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Urine samples could spare the needle in detecting prostate cancer

The researchers say the urine test for prostate ... using dogs' incredible sense of smell as inspiration for the development of new-age diagnostic devices. This could have a real impact on the detecti... read more

New diagnostic device that 'smells' prostate cancer in urine could save lives

A new diagnostic device that can detect prostate cancer in men’s urine, according to researchers in the U.K. Prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in men in the United States, be... read more

Chemists devise inexpensive, accurate way to detect prostate cancer

Early screening for prostate cancer could ... save lives and that will bring down healthcare costs drastically." The researchers used a combination of readily available chemicals and unique electronic ... read more

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Study: Annual prostate cancer test doesn't save lives

in men doesn't save lives. Scientists followed 76,000 men for 10 to 13 years and found annual screening for prostate cancer led to more diagnoses but didn't result in less deaths from the disease, acc... read more

Prostate cancer: deadly but defeatable

More than 240,000 new cases of prostate cancer were diagnosed ... men outweighs the potential to save lives, and recommends eliminating the test in healthy men. Some physicians vehemently disagree. “T... read more

Prostate cancer is not just an older man's disease and PSA exams are essential for early detection, even if you're in your 40s

Prostate cancer, the second most common cancer among men in the U.S., has always been known as an older man's disease, but more and more that is changing. The average age of diagnosis is about ... in ... read more

Dogs Sniff Out Prostate Cancer With 98 Percent Accuracy

Researchers at the Istituto Clinico Humanitas in Italy have trained two dogs that can sniff out the scent of prostate cancer in urine samples with a success rate of 98 percent, a new study reports ... ... read more

New method for prostate cancer detection can save millions of men painful examination

Each year prostate tissue samples are taken ... to investigate whether and where men have prostate cancer using existing ultrasound scanners, together with the Academic Medical Center Amsterdam. These ... read more

What to know about prostate cancer after Mitt Romney's announcement

As Mitt Romney is said to be considering a run for the Senate, many people are asking how his newly announced battle with prostate cancer could affect his health ... blood in the semen, decreased urin... read more

For Cancer-Detecting Canines, The Nose Knows

A new ... of the diagnosis of cancer. It kept me focused on the fact that I knew that dogs could offer something, if we can diagnose for cancer by screening non-invasively, screening for volatiles. An... read more

Sniffing out cancer

It could be a diabetic ... are raising hopes of a new era in screening. These devices have proven their merit in small studies but if they pan out in larger populations, we may well be on the threshol... read more

PSA Test: New Studies, Same Old Questions

Maybe that's the best way I can summarize my feelings about two studies reported today in the New England Journal of Medicine on the topic of prostate cancer screening ... even though no one could rea... read more

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