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Synonyms for prostate

a firm partly muscular chestnut sized gland in males at the neck of the urethra

relating to the prostate gland


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Global Prostate Cancer - Immunotherapy Drugs Market
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OGX-011 targets the protein clusterin, which is highly expressed in many cancers including prostate, lung and breast cancer.
More than one million men in the United States have prostate cancer, with an estimated 232,000 new cases of prostate cancer diagnosed each year.
Arsenic exposure therefore appeared to be associated with the acquisition of androgen independence in prostate cells.
A clue may lie in earlier experiments, in which the same researchers observed a marked increase in production of K-ras (an oncogene associated with prostate cancers) in arsenic-transformed cells.
Ten years later, 10 percent of the men who'd had surgery and 15 percent of the watchful-waiting group had died from prostate cancer.
The new results support the use of surgery in some cases of prostate cancer, comments biostatistician James A.
Line 64 of California tax forms allows for a donation to the foundation's Prostate Cancer Research Fund.
Grier, 72, has served on the Prostate Cancer Foundation's board of directors since 1993.
Nevertheless, prostate cancer is a source of immeasurable suffering and loss.
But the single most important factor in protecting your health from prostate cancer is early detection.
Eight-year biochemical disease free survival following permanent prostate brachytherapy with dose escalation in biologic target volumes identified with SPECT/CT capromab pendetide" (Abstract No.
Analysis of the current and future market competition in the US Prostate Cancer therapeutics market.
Altered AR levels or activity can be key elements in acquired androgen independence in prostate cancer.