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NEW PROSTATE CANCER INFOLINK: Enhanced ultrasound imaging – read colour – may give better diagnostic results for prostate cancer, a new study shows. READ MORE>

A new review by Trabulsi et al., just published on line in Urology, seems to endorse this viewpoint in one of the major urology journals. (We think for the first time).

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URO TODAY: A series of proteins that might make it easier for doctors to better diagnose the more dangerous forms of prostate cancer has been identified by US researchers. READ MORE>

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PROSTABLOG NZ: Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in NZ, says Minister of Health Tony Ryall, but the biggest killer is lung cancer. READ MORE>

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REUTERS: The presence of multiple single nucleotide polymorphisms (DNA variations) associated with increased prostate cancer risk, coupled with a positive family history, accurately identify men at high risk for prostate cancer who might benefit from aggressive chemo-prevention with agents such as finasteride (drug treatment). READ MORE>

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