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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

21/08/2019 - Symptoms not cause of MI treatment gender discrepancies
Women and men display the same symptoms during myocardial infarction, according to a study published today aimed at explaining gender differences in treatment. More

23/07/2019 - DNA test plan to improve prostate targeted nuclear medicine
DNA testing could help identify me who will benefit from targeted nuclear medicine for the treatment of prostate cancer, researchers report today. More

19/06/2019 - Yoghurt may help prevent bowel cancer
Men who eat yoghurt at least twice a week appear to have a reduced risk of developing adenomas in the bowel, researchers report today. More

29/05/2019 - Gender response to chemotherapy investigated
Women given chemotherapy for oesophagogastric cancer had better survival than men – but experienced worse side effects, a UK-based research project has found. More

15/05/2019 - Backing for radiotherapy side-effect gel
Hospitals are to be encouraged to use an injectable gel to reduce the side-effects of prostate cancer radiotherapy, it has been announced. More

07/05/2019 - Retinoblastoma gene points to prostate problems
A gene linked to eye cancer may also indicate a man's risk of developing aggressive forms of prostate cancer, British researchers reported last night. More

05/04/2019 - Health care access key to life expectancy - WHO
Access to health care globally is a key factor in gaps in life expectancy, the World Health Organisation reported last night. More

27/03/2019 - Prostate cancer protein's "surprising" behaviour
Researchers looking at the behaviour of prostate cancer cells have made a surprising discovery. More

18/03/2019 - Coffee compounds could inhibit prostate cancer - lab study
Compounds found in coffee could inhibit prostate cancer, a European conference is to hear today. More

13/03/2019 - On-line aid helps men make prostate choices
An on-line calculator can give patients with prostate cancer a highly accurate prognosis – enabling them to choose whether to undergo treatment or not, British researchers announced last night. More

11/03/2019 - PARP inhibitors could boost immunotherapy
PARP inhibitors could be combined effectively with immunotherapies to destroy tumours in several kinds of cancer, according to a joint Anglo-French project. More

06/02/2019 - Win for football fitness drive
A gender-specific initiative for increasing men’s health has been found to be effective across several different European countries, researchers report today. More

01/02/2019 - PICSI IVF therapy does not alleviate male infertility
The PICSI IVF technique does not help to alleviate male infertility, according to the results from a trial published today. More

03/01/2019 - Pregnancy and kit pull men to HIV testing
A pregnant woman may often be the key to persuading a man to take an HIV test, according to the findings of a major study in Africa. More

28/12/2018 - Dangers of male post-natal blues
Post-natal depression is a serious problem for fathers as well as mothers - and may have long-term implications for families, according to a new UK study. More

11/12/2018 - Older, male doctors more likely to play golf
Male doctors in their 60s are most likely to play golf - and surgeons make the best golfers, according to an analysis published today. More

05/11/2018 - Melanoma death rates in men increase
Increasing numbers of men are dying from malignant melanoma, while the rates are steady or falling for women, according to new analysis. More

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