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By PA Public Relations Company
February 2nd International Observance Day started by BrownByrd Prostate Cancer Foundation now recognized officially by Countries, States, Cities, Towns, and municipalities around the globe

By Samantha Scott
The Omni Club is hosting a free Men’s Health Seminar on Saturday, January 14th at 10:30 a.m. with a presentation by one of Southwest Florida’s leading Urologists, Dr. Steven A. Harrison with Florida Urology Physicians.

By Pints for Prostates
Tyler’s Restaurant &Taproom in Raleigh will play host to the Raleigh Rare and Vintage Beer Tasting on Feb. 4 from 2-6 p.m. to raise awareness and funds in the fight against prostate cancer.

By Tom McLaughlin
In spite of endless claims of prostate cancer cures, where is the proof? Tom McLaughlin has set out on a quest to find that proof and is asking other prostate cancer victims to join him by providing vital information through a prostate cancer survey

By NMA Press Office
Significant racial disparities exist for African American men diagnosed with prostate cancer. In fact, African American men have a 60% higher incidence of the disease and 2-fold higher mortality compared to other ethnic groups in the United States.

By Alilson Page
Jeremy Chapman, Director of Roy Chapman Ford located in Berkhamsted, Herts, reports on Day 7 of Movember.

By Tamara Jett, President-MNPCC
The Minnesota Prostate Cancer Coalition supports the consensus of the NASPCC related to the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommendation.

By Pints for Prostates
The draft recommendation by U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) urging men to avoid using the PSA blood test for prostate cancer screening is a major blow to men’s health that will cost thousands of American lives during the next decade.

By Better Health Publishing
New animal study confirms the dramatic effects of a natural formula against aggressive prostate cancer tumors. Researchers at the Methodist Research Institute at Indiana University conducted the study on mice.

By Men's Health Network
Men's Health Network (MHN) is very concerned about the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) draft recommendations on the use of prostate-specific antigen (PSA) testing in the early detection of prostate cancer.

By Daily Ovation
November 6 2011 thousands of supporters will fill USC’s campus for the second annual Los Angeles Prostate Cancer 5k. Team CEG is friends, celebrities, Olympians and industry leaders proud to “race for the cure”. Now you can join Team CEG too!

By American Association for Critical Illness Insuranc
Critical illness insurance trade group lauds new breakthrough technology that can be used to discriminate cancerous prostate cells in bodily fluids has been developed.

By Jerry Lee
SAN DIEGO, CA -- True Diagnostics, Inc. announces that Dr. Mark Stearns has joined the Company’s Scientific Advisory Board.

By Dr. Patrick Maguire
When cancer hits home and the diagnosis is prostate cancer, patients naturally experience fear. Dr. Patrick Maguire hopes to alleviate some of those fears and offers important information in his recently published guide

By Norris Beren
September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month and prostate cancer patients need to become the ‘CEO’ of their treatment team.

By Life Matters Media
Sunday, September 18th, 2011, the interview portion of the show attempts to provide insights on Prostate Cancer. Special Guest, Oncologist Physician & Researcher, Dr. Patrick Maguire discusses “Empowering Against Prostate Cancer. . .”

By Vitamin D Council
he Vitamin D Council, a nonprofit educational corporation based in California, launches their “Vitamin D and Cancer” campaign today, presenting 20 detailed summaries of the evidence on the role of vitamin D in preventing cancer.

By Rick Lyke
For the second consecutive year Jolly Pumpkin Artisan Ales of Michigan and The Rare Beer of the Month Club™, which ships unique craft beers nationwide, are teaming up on a special limited release beer to benefit the Pints for Prostates campaign.

By Rick Lyke
BeerTrips.com and Pints for Prostates are teaming up for a special trip to Belgium from Sept. 7-15, 2012, that will benefit the fight against prostate cancer. The seven night trip includes beer tastings, escorted cafe crawls, guided city tours,

By Pints for Prostates
Pints for Prostates is hosting more than 20 "Oktoberfest for a Cure" events to encourage men to get a prostate health screening.

By Tara Goodin
Latest Technique for Prostate Cancer Diagnosis Decreases Need for Prostatectomy

By Pints for Prostates
Denver Rare Beer Tasting III Announces Preliminary Beer Line Up. Beer Fans Have Already Snapped Up More Than 93% of Tickets for Sept. 30th event that Supports the Pints for Prostates campaign.

By Spotlight Communications
This Father’s Day, June 19th, Black churches across the country will participate in a Father’s Day “Rally Against Prostate Cancer” with the theme of Joining Hands in Prayer and Action to Save Lives.

By Dileep Gangolli
US TOO raises funds and awareness for the prevention and screening of prostate cancer.

By Rick Lyke
Pints for Prostates campaign allows donors to buy Dad a "virtual beer" to help fight prostate cancer.

By Prostate Conditions Education Council
ZYTIGA (abiraterone acetate) Receives FDA Approval

By Rick Lyke
OMB Copper Classic Run for Pints for Prostates is a fun 1,000 yard dash around the block followed by beer, food, music and fun at the brewery.

By Better Health Publishing
Researchers at Indiana University and Methodist Research Institute publish the dramatic effects of a natural formula against prostate cancer. This is the second in-depth study supporting the effectiveness of this formula against the disease.

By Better Health Publishing
Dr. Isaac Eliaz lectures on Integrative approaches to Prostate Cancer at the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine (A4M) Integrative Oncology Fellowship.

By Rick Lyke
Nine night beer tour of Czech Republic and Germany raises fund to fight prostate cancer.

By Jeff Jurmain
In the latest piece of health news, a study has found an unfortunate risk factor for prostate cancer. It seems that men who start to lose hair at the age of 20 are more likely to develop prostate cancer in later life.

By Malecare Prostate Cancer Support
Men diagnosed with advanced stage prostate cancer are now getting the information and support they need, nationwide from Malecare's new Advanced Prostate Cancer Program.

By Helena Gerwitz, Feature Radiators
Moustaches were all the rage at Feature Radiators in November, as sponsorship of the team’s facial hair growth raised money for the Prostate Cancer Charity.

By Jeff Jurmain
A new study of prostate cancer patients has found that those who exercise more have a lower risk of overall death, and death due to the disease itself.

By EPG Health Media
The launch of a new interactive online ‘Knowledge Centre’ on Prostate Cancer has been announced by EPG Health Media. Healthcare professionals are invited to access the resource for free at EPG Online (www.epgonline.org/prostate-cancer).

By Torian Salary
KEVIN BYRD is named as one of the most influential African American Male entertainers under 30 years old. Kevin Byrd at 29; stands at the Threshold of International Super stardom.

By Rhian Walker, Genome BC
Two Vancouver researchers are tackling the deadliest forms of prostate cancer, the most commonly diagnosed male cancer in Canada, using a brand new field of genomics called computational chemogenomics.

By The Winger Bookstore
Charlie Winger, author of the new memoir Two Shadows - The inspirational story of one man's triumph over adversity announces that he will donate $5 per book sale to MOvember, a global, non-profit men's health initiative.

By Better Health Publishing
Researchers at Columbia University recently analyzed the positive effects of Modified Citrus Pectin (MCP) on human and mouse prostate cancer cell lines.

By Better Health Publishing
Researchers at Indiana University and Methodist Research Institute have published the dramatic effects of a natural formula against breast cancer.

By Bharatbook
Bharatbook added a new report on "Japanese Market for Urological Devices 2010" which gives the market outlook and forecast on Urological Devices market in Japan.

By City of Remo
The City of Remo enters its third year of fundraising for the Movember campaign. The annual moustache growing effort is designed to raise funds and awareness for men's health issues with a focus on prostate and testicular cancer.

By Men's Health Network
September 19-25, 2010 is Prostate Cancer Awareness Week and Talking About Men’s Health’s most recent blog post shares a few quick tips for staying competitive in the battle against prostate cancer.

By Sheila King Public Relations
Us TOO Int. Cancer Education and Support Network (www.ustoo.org) supports the prostate cancer public awareness and fundraising, “Conquer Prostate Cancer,” wristband campaign created by fashion designer and cancer survivor Joseph Bruno.

By Briggs & Rogers
21st Century Oncology along with participating Prostate Cancer Institute urologists in Lee and Collier Counties are offering complimentary prostate cancer screenings September 13 and October 31 in honor of National Prostate Cancer Awareness month.

By Risk Reduction Education, Inc.
Prostate cancer patients need to become the CEO of their treatment team rather than the primary doctor. So says Norris Beren, a survivor and author of a new book – Prostate Cancer – Hope Is Not a Strategy.

By Men's Health Network
Dr. Arnon Krongrad discusses surgery for chronic prostatitis with the Talking About Men’s Health blog.

By Prostate Conditions Education Council
Prostate Conditions Education Council Hosts Awareness Week, September 19-25

By Briggs & Rogers
New radiation delivery system accelerates treatment for cancer with unprecedented speed and accuracy

By Suzanne Cibotti
A study conducted by scientists at ChemImage Corporation revealed that Raman Molecular Imaging (RMI), a type of hyperspectral imaging, has potential in predicting the progression of prostate cancer.




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