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Dementia Risk Identified For Men Treated For Prostate Cancer

dementia risk identified for men treated for prostate cancer
Patch Campbell, CA -- Men treated with therapies that reduce testosterone levels at greater risk of developing dementia within five years, new study says.

Europe Prostate Cancer Market Pipeline and Competitive Landscape Report 2010-2016 & 2020 - Research and Markets

DUBLIN, October 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Europe Prostate cancer Market and Competitive Landscape Highlights - 2016" drug pipelines to their ...
FinanzNachrichten.de Also reported by •Business Wire

Videos for "Prostate Cancer"

News video: Monitoring vs Treatment For Low Risk Prostate Cancer

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Health website UPI.com reported on Thursday that men diagnosed with low-risk prostate cancer, active surveillance is an accepted way to manage the cancer. The findings reported by researcher Dr. Stacy..
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News video: Raising Awareness for Kidney Disease

Raising Awareness for Kidney Disease

Raising Awareness for Kidney Disease
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News video: Today's Top Medical News - October 14, 2016

Today's Top Medical News - October 14, 2016

Obesity may be a factor in the tripling of liver cancer in the United States. Also, a common cancer therapy may increase the risk of dementia.
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News video: Ogden Clinic

Ogden Clinic

Ogden Clinic
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News video: Study Finds Hormonal Drugs For Prostate Cancer Increase A Risk For Dementia

Study Finds Hormonal Drugs For Prostate Cancer Increase A Risk For Dementia 00:59

A new study suggests, that the risk of dementia might be doubled for prostate cancer patients who are treated with testosterone-lowering drugs. Researchers discovered that men who have undergone..
Source: Wochit Headline News -


Pinball wizard Wayne aims to break record for charity

pinball wizard wayne aims to break record for charity
A WORLD record challenge is to be taken on by a worker at Walsall Manor Hospital to raise money for Prostate Cancer – by playing pinball for 30 hours.Wayne Johns is getting ready to play pinball in..
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As Beneficiary of Brian Jordan Foundation’s Bottoms Up 5K, ProstAware, Dr. Scott Miller Conclude Busy Season of Prostate Cancer Awareness

ProstAware, the nonprofit group founded by robotic prostate surgeon Scott D. Miller, M.D., of Georgia Urology, will conclude a busy and successful season of prostate cancer awareness as the beneficiary..

New Immunotherapy Study at Sanford Centers on Colorectal Cancer

KEYNOTE-177 uses drug researchers are currently studying SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (PRWEB) October 20, 2016 Sanford Health has opened another clinical trial exploring the power of the body’s immune..

Ablatherm™ HIFU – The Power of Acoustic Energy Ablation Treats Aggressive Disease with Impressive Results

New data released today shows that HIFU with EEA added is a viable option for men with Aggressive Prostate Cancer or Disease. Dr. Wheeler has performed more than 160 cases using this technology..

Prostate Cancer Treatment and a Man’s Risk of Dementia - Dr. David Samadi Investigates

Dr. David Samadi provides expert opinion and advice on recent research regarding the use of ADT therapy for prostate cancer and its potential to double the risk of dementia in men. New York, NY..

CURE Media Group Joins with Prostate Cancer International and Cancer CAREpoint in Advocacy Spotlight Partnership Program

Partnership expands outreach and information for patients seeking allies in their fight against cancer Plainsboro, N.J. (PRWEB) October 18, 2016 CURE Media Group, the nation’s leading digital..

Mauro Janoski, M.D., F.A.C.P. Joins the Oncology Institute of Hope and Innovation

The Oncology Institute of Hope and Innovation welcomes Dr. Janoski to their team of specialists Anaheim, CA (PRWEB) October 16, 2016 Dr. Mauro Janoski is an empathic, compassionate, updated, and..

Prop 61 -- California's Fight Against Outrageous Drug Prices

In the run up to the Affordable Care Act, the pharmaceutical industry's annual lobbying efforts steadily increased to a peak of $273 million in 2009. Along with private negotiations between then..
Huffington Post

Prostate cancer treatment tied to dementia risk

Study finds prostate cancer patients who'd undergone hormone therapy had double the risk for dementia in some cases
CBS News

Prostate Cancer and Dementia: Do Hormone Blockers Boost Risks?

prostate cancer and dementia: do hormone blockers boost risks?
Hormone-blocking drugs for prostate cancer may increase men’s chances for developing dementia, a large study suggests, but researchers say the results aren’t conclusive enough to recommend avoiding..
Epoch Times Also reported by •SeattlePI.com

Former 'Munsters' Child Star Shares The Troubling Real Reason He Quit Acting

Of the child stars who grow up and walk away from the bright lights of Hollywood, some do so to pursue a completely different path, be it a new career or education. Butch Patrick (Eddie Munster from..
Huffington Post

Something else for prostate cancer patients to worry about: dementia

Hormone therapy, a time-honored way to treat prostate, may double the risk for developing dementia, say researchers from Stanford and the University of Pennsylvania

Prostate cancer drugs increase dementia risk, study finds

Men who receive testosterone-lowering drugs for certain forms of prostate cancer are twice as likely to develop dementia, medical investigators have found in a study of patients' medical records.

Women Don’t Need Legislators To Make Abortion Decisions For Them, Study Confirms

In recent years, anti-abortion rights legislators across the country have done a very good job of enacting mandatory waiting periods and counseling sessions under the guise that women need more time to..
Huffington Post

Thanks To New PET Scan Doctors Can Catch Recurring Cancer Earlier Than Ever

That's where a new kind of PET scan comes in. It uses a radioactive tracer called C-11 that is taken up by prostate cancer cells.

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