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Men’s Health

Men’s Health

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04/05/2017 - New blood test hope for prostate cancer patients
A new blood test costing under £50 could predict which men with advanced prostate cancer will benefit from targeted treatments, researchers reported last night. More

27/03/2017 - How prostate gene findings could lead to new testing
At least 6% of men are genetically at risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer, a conference in London, UK, heard yesterday. More

21/03/2017 - Liver disease concern for young overweight men
Overweight or obese young men have an increased risk of developing severe liver disease or liver cancer in later life, researchers from Sweden say today. More

02/03/2017 - New prostate cancer class reported
Scientists have used a novel mathematical approach to overcome previous issues with classifying prostate cancer into categories for prognosis. More

20/01/2017 - MRIs can reduce prostate misery
MRI scanning can help spare men from unnecessary biopsies when prostate cancer is suspected, British researchers report today. More

29/12/2016 - Male contraceptive promise against cancer
A drug developed as a male contraceptive may be able to treat testicular cancer, researchers have reported. More

20/12/2016 - Laser treatment for prostate "effective"
A laser-based therapy has proved its effectiveness as a non-surgical treatment for low-risk prostate cancer, British researchers report today. More

07/11/2016 - How weight gain increases cancer risk
Men who put on significant weight as adults face an increased cancer risk compared with those who maintain their teenage weight, researchers report today. More

31/10/2016 - Effective injectable birth control for men announced
A contraceptive injection for men has been developed successfully, it has been announced. More

30/09/2016 - Lifestyle key to be beating cancer gene risk
People at genetic risk of developing colorectal cancer can protect themselves by adopting a healthy lifestyle, according to a new analysis. More

14/09/2016 - Steroid abuse risks diabetes precursor
Abuse of anabolic steroids can raise the risk of impaired insulin sensitivity, a European conference has been told. More

27/07/2016 - Lung test closely linked to mortality
Poor fitness is a key factor in loss of life among middle-aged men, according to Swedish researchers. More

07/07/2016 - Genetic testing offers hope for prostate cancer patients
Genetic testing could help men with advanced prostate cancer to receive precision treatments for the disease, researchers reported last night. More

17/06/2016 - RCM: Dads should be involved in pregnancy
The majority of new fathers enjoy a closer or stronger relationship with their partner after having a baby, research by leading charity NCT reveals today. More

14/06/2016 - Lasers backed for enlarged prostate
New guidance today backs the use of laser treatment for benign prostatic hyperplasia. More

24/05/2016 - Loss of Y chromosome linked to Alzheimer’s
Men who are missing the Y chromosome in their blood cells are at increased risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease, a new Swedish study has revealed. More

08/04/2016 - Early puberty genes link to prostate cancer risk
Early puberty genes could be linked to an increased risk of prostate cancer in later life, British researchers reported yesterday. More

31/03/2016 - Call for GPs to treat gender dysphoria
Some GPs are refusing to treat patients with gender dysphoria, according to a leading psychiatrist today. More

22/03/2016 - Prostate drug u-turn
A prostate cancer drug is to be available for thousands of men with the disease after a surprise u-turn by regulators yesterday. More

14/03/2016 - Benefits of not treating low-risk prostate cancer revealed
Men with low risk prostate cancer may enjoy a good quality of life if they are not treated, according to the findings of a new European study. More

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