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Diet and Prostate Cancer

While there’s not enough information currently available to make clear recommendations about diet and prostate cancer there are some indications that dietary changes made many years earlier in a man’s life may reduce the risk of developing the disease.

Current research is suggesting:

A diet high in fat — especially animal fat, may increase prostate cancer risk. However, no studies, that… Read More »

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New Prostate Cancer Research

For Immediate Press Release:

SCIENTIFIC PEER REVIEW OF CONGRESSIONALLY DIRECTED MEDICAL RESEARCH PROGRAMS’ PROSTATE CANCER RESEARCH PROGRAM FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE

The Congressionally Directed Medical Research Programs’ (CDMRP) Prostate Cancer Research Program (PCRP)consumer advocate Dennis Golden recently participated in the evaluation of research application submitted to the PCRP.  Dennis was nominated for participation in the program by The National Prostate Cancer Awareness Foundation (PCaAware) of Simsbury CT and Hartford Hospital, Hartford,… Read More »

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Prostate Cancer Screening – Yes or No

The Facts Are 

A simple blood test is highly effective in detecting the levels of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) in a man’s bloodstream.  Yet many physicians still suggest that the test is not 100% accurate and therefore not necessary. Few male patients will insist on it.  Often overlooked is the simple fact that many serious diseases including prostate cancer show no early… Read More »

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