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Raw, bitter vegies for prostate cancer men

As if prostate cancer were not scary enough, hundreds of men with the disease are being subjected to a menu of raw, bitter vegetables for five years. That means lots of kale, turnips and radishes to go with their carrots and tomatoes. [Ed. note:  Everything in moderation and results aren’t in yet.] Read the article.

VIDEO: Dr. Sharon Sharir, “Decision-making and patient-doctor communication regarding prostate cancer”

January 2014 Scotiabank Awareness Night “Decision-making and patient-doctor communication regarding prostate cancer”   Dr. Sharon Sharir MD, MPH, FRCSC Division of Urology,  Humber River Regional Hospital  Assistant Professor, Dept. of Surgery,                                       University of Toronto CLICK ON THE ARROW TO START THE VIDEO Click here for The Complete Presentation 60:48 minutes \ The compete presentation is available in 6 parts. Click here for Presentation Part 1  Click here for Presentation Part 2  Click here for Presentation Part 3  Click here for Presentation Part 4 Click here for Presentation Part 5 Click here for Presentation Part 6 Click here for Winston Klass Thanks …

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UCLA study finds robotic-assisted prostate surgery offers better cancer control

An observational study from UCLA’s Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center has found that prostate cancer patients who undergo robotic-assisted prostate surgery have fewer instances of cancer cells at the edge of their surgical specimen and less need for additional cancer treatments like hormone or radiation therapy than patients who have traditional “open” surgery. Read the article.

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