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         Prostate Cancer:     more books (100)
  1. A Nurse's Guide to Caring for Cancer Survivors: Prostate Cancer (Jones & Bartlett Survivorship Series) (Jones and Bartlett Survivorship Series) by Jennifer A. Welch, Stephanie K. Marcotte, 2009-09-03
  2. Journey Toward Wholeness: A Spiritual Encounter With Prostate Cancer by R. Carroll Stegall, 2004-03

141. Funding Opportunities-FY04 PCRP, Congressionally Directed Medical Research Progr
prostate cancer Research Program. Synopsis of FY04 PCRP Award Mechanisms provides a brief description and key elements of all award mechanisms.
Prostate Cancer Research Program
Synopsis of FY04 PCRP Award Mechanisms - provides a brief description and key elements of all award mechanisms. FY04 PCRP Program Announcements Proposal preparation instructions for each FY04 PCRP award mechanism are detailed in separate program announcements, and can be accessed by clicking on either the Microsoft Word or Adobe PDF link in the following table: HBCU Collaborative Partnership Awards Microsoft Word Adobe PDF HBCU Undergraduate Collaborative Summer Training Program Awards Microsoft Word Adobe PDF Physician Research Training Awards Microsoft Word Adobe PDF Electronic submission of proposals must be accomplished via the CDMRP eReceipt Online Proposal Submission site, and can be accessed at For PDF file download assistance, click here To determine if your institution is designated as an HBCU/MI for FY04 PCRP, consult the following list:
U.S. Department of Education Accredited Postsecondary Minority Institutions List
For further information, please send e-mail to:

142. Prostate Cancer - Urologychannel
Includes such topics as risk factors, symptoms, diagnosis, staging and treatment.
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Prostate Cancer CONDITIONS Adrenal Cancer Bladder Cancer Bladder Control Problems BPH/Enlarged Prostate Emergencies Erectile Dysfunction Female Sexual Dysfunction Hematuria Incontinence Interstitial Cystitis Kidney Cancer ... Testosterone Deficiency Upper Tract Tumors Urethral Cancer Urinary Tract Infection Varicocele Vasectomy RESOURCES
urologychannelMD Anatomy Clinical Trials Education ... What Is a Urologist? Videos ABOUT US Pressroom Testimonials print this ... email this Overview Adenocarcinoma of the prostate is the clinical term for a cancerous tumor on the prostate gland. As prostate cancer grows, it may spread to the interior of the gland, to tissues near the prostate, to sac-like structures attached to the prostate (seminal vesicles), and to distant parts of the body (e.g., bones, liver, lungs). Prostate cancer confined to the gland often is treated successfully. Anatomy The prostate gland is located in the pelvis, below the bladder, above the urethral sphincter and the penis, and in front of the rectum in men. It is made up of glandular tissue and muscle fibers that surround a portion of the urethra. The gland is covered by a membrane (called the prostate capsule) that produces prostate-specific antigen.

143. The Dave Rietz Prostate Cancer Info Page
prostate cancer What can and usually goes wrong! READ THIS FIRST!!! UPDATE, 10/2000, Stats . The Dave Rietz prostate cancer Info Page.
This site will provide the reader with a realistic overview of Prostate Cancer (from my personal experience) and attempts to provide a bounty of information to make plotting a course of action... easier.
Please note: If you find any bad links, or you believe that some item is not correct, or you know of an item that should be noted... please do everyone a favor and notify me by Email
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Why Me?
(you ask!)
They did, TOO!
  • Ed Asner
  • Marion Barry
  • Harry Belafonte
  • Richard Bloch
  • David Brinkley
  • Frank Borman
  • Senator Bob Dole
  • Eddie Fisher
  • George Forman
  • Robert Goulet
  • Jesse Helms
  • King Hussein
  • Jerry Lewis
  • Victor Mature
  • Michael Milken
  • Roger Moore
  • Arnold Palmer
  • Fes Parker
  • Richard Petty
  • Sidney Poitier
  • General Schwarzkopf
  • Johnny Unitas

They all have three things in common. They are MEN, they were all diagnosed with Prostate Cancer, and they are all alive! (1999)
Catch James Fulks
LONG list at "Rattler". READ THIS FIRST!!! UPDATE , 10/2000, "Stats"
The Dave Rietz Prostate Cancer Info Page
(I have added this page to DORway because I am convinced that one or more of the many toxins in aspartame or conversion components from its breakdown played a significant role in my contracting prostate cancer.)

144. Prostate Cancer: New Tests Create Treatment Dilemmas (FDA Consumer Reprint)
prostate cancer New Tests Create Treatment Dilemmas. by John Henkel. The names another connection. Each has died of prostate cancer.
Return to Federal Citizen Information Center Home Page This article originally appeared in the December 1994 FDA Consumer
The version below is from a reprint of the original article and contains revisions made in July 1997.
Prostate Cancer:
New Tests Create Treatment Dilemmas
by John Henkel The names are familiar: actors Don Ameche, Bill Bixby, and Telly Savalas, entertainment mogul Steve Ross, rock musician Frank Zappa. Though show business links these men, they share another connection. Each has died of prostate cancer. If there's a silver lining to be found amid the clouds of these tragic deaths, it is that the fame of these men has helped spotlight a disease that now ranks as the second most common cancer men getafter skin cancer. The American Cancer Society says prostate cancer will strike 334,500 U.S. men in 1997, twice the number of male lung cancer cases. Some 41,800 will die. One out of every five American men will develop prostate cancer in their lifetime. Public notice is something new to prostate cancer. For years, men didn't worry much about the disease. They typically thought of it as a slow-moving condition that affects men well past retirement, when they are likely to die of something else before succumbing to cancer. In many cases, that's still true. Most cases are in men 65 and older. But like Bixby, who was 59 when he died, and Zappa, who was 52, younger men also can fall victim.

145. Mark X. Coyne, MD, PA - Urology, Maryland - Welcome
Diagnosis and treatment of adult urological conditions for Frederick and surrounding communities. Offers a subspecialty in seed implantation for treating prostate cancer.
Mark X. Coyne, M.D., P.A.
Practice Limited to Urology
Mark X. Coyne, M.D., is dedicated to providing state-of-the-art diagnosis and treatment of adult urological conditions for Frederick, Maryland, and surrounding communities. Dr. Coyne, a board-certified urologist, offers a subspecialty in seed implantation for treating prostate cancer. As a urologist, Dr. Coyne has been trained to medically and surgically treat disorders of the male and female urinary tract (bladder, ureter, kidney, and urethra) and the male reproductive system. He combines experience and the latest technology in addressing urological concerns such as the following:
  • Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH; enlarged prostate)
  • Erectile dysfunction (impotence)
  • Prostate cancer
  • Urinary incontinence
Use these pages to learn more about our practice, our services, and urology. We hope you find these pages helpful and informative when making health care decisions.
Mark X. Coyne, M.D., P.A.
186 Thomas Johnson Dr.
Suite 104
Frederick, Maryland 21702
Tel: 301.695.6466

146. - Prostate Cancer Risk Linked To testosterone Level - May 9, 2004
Men over 50 who have higher levels of testosterone have a higher risk of prostate cancer, US researchers reported Sunday. Skip to main content,
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YOUR E-MAIL ALERTS Cancer Diseases or Create your own Manage alerts What is this? WASHINGTON (Reuters) Men over 50 who have higher levels of testosterone have a higher risk of prostate cancer, U.S. researchers reported Sunday. 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," said Dr. 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.

147. Prostate Cancer Support Group
Prostate support group meeting at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital monthly. Online help, information, and contacts
ONLY $6.95

Prostate Cancer Support Group



Prostate Cancer Support Group
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New News
We have two new testimonials that give personal experiences with PCa. There are also quite a few new links that get information on treatments, support groups, state coalitions, etc. Our schedule has been updated. This group was formed more than 12 years ago as support for prostate cancer patients and their families. It was noted that patients families suffer as much, yet in different ways as the patient themself. Therefore the group has presented topics of interest on a monthly basis that allows spouse attendance. Occasionaly there will be a roundtable discussion meeting that is only attended by the patients. Topics of recent meetings have been ' Ultrasound advances What is done when the cancer returns Erectile Dysfunction ', and '

148. Prostate Cancer - Mens Health: Health And Medical Information About Mens Health
This enlargement with aging is called benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH), but this condition is not associated with prostate cancer. What is prostate cancer?
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What is the prostate gland?
The prostate gland is an organ that is located at the base or outlet (neck) of the urinary bladder. (See the diagram.) The gland surrounds the first part of the urethra. The urethra is the passage through which urine drains from the bladder to exit from the penis. One function of the prostate gland is to help control urination by pressing directly against the part of the urethra that it surrounds. Another function of the prostate gland is to produce some of the substances that are found in normal semen, such as minerals and sugar. Semen is the fluid that transports the sperm. A man can manage quite well, however, without his prostate gland. (See the section on surgical treatment for prostate cancer In a young man, the normal prostate gland is the size of a walnut. During normal aging, however, the gland usually grows larger. This enlargement with aging is called benign prostatic hypertrophy (BPH), but this condition is not associated with prostate cancer. Both BPH and prostate cancer, however, can cause similar problems in older men. For example, an enlarged prostate gland can squeeze or impinge on the outlet of the bladder or the urethra, leading to difficulty with urination. The resulting symptoms commonly include slowing of the urinary stream and urinating more frequently, particularly at night.

149. ACS :: All About
Information from the American Cancer Society.

150. Prostate Cancer - - Prostate Cancer Survivors Support For Pro
NEW Forum page for chats with other prostate cancer patients, survivors and family members. is NOT a medical website.
The health and medical information on the World Wide Web comes from many sources and changes daily. There are likely to be errors and omissions in this information. This web site, its contributors nor its sponsors represents or warrants that the information in this Web Site or accessed through this Web Site is accurate or complete. Please direct your medical and health questions to your health care provider. NEW Forum page for chats with other prostate cancer
patients, survivors and family members.
Eating your way to Prostate Health by Fran Worrall Other Prostate Topics Prostate Related Books NEW Forum page for chats with other prostate cancer
patients, survivors and family members. is NOT a medical website. It was developed to provide what we hope will be useful information for men who have been diagnosed with prostate disease…and their family members. We do NOT have doctors to answer your questions

151. A Revolutionary Approach To Prostate Cancer
An entire book by Aubry Pilgrim describing his journey through diagnosis, radical prostatectomy, and the resultant erectile dysfunction. The entire book is free online.

152. : The AMEDEO Literature Guide The Best Medical Websites. prostate cancer. New articles,
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153. The Vancouver Island Prostate Cancer Research Foundation
Promoting basic clinical research into life enhancing treatment and an eventual cure for prostate cancer.

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Prostate Cancer has become the most common cancer affecting North American men. Early diagnosis saves lives! The Vancouver Island Prostate Cancer Research Foundation, is located in Victoria, BC. It is a non-profit organization devoted to promote prostate health and awareness, prostate cancer support groups for patients and their families and to promote research into life enhancing treatments and an eventual cure. Our goals are:
  • To facilitate and assist in the formation and running of Prostate Cancer support groups To provide a focus for Prostate Cancer To promote awareness of Prostate Cancer in the community To facilitate and promote Prostate Cancer research To promote co-operation amongst levels of government, citizens and treatment facilities To achieve and maintain excellence in Prostate Cancer management
Prostate Cancer is the most prevalent human cancer. Help us to help you … you may be next to be diagnosed.

154. Oncolink Prostate Cancer
Overview information covering such areas as diagnosis, staging and treatment.

155. Prostate Cancer Genetic Research Study
The prostate cancer Genetic Research Study (PROGRESS)is a nationwide research project exploring why some families have several male relatives with prostate
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The Prostate Cancer Genetic Research Study ( PROGRESS )is a nationwide research project exploring why some families have several male relatives with prostate cancer. Discovering the inherited genes for prostate cancer in families and how they work will hopefully provide new clues to help diagnose, treat, cure, and even prevent prostate cancer in future generations. The Prostate Cancer Genetic Research Study is being conducted by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, Washington. This research is made possible by funding from the National Cancer Institute and the National Institutes of Health , with additional support from CaP CURE and the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center Prepared By:

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156. NIA Publications - Health Information
An explanation of where the prostate is and non cancerous problems, treatment choices, prostate cancer, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.
Preview and Order NIA Publications You will now be redirected to a non-government website operated under contract with the National Institute on Aging to assist you in previewing and ordering publications. If you are not redirected automatically, please click on the link above. About the NIA Health Information Research Programs
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157. Chicago Prostate Cancer Center
Unique facility dedicated solely to the treatment of prostate cancer with a procedure called prostate brachytherapy. Features patient care information, procedures, and options, location map and contact details.

158. MerckSource Prostate Cancer
Information on this condition including causes, symptoms and care.

159. SOPHRONY -- Managing Testosterone Addiciton
Learn the warning signs of this addiction, the risks of domestic violence and prostate cancer, and how to manage the addiction.
Guy age 4
This is the meeting place for everyone concerned about testosterone addiction. Some join us to manage their own testosterone levels, others because of the people they care about. Here we share our experiences and our suggestions for coping with this condition. We want to clarify the true nature of this problem - testosterone addiction is not a disease or a moral failing . It is a set of compulsive, often destructive, behaviors that can be changed and managed over time, with support and determination. As the effects of hormone overload are reduced, natural human qualities are able to shine through. All the photos throughout this website are of the same person, in order to display visually across more than fifty years the various stages of his testosterone addiction. Hopefully, the photos illuminate the text and make it easier to recognize the addiction. If you click on the navigational links beginning with Warning Signs , you can quickly review our suggestions. For an explanation of the term Sophrony, click here

160. AMAInc, CME Conferences, Continuing Medical Education Conferences, Medical Assoc
Continuing medical education conferences including cardiology, cardiac surgery, and prostate cancer seminars, all are handson courses designed to meet the needs of all medical professionals.
Our CME Conferences
NewEra Cardiac Care
NECC presents innovative approaches to treating and managing cardiac disease, emphasizing minimally invasive surgical technologies and techniques. Learn more here.
Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference
MMVR is a multidisciplinary conference on interactive, data-focused applications for medicine: imaging, simulation, information-guided therapies, and informatics. Learn more here.
CREF: The San Diego Cardiothoracic Surgery Symposium
Learn more here.
Innovative Solutions for Prostate Cancer Care
The two ISPCC conferences held to date have focused on leading-edge therapies for prostate disease. Learn more here.
The NextMed Conference
The two NextMed conferences held to date have offered interdisciplinary perspectives on the future of health. Learn more here.
Wound Management Workshop
WMW provides the newest data and methods for wound healing and acute wound repair.

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