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The Great Prostate Debate: Pros and Cons of Testing
Fortunately, with early detection, prostate cancer is very treatable. According to urologist Lee Ponsky, MD, prostate cancer usually has no symptoms in its early stages. That's why screening is so important. “There is at least a 90 percent chance that ... [...]
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The Mammogram Debate: Five Important Things You Should Know
That's why, in recognition of National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, I sat down with breast cancer expert Dr. Elisa Port in a special edition of "Mondays With Marlo" to sort through all the facts. Dr. Port -- the director of the Dubin Breast Center at ... [...]
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Study fuels prostate cancer debate on surgery vs. watchful waiting
“Prostate cancer has a very long natural history, and our results show that benefits of treatment become more pronounced with extended followup,” said study co-author Jennifer Rider, an assistant professor of epidemiology at Harvard. But the results ... [...]
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Latest prostate cancer study adds to debate
Older men who had surgery did not have a lower risk of dying from prostate cancer but had a very small reduced risk of having their cancer spread to other organs. “Prostate cancer has a very long natural history, and our results show that benefits of ... [...]
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