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Posted in Cholesterol drugs, PROSTATE CANCER, PROSTATE RESEARCH, PROSTATE RISKS, tagged Baltimore, cancer research, catheter, Cholesterol levels, cholesterol-lowering, Johns Hopkins, prostate, prostate blog, PROSTATE CANCER, prostate-specific antigen, risk of high-grade prostate cancer, statins are protective on November 4, 2009| Leave a Comment »
URO TODAY: Cholesterol levels and prostate cancer definitely seem to be connected, a new study at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore has revealed. READ MORE>
Our study supports two prior ones suggesting that cholesterol influences risk of high-grade prostate cancer, and indirectly supports the hypothesis that cholesterol-lowering is a mechanism by which statins are protective.
Posted in Avoidance, PROSTATE CANCER, PROSTATE RESEARCH, Vitamin D, tagged advanced prostate cancer, cancer research, immune system, immunology, Jim Watson, prostablog, prostate, prostate blog, PROSTATE CANCER, Prostate Cancer Foundation of NZ annual conference, prostate cancer treatments, prostate treatment, Richard Forster, sun, sun exposure, Vitamin D, vitamin D absorption on July 28, 2009| 1 Comment »
JULY 28: PROSTABLOG NZ: When you go out into the sun and get all that beneficial Vitamin D on your skin – don’t go home and wash it off in the shower, says top NZ immunology scientist Dr Richard Forster.
Dr Forster – who is working with eminent colleague Dr Jim Watson on treatment for advanced prostate cancer that harnesses the body’s immune system – says lack of Vitamin D (from the sun) is linked to prostate cancer.
Men have more chance of contracting the disease the further away they live from the Equator.
We must get some sun exposure every day, if we can manage it, and ensure we don’t wash it off before the Vitamin D is absorbed, he told the Prostate Cancer Foundation of NZ annual conference in Napier last weekend. Absorption takes time.
Watch this website for a full report soon of what the two scientists say about avoiding and treating prostate cancer.
Posted in Avoidance, PROSTATE CANCER, PROSTATE RESEARCH, Soy, tagged cancer research, Cancer Research Center of Hawaii, dietary estrogens, isoflavones, multi-ethnic populations, Phytoestrogens, prostablog, prostate, prostate blog, PROSTATE CANCER, secondary vegetable substances, soy, University of Hawaii, URO TODAY on July 26, 2009| Leave a Comment »
JULY 26: URO TODAY: High intake of secondary vegetable substances found in soy, called isoflavones, may protect against prostate cancer, according to findings in a study of multi-ethnic populations in California and Hawaii. READ MORE>
Phytoestrogens (or dietary estrogens) are of special interest in prostate cancer research, say the researchers at the University of Hawaii.
That’s because populations in Asia with a high consumption of phytoestrogens have a lower incidence of the disease than comparable populations in Western countries.