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Here is a list of another group of men considered to be most at RISK of prostate cancer. 1/ Immigrants. 2/ Men on lower incomes 3/ Men who have had less education 4/ Men who have no medical insurance. 5/ Men who are not registered at a GPs practice. These men...

There are two lists of those most at risk. The first list confirmed by the US National Library of Medicine. 1/ Men with a family history of Prostate Cancer 2/ African-American men 3/ Men who are older than 50 4/ Farmers 5/ Tyre Plant workers 6/ Painters 7/ Men who have been...

What do cancer standards call for? Early detection! Early detection! Early detection! Why? Because we all know that early detection of cancer gives a better chance of a cure. BUT apparently NOT the same standard for prostate cancer according to some health care professionals. Why do they say that? They believe...

Diet - anti cancer foods Well Im a bit of a sceptic until the proof arrives thats why Im putting this on the red sock website. Richard Mitten of the Norwich Research Park UK has found that sulforaphane a chemical found in Broccoli interacts with...

The PSA test is to men what the mammogram is to women. The PSA test is still the best tool available today for indicating prostate cancer. SO instead of pointing out its flaws, we should be working on ways to make it better. Skip Lockwood - ZERO...

The PSA test is to men what the mammogram is to women. The PSA test is just as accurate/inaccurate as the mammogram. Women are screened using the mammogram Men are not allowed to be screened by the simple PSA blood test....

Skip Lockwood of ZERO says that the PSA test is not to blame for the overtreatment of men with prostate cancer BUT it is what happens next. Whether the cancer is diagnosed as low risk or not many men choose to undergo aggressive treatment...