Friday 9 October 2015

Early detection key to curing ‘silent’ prostate cancer

Early detection of prostate cancer, which is a major health concern for men all over the world, is key to curing the 'silent disease,' according to experts.   It is a disease that can go unnoticed for yea


Men more likely to die of cancer says study

Not only are men more likely than women to be diagnosed with cancer, men who get it have a higher chance of dying from the disease, according to a US study. In an analysis of cases of all but sex-specific cancers such as prostate


Aspirin may prevent cancer spread

Cheap, easy-to-take aspirin tablets may help men being treated for prostate cancer live longer, US researchers reported on Monday. Prostate cancer patients who had been treated with either surgery or radiation, and who took aspirin or othe


Prostate drug sold without prescription in UK

A drug to treat the urinary symptoms of prostate enlargement, previously available only on prescription, is to be sold over the counter in British pharmacies to men aged 45 to 75 years from Wednesday.    The move is the lat

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