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PeerView Aug 20
Didn't make it to ? Stay current on the latest in with these useful practice aids from our recently released activity.
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Davit Esme Aug 21
The is to increase a person’s chance of developing .  
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Sophie Knipper 2m
Awesome discussion about metastasis-directed therapy in (oligo)-metastatic between and at
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Graham Aug 20
Any men worried about getting their back passage checked for an enlarged prostrate. I had mine checked this morning it takes about 10 seconds and no pain whatsoever. It’s not as far up as you think Any questions let me know!
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European Urology Aug 20
ERSPC pilot 1 study suggests a stronger benefit of PSA-based screening than so far reported
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John Williams Aug 21
Morriston Hospital.PSA undetectable😀Prognosis brilliant.Guys get prostate checked.Don’t take no for an answer.Having ‘no signs’ doesn’t matter - I didn’t, but I had it.A vigilant GP and a brilliant NHS team led by Neil Fenn saved me.
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Astellas Pharma US Aug 21
Today the US FDA accepted our supplemental New Drug Application filing and granted Priority Review for our advanced therapy. Learn more about this milestone here:
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Bill Kelly 7h
It would be nice to go to bed at night and get up in the morning however this morning when o got up it was the sixth time since getting into bed last night.
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Raymond Poole Aug 21
Every man from age 40 onwards should read this
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Amer. Urol. Assn. Aug 15
Newer Agents Not Free of Heart Risk
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♠️Pete♠️ 😈 🍺🎸🤘☀️😎💘💜 Aug 21
It's not like me to get emotional, but I am in absolute bits here.... My brother-in-law has just text me to say he's been given the all clear from I think a small celebration could be in order 😁😁😁 FUCK YOU CANCER!! 🖕🖕
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Andrew Stephenson Aug 21
Test driving novel robotic biopsy system for ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Matt Cooperberg 19m
Critical terminology. ⁦⁩ Know your acronyms!
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Dr. Geffin Aug 16
10 facts all men should know about prostate cancer
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John Wall Aug 20
Along with several others, I spoke with today on about how we cope & live with . I found it fascinating listening to others. It's good to talk, it helps.
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Prostate Cancer Canada Aug 16
is the most common type of among Canadian men. We’ve help cut the death rate in half during our 25 years of existence. Join us to keep making progress and to end prostate cancer.
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Canadian Urological Association Aug 22
Consensus statement: Canadian consensus algorithm for erectile rehabilitation following prostate cancer treatment:
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Srinivas Vourganti Aug 21
Big day in Chicago. Expanding on longstanding traditions of seeking safer, better, personalized, and more effective care, our new allows robotic guided transperineal MRI/US image guided biopsy. Less infections, more precise diagnosis. More to come!
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Gary Hooker Aug 19
CANCER friend or foe, I've had stage 4 metastatic for well over 8 years now and it's hard to remember the feeling of being cancer free. I have accepted it being part of me, so ignore it and get on with my life. I think this and is why I am still 😀💪👍
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Prostate Cancer Canada Aug 22
In some cases, treatments such as radiation therapy or surgery may result in temporary or long-term side effects to the bowel or urinary system. We have tips to help you manage:
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