’s products, work really well, and are absolutely undetectable. If you are a numbers guys, you … Continue reading

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To PSA or Not to PSA. Is that the Question?

29000 Men CommentBelow is a good description of some of the history of PSA testing and accepted PSA values for specific age ranges. The problem with guidelines is that there are the general rule and don’t cover the statistical outliers. … Continue reading

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