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Active surveillance improves health related quality of life in low risk prostate cancer patients

Active surveillance improves health related quality of life in low risk prostate cancer patients

Active surveillance (AS) has become an increasingly important alternative to surgery, chemotherapy, or radiation treatment for men diagnosed with low risk prostate cancer. [More]
VCU Health radiologist uses MRI technology to detect difficult prostate cancers

VCU Health radiologist uses MRI technology to detect difficult prostate cancers

For three years, Andrew Harder wondered if he had prostate cancer. In 2009, he had routine blood work that revealed an elevated prostate-specific antigen (PSA) level. [More]
MES announces global release of two new semen analysis products

MES announces global release of two new semen analysis products

Medical Electronic Systems today announced the worldwide release of two new products to supplement its full line of Automated and Manual semen analysis solutions. [More]
New imaging tool may help detect presence of androgen receptor in prostate cancer patients

New imaging tool may help detect presence of androgen receptor in prostate cancer patients

Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers in men. Tumor growth is critically regulated by the androgen receptor, and treatment strategies to lower androgens, such as testosterone, are a mainstay of clinical treatment. [More]
Researchers identify genetic causes underlying higher rate of melanoma in men

Researchers identify genetic causes underlying higher rate of melanoma in men

A study led by researchers at Universitat Jaume I de Castellón has identified one of the genetic causes underlying the higher rate of melanoma in men. The results have been published in Biology of Sex Differences. [More]
Study confirms efficacy of PrEP in reducing risk of HIV infection in men who have sex with men

Study confirms efficacy of PrEP in reducing risk of HIV infection in men who have sex with men

The last phase of ANRS IPERGAY has confirmed that "on-demand" pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is a highly effective method of reducing the risk of HIV infection in men who have sex with men and who report high-risk behavior. [More]
UCLA urologist debunks 5 common myths about vasectomies

UCLA urologist debunks 5 common myths about vasectomies

Men can be very concerned about what happens during, and after, a vasectomy - specifically how it will affect them personally. Dr. Jesse Mills, a clinical professor of urology and director of The Men's Clinic at UCLA, says the many myths surrounding the procedure can make men rethink what is often a smart choice for them. [More]
New study reports significant increase in new metastatic prostate cancer cases

New study reports significant increase in new metastatic prostate cancer cases

The number of new cases of metastatic prostate cancer climbed 72 percent in the past decade from 2004 to 2013, reports a new Northwestern Medicine study. [More]
Obesity is linked with premature death, particularly in men

Obesity is linked with premature death, particularly in men

Being overweight or obese is associated with an increased risk of premature death, according to the largest ever study into obesity and death. [More]
Study finds evidence that PD-1 antibody may benefit men with metastatic prostate cancer

Study finds evidence that PD-1 antibody may benefit men with metastatic prostate cancer

Restoring tumor-specific immunity is a treatment strategy that works well in melanoma and lung cancer patients. Now a new study out of the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute is reviving hope that the approach also may help men with life-threatening prostate cancer. [More]
Moffitt researchers receive grant to examine prostate cancer metastasis

Moffitt researchers receive grant to examine prostate cancer metastasis

Moffitt researchers David Basanta, PhD, and Conor Lynch, PhD, have been awarded a U01 grant to investigate prostate cancer metastasis. [More]
New study finds whether HIV-infected people on antiretroviral treatment transmit virus to their partner

New study finds whether HIV-infected people on antiretroviral treatment transmit virus to their partner

A new study has found that neither gay men nor heterosexual people with HIV transmit the virus to their partner, provided they are on suppressive antiretroviral treatment. [More]
Grindr app could be effective way to distribute HIV self-testing kits to high-risk men who have sex with men

Grindr app could be effective way to distribute HIV self-testing kits to high-risk men who have sex with men

A study led by researchers from UCLA found that the gay social and sexual networking app Grindr is an effective means through which to distribute HIV self-testing kits among men who have sex with men who have a high risk for contracting the virus. [More]
Phase III clinical study of promising prostate cancer drug reveals surprising results

Phase III clinical study of promising prostate cancer drug reveals surprising results

A recently published international clinical Phase III trial of a promising drug for treating advanced prostate cancer ended with surprising results: the new therapeutic agent failed to achieve any significant improvement in the overall survival of patients compared with the established standard treatment. [More]
Swedish researchers shed more light on hereditary prostate cancer

Swedish researchers shed more light on hereditary prostate cancer

It is a well-known fact that men with a family history of prostate cancer run an increased risk of developing the disease. The risk for brothers of men with prostate cancer is doubled. [More]
Germline genetic testing necessary for men with metastatic prostate cancer

Germline genetic testing necessary for men with metastatic prostate cancer

Men with metastatic prostate cancer should be considered for germline genetic testing of DNA repair genes, regardless of age or family history, according to a team of researchers from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, University of Washington School of Medicine, University of Michigan, and the Institute of Cancer Research Royal Marsden Hospital. [More]
Study highlights ongoing global epidemic of HIV among gay men

Study highlights ongoing global epidemic of HIV among gay men

Gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men continue to have disproportionately high burdens of HIV infection in countries of low, middle and high income around the world, a new study led by the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health suggests. [More]
QUT study finds age and education may influence women in selecting sperm donors

QUT study finds age and education may influence women in selecting sperm donors

With commercial sperm banking giving women more opportunities to become mothers, a world-first QUT study has found the age and education of sperm donors are the most important characteristics considered. [More]
Many popular sunscreens do not offer enough protection

Many popular sunscreens do not offer enough protection

A new study has shown that a large proportion of the top selling sunscreens do not meet guidelines recommended by the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD). [More]
Inherited mutations in DNA repair genes may predispose to metastatic prostate cancer

Inherited mutations in DNA repair genes may predispose to metastatic prostate cancer

Inherited mutations in genes that function to repair DNA may contribute to metastatic prostate cancer more than previously recognized, according to a study out today in the New England Journal of Medicine. [More]
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