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MOST men are not aware they have prostate cancer until they reach the later stages of it, says Dr Sireli Kaloucava.
BACKGROUND:Long non-coding RNAs are prevalently transcribed in the genome yet their potential roles in human cancers are not well understood.
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I Am Your is a campaign designed to raise awareness in men about prostate cancer.
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Cornell researchers report they have discovered direct genetic evidence that a family of genes, called MicroRNA-34 , are bona fide tumor suppressors.
DiagnoCure, Inc. today reported financial and operational results for the first quarter 2014 ended per share for this quarter.
Currently, there are many exciting products in the pharmaceutical and biotech space producing clinical data that show a meaningful change for patients.
Each year prostate tissue samples are taken from over a million men around the world - in most cases using 12 large biopsy needles - to check whether they have prostate cancer.
Action has been demanded because the nearest hospital for West Dorset people who suffer with prostate cancer and need to have robotic assisted surgery is in Slough.
BOSTON Tod Gross found himself faced with a frightening diagnosis. Nobody wants to hear that they have prostate cancer.
David Olmos, the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre's Head of the Prostate Cancer and Genitourinary Tumours Clinical Research Unit, has won the 2014 Stewart Rahr-PCF Young Investigator Award, endowed by the Prostate Cancer Foundation - the leading philanthropic organisation for cutting-edge research into prostate cancer.
Tumor cells in a mouse prostate stem cell compartment grew when p53 and miR-34 tumor suppressor genes were inactivated in epithelium tissue of the prostate.
Treating cancer used to mean a long, painful struggle with chemotherapy, surgery and radiation, but more scientists now say cancer patients can metabolically manage their tumors with the low-carb, high-fat ketogenic diet .
Doctors in Sheffield are urging men to be aware of the symptoms of prostate cancer to help diagnose cases early.