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Cancer algorithm uses game theory to double survival time

Added: 19.04.2018 16:51 | 3 views | 0 comments

Using algorithms to monitor cancer evolution and apply game theory to their treatment has doubled the survival time of men with advanced prostate cancer

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How to fight side effects of hormone therapy for prostate cancer

Added: 18.04.2018 2:14 | 2 views | 0 comments

Men on hormone therapy for prostate cancer may benefit significantly from hitting the gym with fellow patients and choosing more veggies and fewer cheeseburgers, a new study suggests.

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Theresa May pledges £75 million for prostate cancer research

Added: 10.04.2018 17:09 | 19 views | 0 comments

The prime minister, Theresa May, is to pledge £75 million for clinical trials researching prostate cancer, which affects around one in eight men in the UK

Theresea May announces £75m cash boost for prostate cancer clinical trials

Added: 10.04.2018 4:02 | 25 views | 0 comments

Theresa May has set out plans to help ensure prostate cancer patients are "treated earlier and faster" as she pledged £75million for clinic trials.

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Theresa May pledges £75 million for prostate cancer research

Added: 09.04.2018 23:30 | 7 views | 0 comments

The prime minister, Theresa May, is to pledge £75 million for clinical trials researching prostate cancer, which affects around one in eight men in the UK

How fat tissue shunts energy to tumors

Added: 09.04.2018 19:57 | 31 views | 0 comments

Researchers recently discovered that that inactivation of a protein called p62 in fat cells fuels aggressive, metastatic prostate cancer in mice. The findings suggest that mTOR inhibitors currently used to treat a wide range of cancers may have the unintended consequence of shutting down fat tissue metabolism and fueling tumor growth.

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Touching personal medical stories are no substitute for science

Added: 09.04.2018 11:00 | 13 views | 0 comments

Routine screening for prostate cancer seems like a good thing, but for every life saved many more are blighted by unnecessary treatments

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