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DNA-binding protein CHD1 could be potential biomarker for targeted prostate cancer treatment

DNA-binding protein CHD1 could be potential biomarker for targeted prostate cancer treatment

The loss of CHD1, one of the most frequently mutated genes in prostate tumors, sensitizes human prostate cancer cells to different drugs, including PARP inhibitors. [More]
Dr Google is here to stay - so how do you do it safely?

Dr Google is here to stay - so how do you do it safely?

Almost four out of five Australians (78%) report that they look for information about medicines on the internet, according to a new 2016 survey* released during Be Medicinewise Week (22-28 August). [More]
New MRI method detects low zinc levels to help identify healthy prostate tissue from cancer

New MRI method detects low zinc levels to help identify healthy prostate tissue from cancer

A novel MRI method that detects low levels of zinc ion can help distinguish healthy prostate tissue from cancer, UT Southwestern Medical Center radiologists have determined. [More]
Primary breadwinner status may affect psychological well-being and health of men

Primary breadwinner status may affect psychological well-being and health of men

Gendered expectations in marriage are not just bad for women, they are also bad for men, according to a new study by University of Connecticut sociologists. [More]
Men experience greater pain relief than women after smoking marijuana, study finds

Men experience greater pain relief than women after smoking marijuana, study finds

Researchers from Columbia University Medical Center found that men had greater pain relief than women after smoking marijuana. [More]
T-sol can be safe and effective treatment for men with hypogonadism

T-sol can be safe and effective treatment for men with hypogonadism

For men with hypogonadism, a condition in which the body does not produce enough testosterone, low sex drive and fatigue are common symptoms. [More]
IRB Barcelona scientists rediscover utility of disordered proteins as therapeutic targets

IRB Barcelona scientists rediscover utility of disordered proteins as therapeutic targets

Prostate cancer, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's...these three diseases are associated with proteins that share a common feature, namely disordered regions that have no apparent rigid three-dimensional structure. [More]
Greater screening can help improve colorectal cancer rates among Hispanic men in California

Greater screening can help improve colorectal cancer rates among Hispanic men in California

Colorectal cancer incidence and mortality rates in California have decreased markedly for men and women in all major racial-ethnic groups since 1990, except for Hispanic men. [More]
Austerity causes young British men to turn into spornosexuals

Austerity causes young British men to turn into spornosexuals

The economic crisis and austerity are having an unexpected consequence: more young men striving for gym-fit, photo-perfect bodies that they use to create a social media brand. [More]
Novel computational analysis of prostate cancer suggests potential targets for therapy

Novel computational analysis of prostate cancer suggests potential targets for therapy

Cancer researchers have applied a comprehensive set of analytical tools to lethal cases of metastatic prostate cancer, yielding a detailed map of the complex networks of interactions among genes and proteins that enable prostate cancer cells to proliferate and evade treatment. [More]
SBP board member donates $1M for researchers to study pancreatic and prostate cancer

SBP board member donates $1M for researchers to study pancreatic and prostate cancer

Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute (SBP) has received a $1M donation from The Epstein Family Foundation for scientists to study pancreatic and prostate cancer. [More]
Novel compound holds potential for next-generation prostate cancer treatment

Novel compound holds potential for next-generation prostate cancer treatment

In the search for new ways to attack recurrent prostate cancer, researchers at Duke Health report that a novel compound appears to have a unique way of blocking testosterone from fueling the tumors in mice. [More]
Combination of examination and radical local therapy can improve survival of men with prostate cancer

Combination of examination and radical local therapy can improve survival of men with prostate cancer

Men with very high-risk prostate cancer, who are treated at hospitals with a high proportion of administered radical local treatment (radiotherapy or prostatectomy), only have half of the mortality risk of men who are treated at hospitals with the lowest proportion. [More]
Lack of insurance may increase risk of death in men with testicular cancer, study finds

Lack of insurance may increase risk of death in men with testicular cancer, study finds

Men with testicular cancer who were uninsured or on Medicaid had a higher risk of death from what is normally a curable disease than insured patients, a new study found. [More]
Studies show insurance status may impact patients' health outcomes following cancer diagnosis

Studies show insurance status may impact patients' health outcomes following cancer diagnosis

Two new studies indicate that health insurance status may impact patients' health outcomes following a diagnosis of cancer. [More]
African-American men treated with ADT for prostate cancer suffer from high mortality rates

African-American men treated with ADT for prostate cancer suffer from high mortality rates

In a retrospective study analyzing patients' medical records, researchers at Brigham and Women's Hospital found that patients' race significantly affected their longevity by increasing the likelihood of death after receiving androgen deprivation therapy (ADT). [More]
Study explores economic decision-making in lean and corpulent men

Study explores economic decision-making in lean and corpulent men

When slim men suffer bouts of low blood sugar, chances are that they will make unfair decisions involving the more rotund people they engage with in the workplace. [More]
Study shows link between inflammatory biomarkers and prevalence of CAD in HIV-infected men

Study shows link between inflammatory biomarkers and prevalence of CAD in HIV-infected men

A cardiac imaging study led by Hossein Bahrami, MD, PhD, assistant professor of cardiovascular medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California, along with investigators from Johns Hopkins University and five other institutions, showed a correlation between higher inflammatory biomarkers and an increased prevalence of coronary artery disease (CAD) in men infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). [More]
Scientists engineer therapeutic system with two arms to get better hold on cancer target

Scientists engineer therapeutic system with two arms to get better hold on cancer target

Scientists have engineered a sort of biological barbell that can get inside cancer cells and do damage to two proteins that work independently and together to enable cancer's survival and spread. [More]
Erectile dysfunction drugs do not play role in preventing prostate cancer, study shows

Erectile dysfunction drugs do not play role in preventing prostate cancer, study shows

While some previous studies have indicated that taking erectile dysfunction (ED) drugs may reduce the likelihood of developing prostate cancer, new research published in The Journal of Urology found that these drugs do not play a role in preventing prostate cancer. [More]
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