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Prostate Cancer: Causes and Risk Factors

and other DNA mismatch repair genes HOXB13 One of the biggest risk factors for prostate cancer is age. This disease rarely affects young men. The Prostate Cancer Foundation reports that only 1 in ... read more

How Can Men Lower Their Risk of Dying From Prostate Cancer?

Those at even higher risk – with more than one first-degree relative who had prostate cancer – should begin that discussion at age 40 ... who doesn't want to be screened should not be criticized for ... read more

Prostate cancer screening: Should you or shouldn't you?

It upholds its recommendation that men ages 70 and older should not be screened ... age 50. Screening beginning at age 45 is recommended for men with a family history of prostate cancer and for ... read more

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Risk Factors for Prostate Cancer are Not What We Think

One is the Prostate Cancer Prevention ... So the message is this: Risk factors for cancer are very complex. Before we all leap to conclusions, we need to collect very detailed research data on who is ... read more

Movember shavedown: Why you should not get your prostate checked

Prostate Canada says that one in ... men under age 55 should not be screened. The Canadian Urology Association was in agreement, but recently lowered the age to 50 years, except in special cases of ... read more

Uganda: Why Men Need Prostate Cancer Screening - Dr Okuku

We also have counsellors that keep talking to people with or without cancer. At what age should ... How often should one screen for prostate cancer? Usually, every year a man needs to go and have a ... read more

Does Frequent Ejaculation Reduce Your Risk for Prostate Cancer?

But there’s a catch: one study suggests it’s only an effective preventative measure in men age ... common cancer. In the United States, one in seven men will get prostate cancer at some point in their ... read more

From herby cauliflower steaks to Spanish chickpea stew, DR RUPY AUJLA reveals how to cut your cancer risk with these life-changing recipes

Cancer will affect ... age, which is why we see most cases of cancer in patients over 50. It’s important to state clearly that it should never be thought of as anyone’s fault if they develop cancer. ... read more

New Urine Test for Prostate Cancer Hailed as Best Ever and Easily Available by Mail

The MiPS test incorporates blood PSA levels and two molecular RNA markers specific for prostate cancer in one final score that provides men and their doctors with a personalized prostate-cancer risk ... read more

How to check for prostate cancer and what is the test for it?

The former BBC Breakfast said he’d put down the aches and pains to old age ... risk of developing it. Men who have a body mass index of 30 or over (which would put them in the obese category) have ... read more

How What You Eat Can Impact Your Prostate Cancer

Experts — backed by research — believe some foods can impact prostate cancer growth. In one published study of 30 ... being aware of increased risk can help you focus on the areas you can affect. If ... read more

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