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World Cancer Day: encouraging men to put their health first

World Cancer Day: encouraging men to put their health first

either says they don’t offer PSA tests, or you have to have a reason for it. ... The PSA test should be offered as a standard test for men over the age of 50, similar to breast cancer screening for women.

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  • Improving outcomes for prostate cancer patients Improving outcomes for prostate cancer patients

    Many men have to request the prostate cancer blood test, or PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen) test, themselves – and in some cases are even advised against doing so. ... GPs have a vital role to play by proactively engaging with men who have a higher risk

  • Pharma deals in March 2015 Pharma deals in March 2015

    This is what BMS has secured with Bavarian Nordic's cancer vaccine targeting PSA in phase III for treatment of metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer.

  • Pharma deals during June 2014 Pharma deals during June 2014

    The phase II results showed a decline in PSA levels of more than 50% in the study of 124 patients.

  • The oncology market in Canada The oncology market in Canada

    The first peak was clearly the result of the introduction of PSA tests in the late 1980s; the cause of the second, smaller peak was not as definite, but researchers have ... attributed it to the publicity surrounding then-federal health minister Alan Rock

  • Knowledge is power

    Future risk of prostate cancer is closely related to a man’s prostate-specific antigen (PSA) score; men screened at the age of 40 establish a baseline that can be tracked ... PSAs have always been a critical, controversial issue, which is why the

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  • New syndicated patient reports -

    Living with Uterine Fibroids and Endometriosis US 2022. Living with Uterine Fibroids (UF) and Endometriosis (Endo) are new patient syndicated reports which offer valuable insights into patient attitudes and behaviour towards their condition,

  • Fake News is Bad for your Health

    How do you convey the risk of false positives when screening for breast cancer, or the fact that measuring PSA has no impact on surviving prostate cancer?

  • Barber shops provide a short cut to BP reduction

    A few years ago, a London garage owner who owed his life to a timely PSA test, started offering free car MOT tests to men who agreed to get their prostate

  • Driving Earlier Diagnosis: A Case Study in Psoriatic Arthritis

    Almost a third of people with psoriasis will develop PsA but patients may experience arthritic symptomsbefore any skin manifestations. ... unclear on what signs to check for a full and complete diagnosis of PsA?

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