Scientists from the University of Parma in Italy have developed a chip that would be able to detect a suspected marker of aggressive prostate cancer in urine, which could make cancer testing easier and less invasive.
Many couples struggle with fertility – about 15 percent of couples in United States. Though infertility is often thought of as a woman’s issue, data suggests half of couples are affected by male infertility.
Metabolic syndrome does not raise a mans risk of developing prostate cancer overall, but does raise their risk of aggressive prostate cancer, according to a report presented at the 27th Annual Congress of the European Association of Urology.
A study, conducted by pharmaceutical company Astellas Pharma Europe LTD, found when compared to patients prescribed a placebo, an investigational drug extended life by almost five months in men with advanced prostate cancer who already underwent chemotherapy treatment.
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