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3 HOURS AGO - BBC

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New prostate cancer drugs 'promising'

A new type of cancer drug could benefit men with aggressive prostate cancer which is no longer responding to treatment, say researchers.

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5 HOURS AGO - Health Canal

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Streamlined approach and treatments improve the quality of care for men with prostate cancer

The quality of prostate cancer care is improving according to new Monash University research published today in The Medical Journal of Australia.

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6 HOURS AGO - UPI

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New class of drug may treat resistant prostate cancer

Marilyn MalaraLONDON, May 1 (UPI) -- Scientists at the Institute of Cancer Research said they discovered a class of drugs able to treat prostate cancer when conventional treatments fail.

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APR 29, 2016 - Yahoo! News

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French drug giant Sanofi vows hostile bid for US prey

French pharmaceutical giant Sanofi vowed to open a hostile takeover battle Friday after its $9.3 billion (8.2 million-euro) offer for US cancer drug maker Medivation was dismissed for being too cheap. Sanofi, warning that has a strong record in takeovers, said it will not give up its pursuit of the reluctant American prey, manufacturer of the high-priced, blockbuster prostate cancer ...

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APR 24, 2016 - Seattle Times

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At risk of prostate cancer? Try more red foods

How nutrition affects a man’s risk for prostate cancer is still unclear. Yet several nutrition interventions show promise in helping to prevent this cancer, possibly related to lycopene — a reddish pigment that gives color to fruit and vegetables

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