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  1. Pomegranate Juice vs. Prostate Cancer?

    Sept. 20, 2007 -- Natural chemicals in pomegranate juice may slow the growth of prostate cancer, according to scientists at the University of California at Los Angeles (UCLA). The key pomegranate chemicals, called ellagitannins, are also found in foods including strawberries, raspberries, and muscad

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  2. New Prostate Cancer Marker Found

    Aug. 15, 2007 -- Scientists today announced that they have spotted a potential marker of aggressive prostate cancer. The marker, called B7-H3, is a protein that's involved in the body's immune system. Mayo Clinic doctors including Timothy Roth, MD, report that B7-H3 is more abundant in prostate canc

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  3. Broccoli May Help Cut Prostate Cancer

    July 24, 2007 -- Men who often eat broccoli and cauliflower may be less likely to develop aggressive prostate cancer than men who skimp on those vegetables. That news appears in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. The finding comes from a study of more than 29,000 U.S. men aged 55-74 who w

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  4. Prostate Cancer: Fatty Acids a Factor?

    June 22, 2007 -- When it comes to reducing prostate cancer risk, some fatty acids may be more helpful than others, a new study shows. The study focuses on omega-3 fatty acids and omega-6 fatty acids. The body needs both types of fatty acids and can only get them through foods or supplements. But ome

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  5. Northeast Tops Prostate Cancer Fight

    June 18, 2007 -- Northeastern states are doing a better job fighting prostate cancer than those in the Southeast, according to a national report card issued by advocates Monday. The report gives Arkansas, Kentucky, and Mississippi failing grades on preventing and treating the disease. Wisconsin, Nev

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  6. Flaxseed May Curb Prostate Tumor Growth

    June 4, 2007 (Chicago) -- A diet rich in flaxseed may help curb the growth of prostate tumors, preliminary research suggests. Reducing fat in the diet, however, does not appear to have any effect on prostate cancer growth, says researcher Wendy Demark-Wahnefried, PhD, a professor in the school of nu

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  7. Fast PSA Rise Implies Bad Prostate Cancer

    May 25, 2007 -- Men whose PSA count goes up 2 ng/mL or more in one year are at high risk of dying of prostate cancer despite treatment. The finding, by Dana-Farber Cancer Institute researcher Anthony V. D'Amico and colleagues, comes from a study of 948 men who underwent surgery or external-beam radi

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  8. New Guidelines for Prostate Cancer

    May 22, 2007 -- New prostate cancer guidelines are now available to hopefully make treatment decisions easier for patients and physicians. This week, the American Urological Association released its updated guidelines on how to treat localized prostate cancer during its annual meeting in Anaheim, Ca

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  9. Statins May Cut Prostate Cancer Deaths

    May 21, 2007 -- There may be a surprising reason for the ongoing decline in U.S. prostate cancer deaths: increased use of cholesterol-lowering statin drugs. Since 1993, fewer and fewer American men have been dying of prostate cancer. Why? An obvious reason is that during this time, more men have und

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  10. Tomatoes Don't Prevent Prostate Cancer

    May 17, 2007 -- The news that tomatoes could prevent prostate cancer sounded too good to be true, and apparently it was. Lycopene, found mainly in tomatoes and tomato products, had little impact on prostate cancer risk in a new study from the National Cancer Institute and Seattle's Fred Hutchinson C

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