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Arizona Prostate Cancer Task Force (established 2000)
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(Enacted by the Legislature of the State of Arizona)
Arizona Prostate Cancer Task Force (established 2000) AMENDING TITLE 36, CHAPTER 1, ARTICLE 2, ARIZONA REVISED STATUTES, BY ADDING SECTION 36-142. RELATING TO THE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES. Task force members and duties.
Keywords: Cancer,Members,Prostate,Arizona,Task,Force,State,Title,Research,Senate,Chairperson,Act,Specializes,Licensed,Governor
Last Viewed: September, 24, 2018 at 12:41 AM.
Total Views: 949

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(California - Prostate Treatment program low income - 2001)
Governor Gray Davis announced the nation's first statewide prostate cancer treatment program to provide medical care to low-income and uninsured men suffering from the disease. "This innovative program will provide life-saving treatment for needy Californians," Governor Davis said. "Education, counseling and state-of-the art treatment are integral parts of the program."
Keywords: Prostate,Program,Cancer,Treatment,California,Health,Men,Governor,Davis,University,Care,Services,Disease,Education,Medical,Statewide
Last Viewed: September, 22, 2018 at 6:49 PM.
Total Views: 585

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Cancer Incidence and Mortality. Lifetime Chance of Developing Cancer. Data from American Cancer Society: Cancer Statistics 2004. Cancer Incidence & Mortality Rates 1996-2000: Men and Women. Prostate Cancer Trends 1995-2004. Screening for Prostate Cancer: Sharing the Decision. The risk of dying from or being diagnosed with prostate cancer has changed over time.
Keywords: Cancer,Screening,Men,Women,Prostate,American,Cases,Decline,Incidence,Mortality,Prevalent,PSA,Rates,Society,Statistics
Last Viewed: September, 20, 2018 at 12:06 PM.
Total Views: 617

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(Prevention, Detection, & Treatment of Cancer)
RESEARCH AND PREVENTION: Vaccine Development. Studies of Issues Faced by Cancer Survivors. ENSURING RIGHTS FOR CANCER PATIENTS. MEDICARE PREVENTIVE BENEFITS. ELIMINATING RACIAL DISPARITIES. DETECTING AND FIGHTING BREAST CANCER: PREVENTING YOUTH TOBACCO USE. OTHER PREVENTION ACTIVITIES: Protecting Children from Environmental Exposures. "Choose Your Cover" Skin Cancer Prevention Campaign.
Keywords: Cancer,Breast,Patients,Research,Health,Women,Americans,National,FDA,President,NCI,Tobacco,Prevention,Care
Last Viewed: September, 24, 2018 at 12:41 AM.
Total Views: 860

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(By patients, for patients - Science-based information)
Prostatitis web site with links to research and other prostatitis web sites.
Keywords: Prostatitis,Network,Chronic,Bladder,Pain,Syndrome,Interstitial,Cystitis
Last Viewed: September, 22, 2018 at 8:58 AM.
Total Views: 1,311

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(Colon and Rectal Cancer Current Rates)
National and state data for colorectal cancer (colon and rectum cancer) for males and females provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Keywords: colon, colorectal, rectum, cancer, CDC
Last Viewed: September, 21, 2018 at 8:06 AM.
Total Views: 704

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(by Dr. Christopher Amling)
A newly released paper on the relationship between obesity & prostate cancer is gaining attention for the DoD Center for Prostate Disease Research (CPDR). The paper by Dr. Christopher Amling, Dr. Robert H. Riffenburgh, Dr. Leon Sun et al., published 2004 - Journal of Clinical Oncology - entitled "Pathologic Variables and Recurrence Rates as Related to Obesity and Race After Radical Prostatectomy".
Keywords: Obesity,CPDR,Cancer,Prostate,Radical,Prostatectomy,Obese,Recurrence,Study,Relationship,BMI,Men,Disease,Rates,Patients
Last Viewed: September, 23, 2018 at 1:50 AM.
Total Views: 1,309

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(Symptom-Related Quality of Life)
Given the evidence of high 5 and 10 year survivorship rates for localized prostate cancer, the effect of treatment on symptom-related quality of life is an important consideration for men choosing among available treatment options. Two PCORI-funded studies compare the impact of current treatments on symptom-related quality of life for men with localized prostate cancer.
Keywords: Men,Prostate,Cancer,Quality,PCORI,Radiation,Surgery,Sexual,Urinary,Surveillance,Clinician,Treatments
Last Viewed: September, 25, 2018 at 1:31 AM.
Total Views: 274

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(War Between Sexes Rages Over Research)
Men's Health Network analysis of Department of Defense funding based on the August 6, 1996 Washington Post article by Rick Weiss "War Between Sexes Rages Over Research: Funds to study prostate, Breast Cancer at Issue" page A 13. Key words: military; Army; Air Force; Navy; Marines; soldiers; enlisted personnel; active duty; female; male; women; men; war between the sexes; MHN
Keywords: Breast,Prostate,Cancer,Research,Defense,Male,Female,Uniformed,Department,Men,Washington,Manpower,Health
Last Viewed: September, 24, 2018 at 9:07 PM.
Total Views: 1,144

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prostate gland; aging; men; males; Back to Life Without Interruptions; No Interruptions; urinate; urinating; frequent urination; pain; discomfort; sexual performance; sex drive; erectile dysfunction; ED; U-Check Screener; Disruption Scale; AUA symptom index; American Urological Association; Multi-National Survey of the Aging Male; sanofi-aventis Group; Sanofi-Synthelabo
Last Viewed: September, 23, 2018 at 8:51 PM.
Total Views: 1,767

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(Not a MHN document.) Updated Guidelines for Surviving Prostate Cancer written by Dr. E. Roy Berger, one of the nation's leading oncologists, provides the most up-to-date information for the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of the disease. Dr. Berger is one of only a few medical oncologists in the nation specializing in prostate malignancies. The book is available at www.ecpcp.org
Last Viewed: September, 18, 2018 at 10:09 AM.
Total Views: 721

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Early detection; clinically significant; underserved; uninsured; Office of Men's Health. Office on Women's Health; Thomas Manton; least costly alternative; LCA; Medicare; Malecare; Men's Health Network; Bat for the Cure; National Alliance of State Prostate Cancer Coalitions; AUAF; Prostate Cancer International; Prostate Health Education Network; Us TOO; Women Against Prostate Cancer; WAPC; ZERO
Last Viewed: September, 22, 2018 at 1:13 PM.
Total Views: 855

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National and state data for lung cancer (lung and bronchus cancer) for males and females provided by the Centers for Disease Control.
Last Viewed: September, 24, 2018 at 12:08 PM.
Total Views: 652

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"...expanded coverage for screening tests for breast, cervical and colorectal cancers" and "annual glaucoma screening test and medical nutrition therapy..."
Last Viewed: September, 20, 2018 at 2:56 AM.
Total Views: 595

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PCa awareness proclamation from the President of the USA, Barack Obama, issued yearly. Keywords: diagnosis; screening; prevention; National Institutes of Health; NIH; Department of Defense; DoD; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; CDC
Keywords: diagnosis, screening, prevention, National Institutes of Health, NIH, Department of Defense, DoD, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, CDC
Last Viewed: September, 20, 2018 at 8:55 PM.
Total Views: 789

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National Cancer Institute Prostate Cancer Information Sheet: March 1997
Last Viewed: September, 25, 2018 at 2:12 AM.
Total Views: 1,216

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Markers of Early Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Risk. Keywords: Prostate cancer; PCa; early detection; tumors; diagnosis; genetic markers; cancer test; African American; black; Hispanic; Latino; Early Detection Research Network; EDRN
Keywords: Prostate cancer, PCa, early detection, tumors, diagnosis, genetic markers, cancer test, African American, black, Hispanic, Latino, Early Detection Research Network, EDRN
Last Viewed: September, 24, 2018 at 12:35 AM.
Total Views: 1,446

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Center for Prostate Disease Research; CPDR; Harvard Medical School; University of California San Francisco; University of Connecticut; Anthony D'Amico; Judd Moul; PCa; PSA; prostate-specific antigen; radical prostatectomy; radiation; localized; surgery
Keywords: Center for Prostate Disease Research, CPDR, Harvard Medical School, University of California San Francisco, University of Connecticut, Anthony D'Amico, Judd Moul, PCa, PSA,
Last Viewed: September, 24, 2018 at 3:21 PM.
Total Views: 738

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Center for Prostate Disease Research; PCa; Diagnostic Potential of Serum Proteomic Patterns; Banez; Diagnostic Potential of Prostate-specific Antigen Expressing Epithelial Cells; Gao; prostate-specific antigen; PSA; surface enhanced laser desorption/ionization; SELDI; circulating prostate epithelial cells; CPECS; ProteinChip; bioinformatics; Dr. Shiv Srivastava; Justine Cowan
Last Viewed: September, 22, 2018 at 5:46 PM.
Total Views: 897

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(American Association for Cancer Research)
Common spices and herbs contain ingredients that may prevent the formation of major tumors, such as intestinal and prostate cancers, according to research presented today at the American Association for Cancer Research's Second Annual International Conference on Frontiers in Cancer Prevention Research. Information on the use of ginger extract and a traditional Chinese medicinal herb.
Keywords: cancer,mice,tumors,research,prostate,group,tumor,sb,gingerol,study,control,human,cells,percent,ginger,prevention,results,apoptosis,tramp,fed,cell,american,chinese,ph,groups
Last Viewed: September, 25, 2018 at 3:46 AM.
Total Views: 930
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