Monthly Archives: November 2009

Fighting the War on Cancer – and Losing

http://www.newsweek.com/id/157548 cancer is on track to kill 565,650 people in the United States this year Four decades into the war on cancer, conquest is not on the horizon. As a somber statement on the NCI Web site says, “the biology … Continue reading

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7 Reasons PSA Testing Still Matters

29000 Men CommentAs I have stated before in this blog, it is my fervent belief that PSA testing currently is the only effective means of preventing prostate cancer deaths. It’s not knowing you have prostate cancer that causes over treatment, … Continue reading

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7 Reasons PSA Testing Still Matters

29000 Men Comment As I have stated before in this blog, it is my fervent belief that PSA testing currently is the only effective means of preventing prostate cancer deaths. It’s not knowing you have prostate cancer that causes over … Continue reading

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So Easy a Caveman Can Do It!

We’ve all heard the Geico car insurance ad a million times, at least if we watch sports. So what does this saying have to do with prostate cancer? The answer is nothing and everything. The research has just about reached … Continue reading

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So Easy a Caveman Can Do It!

We’ve all heard the Geico car insurance ad a million times, at least if we watch sports. So what does this saying have to do with prostate cancer? The answer is nothing and everything. The research has just about reached … Continue reading

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We are Now at 29000Men.blogspot.com

Hello All: we’ve moved our prostate cancer blog to http://www.29000men.blogspot.com. Visit us there, and don’t forget to track the progress of the 2010 Tour de USA for prostate cancer awareness at http://www.tourdeusa.blogspot.com and http://www.tourdeusa.org.

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