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Treatment depends on a number of things, as there are a number of different forms of prostate cancer.
Prostate cancer cannot be detected for certain by your GP, but there are tests your GP can carry out.
It may not cause any symptoms initially, but when it is diagnosed, it's usually at an advanced stage.
This new trial is very exciting” for localised prostate cancer. PRX302 (topsalysin). Read what Prof Mark Emberton has to say about this new trial. The research leader Dr Hashim Ahmed says that this treatment could help some men avaoid radicl surgery or radiation therapy. … https://prostatecancernewstoday.com/…/topsalysin-aiding-ma…/ See More Topsalysin Aiding Majority of Prostate Cancer Patients,Read More
Do you get all the help and support you need from outside your family circle? OR Do you get your support from your family and friends? OR Do you get your support from a charity or support group? OR Do you get your support from your GP and your Consultants team? The link below isRead More
PSA testing and prostate cancer the the pro and anti forces have been flexing their muscles this week. We have seen PCUK publish 13statements aimed at making decision making easier for GPs. The statements are not a catch all thing but they are a massive step forward from where we currently are in primary care.Read More
When we accept that Knowledge is Power why is it that fewer men are now being tested for prostate cancer? ‘Tackle’ the UK Prostate Cancer Support Federation are running a campaign called “Get your score on the board” (baseline PSA test. The red sock campaign says that all men should have a baseline PSA atRead More
#prostate #cancer ‘Moonshot’ Prostate cancer earlier detection and more use of immunotherapy will be two of the benefits that should come from Obamas ‘Moonshot’ investment. Hopefully we will see a more definitive test for early stage prostate cancer and more advanced treatments in immunotherapy alongside ‘Provenge’ First reports on progress are due in December. …Read More
prostate #cancer TEN Y#EARS ago today I was diagnosed with incurable prostate cancer How to live well with metastatic prostate cancer. The answer for me is that “Im not entirely sure!”. Its a complex formulae governed to a large extent by each mans different expectations and capability. Thursday January 26th 2006 was the date ofRead More
I have advanced prostate cancer, it is in my bones. It is going to kill me. There is nothing i can do about it. I live a wonderful life. I owe this wonderful life to a total stranger Keith Cass & The Red Sock Campaign, for his belief in what he does.
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