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  1. Prostate Cancer: Nursing Assessment, Management, and Care
  2. Dynamic Contrast-Enhanced MRI Atlas of Prostate Cancer by Robert L. Bard, 2008-11-24
  3. Metastasis of Prostate Cancer (Cancer Metastasis - Biology and Treatment) by Richard J. Ablin, 2007-10-04
  4. Prostate Cancer: Understand, Prevent and Overcome by Professor Jane Plant, 2005-07-07
  5. Prostate Cancer (The Facts) by Malcolm Mason, Leslie Moffat, 2010-10-07
  6. The Decision: Your prostate biopsy shows cancer. Now what?: Medical insight, personal stories, and humor by a urologist who has been where you are now. (Volume 1) by John C. McHugh M.D., 2010-02-07
  7. Drug Management of Prostate Cancer
  8. What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About(TM) Prostate Cancer: The Breakthrough Information and Treatments That Can Help Save Your Life (What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About...) by Glenn J. Bubley, Winifred Conkling, 2005-01-01
  9. Eat to Beat Prostate Cancer Cookbook by David Ricketts, 2006-04-01
  10. Early Diagnosis and Treatment of Cancer Series: Prostate Cancer: Expert Consult - Online and Print (Early Diagnosis in Cancer) by Li-Ming Su MD, 2009-10-19
  11. Prostate Health in 90 Days by Larry Clapp, 1998-01
  12. Mayo Clinic on Prostate Health by Michael Blute M.D., 2003-09-01
  13. Androgen Action in Prostate Cancer
  14. The Prostate Cancer Treatment Book by Peter Grimm, John Blasko, et all 2003-12-15

41. ACS :: Detailed Guide: Prostate Cancer
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42. Prostate Cancer And Prostatic Diseases
prostate cancer and Prostatic Diseases, covering all aspects of prostatic diseases,in particular prostate cancer. The journal is of interest to surgeons,
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Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases , covering all aspects of prostatic diseases, in particular prostate cancer. The journal is of interest to surgeons, oncologists, clinicians, and researchers involved in disease of the prostate. The journal publishes original research articles, reviews, topical comments, and critical appraisal of scientific meetings. Free online issue Volume 8, No 3
September 2005
ISSN: 1365-7852
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101/123 Oncology Editors:
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43. Prostate Cancer Foundation Of Australia
The prostate cancer Foundation of Australia is the peak body for prostate cancer We have a simple mission – to reduce the impact of prostate cancer on
Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia
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Welcome to the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia.
The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia is the peak body for prostate cancer in Australia. We have a simple mission – to reduce the impact of prostate cancer on Australian families through:
  • Helping men deal with the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer Funding research into prostate cancer and Raising awareness about prostate cancer in the general community.
  • The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia is proud to announce a major prostate cancer awareness campaign “Be a Man – talk to your doctor about prostate cancer.” Vital information for both patients and doctors can found by clicking here Please remember to consider all of the material on this website as being of a general nature for information only. It is not intended, nor should it be used, a substitute for proper medical advice from a fully qualified medical practitioner. We urge you to consult a doctor for advice on all matters concerning diagnosis and treatment for prostate cancer. Set out on the fold-out menu (above at left) is a list of information contained within this site. Simply click on any menu item to gain access to the detailed information available.

    44. Orchiectomy For Treating Prostate Cancer, From The Prostate Cancer InfoLink Site
    About the use of orchiectomy to treat prostate cancer, including advantages and disadvantages.
    This is an archived copy of an original page from The Prostate Cancer InfoLink site that went off-line in February, 2001. It is reproduced at Phoenix5 with the permission of Vox Medica.
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    Orchiectomy for the Treatment of Advanced Prostate Cancer
    Last Revised November 25, 1995
    Introduction What are the advantages of orchiectomy? What are the disadvantages of orchiectomy? ... Some things to think about
    Certainly until the late 1980s or even the early 1990s there was no doubt whatsoever that orchiectomy was the gold standard for the hormonal treatment of advanced prostate cancer. By carrying out the surgical removal of a man's testes, the physician was able to completely shut down the synthesis of testosterone, thus removing testosterone stimulation of the prostate cancer growth and progression of the disease. Even today the medical community still considers the development of every new form of treatment for advanced prostate cancer in terms of its effectiveness and safety compared to orchiectomy.
    What are the advantages of orchiectomy?

    45. PC SPES Prostate Cancer Treatment
    A personal story of alternative treatment of prostate cancer with pc spes, a herbal food supplement. Includes articles and news items, where to buy it, and links.

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    Pc Spes and Prostate Cancer
    I'm Jean Curie, a 56 year old man with advanced prostate cancer. I was diagnosed in august '98 with advanced prostate cancer with metastases to all the bones except the head. After the conventional hormonal treatment I became hormon refractory and stopped responding in april '99. My PSA rose from 18.7 to 112 in a few month's. Then I discovered PC SPES, it literally saved my life. My current PSA (02/09/00) is 0.5 and the only treatment is 3x3 capsules of PC SPES and 15 grams Modified Citrus Pectin each day. I know people who are using pc-spes for years, unfortunately there are also people who stopped responding to pc-spes after a certain period of time. Pc-spes has lengthened my survival time now with almost 1 year. UPDATE 15/10/02 : pc-spes and spes are not available anymore because Botaniclab has closed. I am using now Prostasol with imupros, my current PSA is 6.1 UPDATE 12/03/03 : pc-spes and spes available again (look at link where to buy). My current psa is 8.4 .

    46. Cancer - Prostate
    The Center for Disease Control has made it a priority in the education of menconcerning prostate cancer, the second leading killer. Government information
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    Prostate Cancer Control Initiatives Through prostate cancer control initiatives, CDC provides the public, physicians, and policymakers with the information they need to make informed decisions about the potential risks and benefits of prostate cancer screening and follow-up. Informed Decision Making: A Personal Health Care Choice Shared Decision Making: Communication Between Patients and Health Care Professionals U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) Guidelines on Screening Informed Decision Making: A Personal Health Care Choice Informed decision making occurs when an individual understands the nature and risks of prostate cancer; the risks, benefits, and alternatives to screening; participates in decision making at a level he desires; and makes a decision consistent with his preferences and values, or defers the decision to a later time. For more information, visit the

    47. Red Wine May Keep Prostate Cancer Cells In Check
    A Spanish study published in a British medical journal finds that polyphenols found in wine may keep prostate cancer cells from proliferating.
    Page last updated: Wednesday, March 30, 2005 Red wine may keep prostate cancer cells in check Researchers from Getafe University in Madrid, and published in BJU International found that five different polyphenols, antoxidants present in high levels in red wine, inhibited the growth of prostate cancer cells in a test tube and encouraged cancer cells to "commit suicide"-a natural process called apoptosis. The findings, if confirmed by larger studies, may help to explain the higher rates of prostate cancer in the US and non-Mediterranean European countries, according to Dr. I. Romero and colleagues. The rate of prostate cancer in Mediterranean countries, where intake of red wine and other polyphenol-rich foods - namely fruit and vegetables such as tomatoes, is high, tends to be lower. The study examined the effect of five polyphenols found in red wine, namely gallic acid, tannic acid, morin, quercetin and rutin -on prostate cancer cells. The researchers added varying amounts of these compounds to a dish containing prostate cancer cells. All five compounds inhibited cell proliferation and improved apoptosis, compared with an inactive compound, after 24 hours. The results point to a need for studies investigating the effects of these compounds in humans, with the potential goal of developing recommendations for their use in cancer prevention,"The Mediterranean diet is considered to be protective against the endocrine cancers (including prostate cancer), and features a low animal-fat and meat content, with a high intake of fresh fruit, vegetables, pasta and wine," states Romero "Prostate cancer is the second-deadliest form of cancer for US men, after lung cancer, according to the American Cancer Society".

    48. Prostate Cancer
    prostate cancer News. A service of Cancer News on the Net.
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    uide to Surviving Prostate Cancer
    A Primer on Prostate Cancer: The Empowered Patient's Guide

    Prostate and Cancer: A Family Guide to Diagnosis, Treatment and Survival
    Dr. Peter Scardino's Prostate Book: The Complete Guide to Overcoming Prostate Cancer, Prostatitis, and BPH
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    • CaP Cure -Founded by Michael Milken, they are the world's largest private source of prostate cancer research funding. Their web site features information about prostate cancer, research being carried out under CapCure grants, prostate cancer news and descriptions of clinical trials. Prostate Cancer Home Page -Link to The University of Michigan Prostate Cancer Home Page. Prostate Cancer -This link is to the National Cancer Institute Information site on prostate cancer. It has an overview of the disease as well as information on staging and treatment.

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    February 21, 2000 Web posted at: 8:34 p.m. EST (0134 GMT) BALTIMORE (CNN) A medical panel led by urological experts has issued new recommendations to help physicians confirm the diagnosis of prostate cancer. The policy report issued by the American Urological Association (AUA) outlines when physicians should consider a biopsy after initial cancer screening tests are suspicious.

    50. Prostate Cancer, The Cancer Information Network
    A physician guided site for cancer patients, their families, and caregivers.
    Thank You For Visiting Our Sponsors! Home Support Top 10 Message Board ... Patients' Workbook
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    The diagnosis of prostate cancer brings with them many questions and a need for clear, understandable answers. We hope this website will help. It provides information and useful internet links about the malignancy of the prostate...
    In The Spotlight: Family History Remains the Strongest Risk Factor for Prostate Cancer

    51. Manitoba Prostate Cancer Support Group
    Newsletters and other resources.
    The Manitoba Prostate Cancer Support Group does not assume responsibility or liability for the contents or opinions expressed herein. Although every precaution is taken to ensure that information is accurate, differences of opinion exist and M. P. C. S. G. takes no responsibility for views expressed herein, nor do they necessarily reflect those of the publishers, sponsors, or organizations affiliated with us.
    The Manitoba Prostate Cancer Support Group does not recommend treatment modalities, medications, or physicians. Information should not be used for purposes of self-diagnosis or as an alternative to medical care. If you suspect you have cancer see a physician immediately. To continue on to ManPros.Org
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    52. Prostate Cancer Information Centre : CancerBACUP
    Information on cancer of the prostate. Go to prostate cancer Q As. blank.About cancer Cancer type Treatments Resources support Trials
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    53. Prostate Cancer And Smoking
    Slides from a college lecture discusses the association.
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    54. CPCN
    Canadian association of prostate cancer support groups, Over 100 prostate cancersupport groups, Only complete listing of Canadian prostate cancer support
    The Canadian Prostate Cancer Network a charitable organization, registration number 88716 1859 RR0001, is the national association of prostate cancer support groups, active in creating and maintaining these groups and in promoting early detection testing as the only cure, presently, for prostate cancer.
    P.O. Box 1253
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    Newly Diagnosed? Order this free booklet by mail.
    If you or someone you love has been recently diagnosed with prostate cancer, this booklet will help greatly as you cope with the disease. Concise and written in layman's language, this booklet has been distributed to all Canadian prostate cancer support groups and is available to hospitals, clinics, physicians, and individuals for the asking. The booklet has been published in both English and French and is available only by mail. For details click here Our position on early detection. For details click here Reports from attendees all confirm a very successful and informative conference.

    55. CNN - Study: Mineral Selenium Cuts Risk Of Prostate Cancer - August 22, 1998

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    Web posted at: 8:58 a.m. EDT (1258 GMT) From CNN Health Correspondent Elizabeth Cohen ATLANTA (CNN) Some 40,000 men die every year from prostate cancer, but a new study says what a man eats may help prevent the disease. The study, published by the National Cancer Institute, found men who had the highest intakes of the mineral selenium cut their cancer rates by one-half to two-thirds compared to men with the lowest intakes of selenium. "The notion that vitamins and minerals might prevent prostate cancer is a particularly exciting thing," said Dr. Philip Taylor of the National Cancer Institute. Selenium is found in fish, meats, grains and seeds in varying amounts. But it is also available in supplements. Researchers have found that taking 200 micrograms a day cuts the risk of getting prostate cancer.

    56. NIHSeniorHealth: Prostate Cancer - Table Of Contents
    Table of Contents. prostate cancer Defined; Causes and Risk Factors; Symptoms andDiagnosis; Treatments and Research; Frequently Asked Questions
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    57. CNN - Study: Vitamin E Reduces Prostate Cancer Risk, Deaths - March 17, 1998
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    58. National Prostate Cancer Coalition Awareness. Outreach. Advocacy.
    Early prostate cancer has no symptoms. Get screened annually. Don’t wait forprostate cancer to find you. The further it has spread, the tougher it is to

    59. PCAW - Prostate Cancer Awareness Week, A Program Of The Prostate Cancer Educatio
    More than 30000 men will die from prostate cancer this year. The prostate cancerEducation Council is raising awareness and education on prostate cancer and
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    • More than 230,000 new cases of prostate cancer will be diagnosed this year. One out of every six men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. More than 30,000 men will die from prostate cancer this year.
    The Prostate Cancer Education Council is raising awareness and education on prostate cancer and getting men screened early for the disease.
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    September 18 - 24, 2005.
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    Advanced Prostate Cancer Webcast
    Dr. Daniel Petrylak, a council member of the Prostate Cancer Education Council, presents an overview of advanced prostate cancer for patients, spouses, family members and caregivers. View the webcast
    PACE Race 5K Run/Walk Series
    The PACE Race 5K Run/Walk Series was launched in 2002 as a method for the Prostate Cancer Education Council (PCEC) to increase national awareness of prostate cancer. This year's series features events in fifteen cities across the country.

    60. Joe Torre Speaks Out About Prostate Cancer

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