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  1. The Prostate Diet Cookbook: Cancer-Fighting Foods for a Healthy Prostate by Buffy Sanders, 2001-07
  2. The Doctor Who Cures Cancer by William Kelley Eidem, 2009-01-06
  3. Androgen Receptor Modulation in Prostate Cancer: Basics, Concepts, Methods by Peyman Tavassoli, 2010-05-18
  4. Life, Sex, and Prostate Cancer Surgery: How One Man Healed and Was Made Whole by John C. Hallenborg, 2009-08-10
  5. Men, Women, and Prostate Cancer: A Medical and Psychological Guide for Women and the Men They Love by Barbara Rubin Wainrib, Michael Droller, et all 2000-01
  6. Interpreting Your PSA and Related Prostate Cancer Blood Tests by Michael J. Dattoli, M.D. and Jennifer Cash ARNP, 2009-11-30
  7. How I Arrested The Growth Of Prostate Cancer Without Surgery Or Radiation Therapy, While Leading A Normal Life… The Natural Way by Daniel A. Schiappa, 2004-06-08
  8. Love, Sex and PSA - Living and Loving with Prostate Cancer by Robert Mitchcox, 1997-10-01
  9. Prostate Cancer: A Family Consultation by Philip Kantoff, 1996-11-15
  10. How To Prevent Prostate Problems: A Complete Guide to the Essentials of Prostate Health by Frank Murray, 2009-03-16
  11. Third Opinion on Prostate Cancer by Jessie Wright, 2010-09-07
  12. Prostate Cancer by Dr. Jon Schiller PhD, 2010-07-14
  13. Prostate Cancer; Biology, Genetics, and the New Therapeutics (Contemporary Cancer Research)
  14. The First Year: Prostate Cancer: An Essential Guide for the Newly Diagnosed by Christopher Lukas, 2005-11-08

101. North American Scientific - Home
Holding company with subsidiary which manufactures and markets broad line of lowlevel radiation sources and standards for medical, scientific and industrial uses, such as a brachytherapy line for the treatment of prostate cancer. (Nasdaq NASI).
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102. ECPCP | Hope Through Education
The Education Center for prostate cancer Patients (ECPCP) serves the prostate cancer community worldwide with primary goal to educate and support prostate
Home NexProfiler™ Tool Discussion Forum Members ... Related Links Registered members only! Click to Register Physician Finder .. Choose Your State Arizona California Colorado Florida Georgia Hawaii Illinois Indiana Iowa Kentucky Louisiana Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Missouri New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania South Carolina Tennessee Texas Utah Virginia Washington Washington, DC Wisconsin The mission of Education Center for Prostate Cancer Patients (ECPCP) is to provide objective and accurate information to the degree it is reasonably possible. Neither ECPCP, its publishers, officers, directors, nor its staff shall have any liability or responsibility to any person or entity with respect to any loss, damage, or injury caused or alleged to be caused, directly or indirectly by the use of the information contained herein. The foregoing parties do not endorse nor recommend any product discussed or presented herein. All material is provided for informational and educational purposes only. The information contained herein is not intended for prescriptive purposes nor as a substitute for medical advice. You must consult your own health care provider for appropriate counseling and treatment.

103. Diagnosis And Treatment Of Prostate Cancer - April 1, 1998 - American Academy Of
Diagnosis and Treatment of prostate cancer. prostate cancer is second only to lung cancer as the leading cause of cancer deaths in American men.

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University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California
Southern California Kaiser Permanente Medical Group, West Los Angeles, California
University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California
A patient information handout on screening for prostate cancer , written by the authors of this article, is provided on page 1541. Another handout on management options for prostate cancer , also written by the authors, is provided on page 1545. P rostate cancer is second only to lung cancer as the leading cause of cancer deaths in American men. In 1997, approximately 209,900 new cases of prostate cancer were diagnosed, and more than 41,800 deaths were attributed to this malignancy. At present, chemotherapy and immunotherapy cannot cure prostate cancer once it has spread beyond the gland. Therefore, curative treatment for localized tumors may be the best hope of lowering the mortality rate for prostate cancer. According to this viewpoint, the primary focus of prostate cancer management should be the detection and aggressive treatment of tumors while they are still confined to the prostate.

104. Prostate Cancer Screening: More Harm Than Good? - August 1998 - American Academy
prostate cancer Screening More Harm Than Good? MICHAEL L conducted. Evidence Favoring prostate cancer Screening. See editorial. Although

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Prostate Cancer Screening: More Harm Than Good?
University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia, Missouri
The American Cancer Society and other national medical organizations emphasize the need for routine screening for prostate cancer in men over the age of 50. The serum prostate-specific antigen (PSA) assay is the test most commonly recommended for the purpose of screening. However, when PSA screening is examined critically from the standpoint of the principles of screening, evidence from prospective studies to support the routine use of PSA testing is lacking. Data suggest that screening often detects what may be indolent, nonaggressive prostate cancer. The treatment of such a cancer with radiation or radical prostatectomy can result in significant morbidity, including urinary incontinence and impotence, without a proven decrease in mortality. Evidence from randomized clinical trials in support of routine PSA screening is urgently needed. T he purpose of screening tests is to identify disease in asymptomatic persons at a stage when treatment will alter the natural history of the condition. There is now a widespread call to incorporate routine prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening for prostate cancer into the care of men over age 50. However, little prospective evidence shows that the benefits of such testing outweigh the risks. The ideal way to assess the efficacy of screening is with prospective randomized clinical trials; unfortunately, no such trial of prostate cancer screening has been conducted.

105. Pca Book
A Revolutionary Approach To prostate cancer. Treatment Young. Also contributions from several prostate cancer survivors and Jennifer Cash, RN.
A Revolutionary
Approach To
Prostate Cancer
Treatment Options
Aubrey Pilgrim In Association With
Drs. Stephen Auerbach, Israel Barken, Loren Buhle, Edward P. DeAntoni, Don Fuller,
Gordon Grado, Gerald Hanks, David Larkin, Jeff Michalski, Charles Myers, Syed Nisar,
Jonathan Oppenheimer, Scott Press, Ajmel Puthwala, Haakon Ragde, Roger Sopher,
Steve Strum, Barton Wachs, Chris Warner, Larry Weisenthal, and Roger Young.
Also contributions from several prostate cancer survivors and Jennifer Cash, RN. The proceeds from this book goes to
Patient Advocates for Advanced Cancer Treatments
(PAACT) 616-453-1477 For more info, contact Aubrey at or Publishing Credits Table Of Contents Dedication Forward Introduction Chapter 1 What Cancer Is Chapter 2 My Prostate Cancer Chapter 3 The Prostate, Penis and the Reproductive System Chapter 4 Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia Chapter 5 Diagnosis and Staging Chapter 6 The Pathologist Chapter 7 Watch and Wait Chapter 8 Radical Prostatectomy Chapter 9 Radiation Chapter 10 Proton Beam Radiation Chapter 11 Brachytherapy Chapter 12 Cryosurgery Chapter 13 Hormone Treatments Chapter 14 Chemotherapy Chapter 15 Pain Management Chapter 16 Incontinence Chapter 17 Erectile Dysfunction Chapter 18 Erectile Dysfunction and Sex Chapter 19 Quackery Chapter 20 Diet and Exercise Chapter 21 Resources Chapter 22 Preparing For The Worst Chapter 23 The Future - Looking For The Magic Bullet Glossary

106. Prostate Implants New Zealand
Providing brachytherapy seed impants to treat prostate cancer in New Zealand and in the Pacific.

107. Prostate Cancer Fundamentals
Arguments re prostate cancer should men be tested - if positive, should he be treated? Medical journal quotes supplied.

108. .:: Praecis Pharmaceuticals
Develops peptidebased therapeutics for the treatment of human diseases, including diseases aggravated by testosterone or estrogen, such as prostate cancer and endometriosis, alzheimer's disease, and inflammatory diseases, such as arthritis. (Nasdaq PRCS).
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109. EMedicine Health - Prostate Cancer Overview
The prostate is a glandular organ present only in males. Only men develop prostate cancer. You are in Cancer and Tumors, prostate cancer, Overview,
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You are in: Cancer and Tumors Prostate Cancer Overview The prostate is a glandular organ present only in males. Only men develop prostate cancer. The prostate is normally about 3 cm long (slightly more than 1 inch) and lies at the neck of the bladder and in front of the rectum.
  • The prostate surrounds the urethra, which is a tubular structure that carries sperm and urine out of the penis.
    It produces a thin, milky fluid that is added to the sperm at the time of ejaculation.

110. National Institute On Aging - NIA
National Institute on Aging Covers acute and chronic prostatitis, benign prostatic hypertrophy, prostate cancer, and resources.
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111. Urology At Hopkins: Brady Urological Institute
UROLOGIC CONDITIONS. prostate cancer. Bladder Cancer. Kidney Cancer. Testis Cancer. Penile Cancer. Adrenal Cancer. Benign Prostate Hypertrophy. Stone Disease.
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Anatomic Radical Retropubic Prostatectomy: Detailed description of the surgical technique

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112. Florida Prostate Cancer Network
Directory of resources including local support for patients and families. Located in Tampa, Florida.
Fighting Prostate Cancer Together
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A loophole in the new Medicare Prescription Drug and Modernization Act may negatively impact your prostate cancer treatment - or the treatment of someone you love. Read about it and take action now!
In the next 24 hours, prostate cancer will claim the lives of over 80 American men. Each day 44 men in Florida are expected to be diagnosed with prostate cancer making it the #1 diagnosed (non-skin) in our state. 1 in 6 American men is at lifetime risk of prostate cancer.
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113. Prostate Calculator
Predicts a patient s chance of surviving prostate cancer and the likelihood of its spread. Uses artificial intelligence and numerical methods.
Funded by The Institute for Clinical Research
at the Washington D.C. Veterans Affairs Medical Center

114. Edison New Jersey Urology Care Specialist-Male Fertilization,Female Urology,Vase
Urology practice based in Central New Jersey. Specializing in male dysfunction, no scalpel vasectomy, incontinence, female urology, prostate cancer, urinary stones, pediatric urology. Two locations.
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115. The Prostate Centre
BPH) Biopsy Brachytherapy Clinical trials Gleason Grade Hormone therapy Impotence Incontinence Nutrition prostate cancer by stage (TNM) Prostate Specific

116. - Prostate Cancer
prostate cancer is the most common cancer in American men, threatening sexuality and life. prostate cancer By Mayo Clinic staff Overview

117. - Medical And Health Information And Tools From Mayo Clinic
EarlyStage prostate cancer, May 23, 2004. Receiving a diagnosis of prostate cancer can be scary. It can lead you to fear, panic and hurried decisions.
Early-Stage Prostate Cancer
June 2, 2004
By Mayo Clinic staff It will take about an hour to go through the information in this guide. Although it is not essential to do it all in one sitting, it is important to review it before making a treatment decision. That way you may be more fully informed and know what to expect. The information presented in "Early-Stage Prostate Cancer: What’s best for me?" is designed specifically for men with early-stage prostate cancer, not advanced prostate cancer.
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118. Testosterone Linked To Prostate Cancer (
Testosterone Linked To prostate cancer Older Men With Higher Level Are at Risk prostate cancer affects 221,000 American men a year and kills 29,000.
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Monday, May 10, 2004; Page A02 Men older than 50 who have higher levels of testosterone have a higher risk of prostate cancer, U.S. researchers reported yesterday. The findings may mean that men should be cautious about a new kind of treatment called testosterone replacement therapy, being tested in older men who see a decline in general health and vigor. A study of more than 750 men showed those with the highest levels of free testosterone in the blood were the most likely to have prostate cancer. "Since testosterone replacement therapy increases the amount of free testosterone in the blood, older men considering or receiving testosterone replacement should be counseled as to the association until data from long-term clinical trials becomes available," J. Kellogg Parsons, a urologist at Johns Hopkins University who led the study, said in a statement. The association between free testosterone and prostate cancer risk in older men was not affected by height, weight, percent of body fat or muscle mass, Parsons told a meeting of the American Urological Association in San Francisco.

119. Prostate Cancer Web Directory - CancerIndex
Worldwide about 395,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year. Menu prostate cancer Web Directory. Screening for prostate cancer (7 links).

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Prostate Cancer Web Directory Home Cancer Types Prostate Cancer Prostate cancer accounts for over a quater of all cancers in men. The prostate is a small male sex gland located below the bladder, it produces fluid that becomes semen. Prostate cancer occurs mostly in older men, it is rare before the age of 50, and the risk increases with age. There has been an increase in the incidence of prostate cancer since the early 1980's, most likely due to an increased use of screening using the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test. However, the role as screening for prostate cancer remains controversial. World-wide about 395,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year.
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  • Canadian Prostate Cancer Network This site by the National Association of Prostate Cancer Support Groups includes research news, details of local support groups and links to related resources.

120. Morganstern Urology Clinic, P.C. & Men's Health Center- Specializing In Male Sex
Specializes in problems of the urinary tract with a subspecialty in male impotence, prostate cancer, and laser surgery. Located in Atlanta, Georgia.
Steven L. Morganstern, M.D., specializes in male sexual dysfunction and problems of the urinary tract with a subspecialty in penile enhancement (penis enlargement), prostate cancer, and benign prostate problems. In the early 1990's Dr. Morganstern pioneered the use of radioactive seed implants in Atlanta, which has revolutionized the treatment of prostate cancer. A member of the Medical Honor Society, he has authored numerous articles on urology and several books including Overcoming Impotence and The Prostate Source Book . Dr. Morganstern was involved in the development of the penile prosthesis and has helped thousands of men suffering from impotence return to a normal life. His work in the area of penile enhancement (penis enlargement) has earned him a reputation as a very capable and caring surgeon. After performing over one thousand penile enhancements he has developed techniques that give men the results and confidence they seek. Dr. Morganstern has been practicing urology in Atlanta since 1979 and takes pride in continuing to practice medicine in a sensitive, confidential and skilled manner. He is a national lecturer and has appeared on "Good Morning America", CNN, "20/20", and numerous local newscasts. Dr. Morganstern has introduced many new methods in urology. He also teaches surgical procedures to physicians nationwide.
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