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UCLA receives $9.3M grant to be used to provide free prostate cancer treatment

UCLA doctors received $9.3 million to help reduce the cost of prostate cancer treatment across California. The state of California awarded the grant to doctors in the UCLA urology department last week ... read more

A New Roadmap to Navigate Treatment Targets for Advanced Prostate Cancer

A: These results provide the momentum for further ... portrait conducted and the results of which will be used to better guide treatment decisions. Grants from the Department of Defense Prostate Cance... read more

NFL Player Shares Prostate Cancer Story

As a spokesperson for the American Urological Association, Haynes and his surgeon, Christopher Kane, MD, chief of urology at UC San Diego Medical Center, offer ... prostate cancer. A test for PSA may ... read more

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Men dying of prostate cancer referred too late to hospice care, study finds

More than half of men dying of prostate cancer use hospice ... making shorter stays receive fewer services and benefit less from the input of the full interdisciplinary team," the study states. "Incre... read more


How affirmative action could cure cancer and heart disease

Affirmative action programs are designed to provide access to high-quality higher education ... African-American males have higher rates of prostate cancer diagnosis and women with West African ancest... read more

Curing cancer, one tax return at a time

With funding from the California Cancer Research Fund (administered by UC's Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program), a team at UCLA is working to bring the level of radiation in an ultra-low-dose CT ... read more

Sociodemographic factors associated with postprostatectomy radiotherapy

E-mail: tkrupski@ ... its use in clinical practice. We used data from a national cancer registry to determine if nonclinical factors increased patient risk of postprostatectomy radiotherapy following ... read more

California Could Cut Off Feds In Response To Trump Threats

Officials are looking for money that flows through Sacramento to the federal government that could be used to offset the potential loss ... pay more in taxes to the federal Treasury than they receive ... read more

Northwest Biotherapeutics: Academic Results Create Positive Risk/Reward

Cumulative data from a variety of sources has been used to verify claims in other studies. For example, in "Pseudoprogression: Relevance with Respect to Treatment of High ... Already an approved thera... read more

Models: stretching the skills of cell lines and mice

“Prostate cancer has only a few cell lines that people use,” says Garraway. Other cells just do not grow in culture. Glioblastomas are aggressive brain tumors for which there are limited treatment ... ... read more

AUA Releases Best Practice Statement on Cryotherapy

This is the first time the AUA has released official guidance on this treatment modality. Due to insufficient long-term data on the efficacy of cryosurgery on metastasis-free ... on prostate cancer tr... read more

New assisted-suicide law lets doctors help dying Californians end their lives

“My mother died a horrible death,” said Etzler, 67, who was diagnosed with Stage 4 breast cancer in January and, without the treatment she receives, was given six ... vulnerable people while diminishi... read more



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