Tag Archives: National Cancer Institute

Over 11 Million Cancer Survivors in the US in 2007

Cancer Strikes Younger People When we think of cancer, we often think of it as an elder disease, something that people just naturally get as they age. And the article below from the National Cancer Institute tends to reinforce this … Continue reading

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The 11th Wonder of the World!

Here’s The Reason the Prostate Cancer Awareness Project Exists The following quote comes from a prostate cancer survivor group I belong to: “At the age of 51, three years ago, I was diagnosed with metastatic PC, Gleason 3+4, and a … 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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We may be winning the war on cancer, but new statistics show we are losing the prostate cancer battle.

Prostate cancer deaths are increasing. Don’t become a statistic. Test annually. Track the results personally. See your doctor if there is an increase. Continue reading

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