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01/06/2020 - New hope for prostate cancer screening and testing
Scientists have developed a non-invasive blood test to identify how men with advanced prostate cancer will respond to treatment, British researchers have told a conference. More

11/05/2020 - Blood enzyme may explain male virus susceptibility
The ACE2 enzyme may help explain why men are more vulnerable to the Covid-19 virus than women, Dutch researchers report today. More

07/05/2020 - Lowering androgen may protect against Covid-19
Androgen-deprivation therapy given for prostate cancer may be protective against Covid-19 for these patients, researchers say today. More

05/05/2020 - Men and women's same three heart symptoms
The top three acute coronary symptoms are the same in both women and men, according to a new Dutch study published last night. More

29/04/2020 - Hope for non-chemo prostate cancer drug
The breast and ovarian cancer drug olaparib may also be effective against prostate cancer. More

20/04/2020 - EU cancer death rate predictions published
Death rates from prostate cancer are predicted to fall across the EU and in the UK - except in Poland, according to predictions published today. More

10/03/2020 - Simple test identifies prostate cancer 'fingerprint'
A simple blood test can identify the ‘fingerprint’ of prostate cancer, which could transform the way doctors monitor tumour behaviour, it was announced last night. More

11/02/2020 - Testosterone levels affect risk of metabolic disease and cancers
High testosterone levels may affect the risk of some metabolic diseases and cancers, according to the largest study to date on the genetic regulation of sex hormone levels. More

03/01/2020 - Chemotherapy reduction for male cancer patients
Men who undergo surgery for testicular cancer may be able to halve the amount of preventative chemotherapy they take, British researchers have reported. More

23/12/2019 - Genetic risk key to prostate screening - study
A successful prostate screening programme could be targeted at men with high genetic risk, according to a new analysis. More

19/12/2019 - Men finally turning from tobacco
For the first time the number of men who use tobacco, globally, may be about to fall, according to estimates published today. More

12/12/2019 - STI challenge for PrEP
Programmes providing pre-exposure prophylaxis to prevent HIV infection need to spend time on patients' overall sexual health, according to a World Health Organisation study. More

03/12/2019 - Olaparib promising for advanced prostate cancer
A gene-targeted medicine, for breast and ovarian cancer, shows promise for some men with advanced prostate cancer, the results of a new clinical trial have shown. More

29/11/2019 - Immunotherapy helps prostate cancer 'super responders'
So-called prostate cancer “super responders” could live for two years or longer on immunotherapy, a major new clinical trial has revealed. More

22/11/2019 - Statins may protect against lethal prostate disease
Statins may help protect men from the most lethal forms of prostate cancer, according to Irish researchers. More

13/11/2019 - Male cancer survivors may need hormone boost
Young male cancer survivors may benefit from treatment with replacement testosterone, British experts have reported. More

01/11/2019 - Two hormones key to prostate cancer risk
Men have an increased risk of developing prostate cancer if their blood has high levels of free testosterone and a growth hormone, a conference hears today. More

30/09/2019 - Prostate surgery sufficient - conference hears
Men who have surgery for prostate cancer do not need post-operative radiotherapy, according to the findings of a major trial. More

23/09/2019 - Prostate cancer research breakthrough
British scientists say they have made key breakthroughs in the search for new drugs effective against prostate cancer. More

17/09/2019 - BRCA2 gene fault link to prostate cancer risk
Men with the BRCA2 gene fault have a higher risk of developing prostate cancer and would benefit from prostate specific antigen (PSA) testing to help detect the disease earlier, according to new research. More

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