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eileen peck 4h
As I'm always on the lookout for good news stories this one about detecting early signs of grabbed my attention -
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keep your prostate 56s
Are you searching for a second opinion for your diagnoisis or treatment? Check out the new blog post, "7 Tips for Seeking Second Opinions for Men with Prostate Cancer":
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Amer. Urol. Assn. 18m
Active Surveillance for Intermediate-Risk Increasing in US
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Whitaker Lab 8h
So great to be involved in this study! : New urine test hope
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Prostate Cancer Canada 9m
Managing difficult emotions after a diagnosis of is important for both you and your family. Hear from experts in the field about living well after a diagnosis in these webinars:
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GenPath Oncology 9m
According to about 1 man in 9 will be diagnosed with during his lifetime. We encourage all men and loved ones to think about their prostate health, and talk to their doctors about appropriate testing.
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Man Cave Health 17m
"Men need to know that it's okay to go to the doctor." - Founder @tommybahama_ describes the Man Cave facilities in this video. Visit our website for more information. ✌
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Michelle Jun 21
I’m so proud to share this book with twitter. Written by my amazing Uncle Alan, please treat yourself to this, it’s a heart wrenching and yet hilarious book. If you do get to read it please leave him a review. 15%proceeds to prostate cancer
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MeltingIceCubes 3h
BBC News - : New urine test hope
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Indysky 2h
We took dad to Montreal for his 65th. Highlights included Notre Dame, in-room nespresso, ducks in the hotel pond, cirque du Soleil at the old port, boys leaving raspberry gelato for him to finish. Highlights for me was him being alive. Thank you,
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Prostate Cancer Canada 1h
Fatigue is one of the most common symptoms related to treatment. The good news is that there are steps you can take to help boost your energy and manage it.
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HIFU-Prostate 19m
Discussing with Dr. Ivan Grunberger about prostate cancer
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The ICR 4h
“An experimental new urine test can reveal if men with early will probably need aggressive therapy or can be left untreated but monitored, UK researchers say.” – via :
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Dr Philippa Kaye 1h
A urine test could be used to distinguish aggressive forms of and slower growing forms which don't need treating+therefore avoid the need for biopsies.
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Urology of Virginia 4m
Patient-reported Outcomes and Late Toxicity After Postprostatectomy Intensity-modulated Radiation Th
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Ali Rooke Jun 21
End of an era and moving onto pastures new. Thank you for all the opportunities, experiences and wonderful memories as a Specialist Nurse since 2010. Excited for the next chapter as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in
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𝓙𝓲𝓶 𝓟𝓮𝓮𝓽 14h
I'm starting to feel like a survivor Thank you Lord for the gift of life!
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Vicky Fackrell 4h
It’s time for to start the for .. Northampton > Switzerland > Disneyland Paris
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Tampa Bay Oncology 32m
To recognize June as , we've listed the most common symptoms of . If you think you match any of the following symptoms we highly recommend getting a simple blood test, PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen), done immediately.
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American Researchers🇺🇸 13h
New research shows that adding an interim scan during therapy can help guide a patient's treatment. Prostate-specific membrane antigen (PSMA) positron emission tomography (PET) imaging of patients with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer after two
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