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Patients and priorities in prostate cancer care | ACP Internist

Prostate cancer requires men to work through a multitude of treatment options, and if the patient ends up settling on active surveillance, then the ...

'Smart' drugs could be bad idea | ACP Internist

This issue covers performance-enhancing drugs, prostate cancer options, and transgender health. ...

Recurrence of estrogen-receptor-positive early-stage breast ...

Patients with stage T1 disease had a 13% risk of distant recurrence with no nodal involvement, 20% risk with involvement of one to three nodes, and ...

Long-term PPIs after H. pylori triple therapy associated with ...

An observational study drew no firm conclusions about cause and effect, and proton-pump inhibitors are still generally considered safe.

Statins and prostate cancer : ACP Internist

... Statins and prostate cancer. ... It only proves association. This means that the study doesn't prove that taking a statin will ward off prostate cancer. ...

New drug treats cancer based on biomarker, not location ...

This column reviews details on recent recalls, warnings, and approvals.

Prostate cancer--a fish tale : ACP Internist

... August 26, 2013. Prostate cancer--a fish tale. Have you heard that fish oil supplements cause prostate cancer? The news ...

No End in Sight for Prostate Cancer Screening : ACP Internist

... 2010. No End in Sight for Prostate Cancer Screening. ... Is the tide finally turning on PSA screening for prostate cancer? There's ...

Candidates announced for Board of Governors Chair-elect ...

ACP's Board of Governors will be casting ballots for Chair-elect Designee, and the results will be announced in late October.

Many with prostate cancer do not benefit from surgery : ACP ...

... Many with prostate cancer do not benefit from surgery. My regular readers know that prostate cancer has been a controversial topic recently. ...

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