1. Eating mushrooms might reduce prostate cancer risk  Medical News Today
  2. Prostate cancer blood test promises "paradigm shift"  New Atlas
  3. Screening can catch prostate cancer early  UW Medicine
  4. Blood test for prostate cancer could cut number of men needing invasive surgery and treatment, study finds  The Independent
  5. Wear the Gown: These are the men who should test for prostate cancer sooner rather than later  KENS 5: Your San Antonio News Source
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A new study concludes that men who regularly eat mushrooms have a lower risk of developing prostate cancer than those who rarely eat mushrooms.A new study concludes that men who regularly eat mushrooms have a lower risk of developing prostate cancer than those who rarely eat mushrooms.

Eating mushrooms might reduce prostate cancer risk

Scientists have developed a new prostate cancer blood test that promises significant increases in accuracy compared to current blood tests.Scientists at Queen Mary University of London have developed a new prostate cancer blood test that promises a significant increase in accuracy compared to current blood tests. If verified in larger samples the test should be available to men within three to five years.

Prostate cancer blood test promises "paradigm shift"

Prostate cancer, which will affect about one in eight men at some stage of their lives, is a tricky customer. Aggressive forms must be treated, but many men will have slow-growing, low-risk tumours that they can live with for decades.Thousands also undergo the stress and discomfort of a tissue biopsProstate cancer, which will affect about one in eight men at some stage of their lives, is a tricky customer. Aggressive forms must be treated, but many men will have slow-growing, low-risk tumours...

Hope for thousands of men enduring pointless prostate cancer treatment | News | The Times

“An important day today to remind Australian men of the importance of having prostate cancer blood tests and support the Aussie Biggest BBQ to support the ⁦@PCFA⁩”

Chris Bowen on Twitter: "An important day today to remind Australian men of the importance of having prostate cancer blood tests and support the Aussie Biggest BBQ to support the ⁦@PCFA⁩… https://t.co/VKe8UUW5Hw"

“It’s nice to have a distraction when getting a needle & the media crew provided that today! A simple blood test to screen for prostate cancer could save your life & early detection is key to survival. I encourage everyone to #GetChecked during #ProstateCancer Awareness Month.”

Ken Wyatt MP on Twitter: "It’s nice to have a distraction when getting a needle & the media crew provided that today! A simple blood test to screen for prostate cancer could save your life & early detection is key to survival. I encourage everyone to #GetChecked during #ProstateCancer Awareness Month.… https://t.co/xdSVf10WK9"

A NEW blood test for prostate cancer is more accurate and could help men avoid unnecessary and invasive biopsies, research has found. The test is able to accurately identify early cancer cells R…

Blood tests could reveal whether men have prostate cancer – without the need for biopsies – The Sun

A BLOOD test for prostate ­cancer could help thousands of men avoid needless invasive biopsies. It detects circulating tumour cells (CTCs) and is believed to be more accurate than current methods. A BLOOD test for prostate ­cancer could help thousands of men avoid needless invasive biopsies. It detects circulating tumour cells (CTCs) and is believed to be more accurate than current methods.

Prostate cancer breakthrough: New blood test could help thousands | Express.co.uk

Consultant urologist Dr Belinda Morrison feels that if men would pay as much attention to their health as they do their cars, there would be a significant dent in the increasing numbers of cases of prostate cancer, which last year claimed the lives...Consultant urologist Dr Belinda Morrison feels that if men would pay as much attention to their health as they do their cars, there would be a significant dent in the increasing numbers of cases of prostate cancer, which last year claimed the lives...

Prostate Cancer Awareness Month | Men urged to treat bodies like their cars - Urologist argues for regular prostate cancer checks | Health | Jamaica Gleaner

The research team at the Queen Mary University of London trialled the new blood test on 253 patients at St Bartholomew's Hospital in London. It detected the cancer with 90 per cent accuracy.The research team at the Queen Mary University of London trialled the new blood test on 253 patients at St Bartholomew's Hospital in London. It detected the cancer with 90 per cent accuracy.

Simple blood test can detect aggressive prostate cancer and 'is more than 90% accurate' | Daily Mail Online

The test, which diagnosed almost 93 percent of men with the disease correctly in a trial, could be available within the next few years.The test, which diagnosed almost 93 percent of men with the disease correctly in a trial, could be available within the next few years.

A new and simple blood test has been found to efficiently and accurately detect the presence of aggressive prostate cancer, according to research by Queen Mary University of London.

New blood test for prostate cancer is highly-accurate and avoids invasive biopsies

A simple blood test to spot aggressive prostate cancer could save thousands of men undergoing needless biopsies and treatment.A simple blood test to spot aggressive prostate cancer could save thousands of men undergoing needless biopsies and treatment.

Simple blood test for prostate cancer could save men from needless biopsies and 'over-treatment'

SMD - New blood test for prostate cancer is highly-accurate and avoids invasive biopsies - Queen Mary University of London

A new blood test for prostate cancer could reduce the need for invasive biopsies and cut back on over-diagnosis and overtreatment of the disease.A new blood test for prostate cancer could reduce the need for invasive biopsies and cut back on over-diagnosis and overtreatment of the disease.

New Blood Test for Prostate Cancer Could Reduce Need for Biopsies - InsideHook

Medical experts have hailed a simple blood test for prostate cancer that could cut the number of men needing invasive biopsies and subsequent treatment.Medical experts have hailed a simple blood test for prostate cancer that could cut the number of men needing invasive biopsies and subsequent treatment.

New blood test for prostate cancer | SBS News

  WHILE prostate cancer remains the most common cancer in Jamaican men, enough me...  WHILE prostate cancer remains the most common cancer in Jamaican men, enough me...

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