Monthly Archives: November 2010

Should “Thank You” Be Exiled?

A Different Way of Thinking Several years ago I participated in a workshop by Professor Srikumar S. Rao.   This was a terrific course and I recommend reading both of Professor Rao’s books. The workshop was a great experience and … Continue reading

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Hard-to-Find Candidates Thwart Prostate Cancer Researcher

Newly Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer? Here’s A Unique Opportunity to Help Other Men They are out there, but finding them in time is a dilemma, says top expert MARLTON, N.J., Nov. 12, 2010 /PRNewswire/ — Michael Diefenbach, Ph.D., has spent … Continue reading

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The Return of Death Panels

What Does the Future Hold for Cancer Survivors? The following article by Chris Battle provides some really interesting views on cancer treatment and what the near future may portend. Of particular interest is his discussion about how ‘mean’ and ‘average’ … Continue reading

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What Would You Do In This Case?

Here’s The Case History The man is in his mid-50s, with a close family history of prostate cancer. Because of his family history, he takes a PSA test annually. His PSA over the past several years has been in the … Continue reading

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Prostate Cancer Survey Request

Prostate Cancer Survey Request Below is a request for support from Mr. Gavin Deady. I completed a survey for him and I know his research would benefit from input from other prostate cancer survivors. Warm regards, Robert Mr. Deady’s Request … Continue reading

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The Humble Soy Bean

A Soybean Extract May Help Prevent Metastasis A 11 November article in Medical News Today cites research at the Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center at Northwestern University that demonstrates that a non-toxic soybean extract, genistein, inhibits prostate cancer cells from becoming … Continue reading

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Don’t Think You Need to Have an Annual PSA Test?

If Only He Had Known Here’s a very sad story from a bulletin board I follow that clearly demonstrates why it’s important to test and once again points out the strong trend within the medical community against PSA testing. The … Continue reading

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