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Updates from the American Urological Association Convention 2015 Every year I go to the American Urological Association (AUA) convention to get updated on the latest and greatest information on treating urological conditions. The goal for you is to be well informed and proactive with the decision making of your condition. For those of you non-urological… [Read More]

Have Prostate Cancer: Should I Take Modified Citrus Pectin? The Takeaway First One should not take supplements to cure a disease as they generally do not do that by themselves. What the right supplement combination do is either protect against oxidative stress, reduce inflammation or strengthen immunity – at least that what they can often… [Read More]

On Treadmills & David Goldberg…. The Takeaway First Dave Goldberg’s death is shocking, but we have to remember that one highly unusual accident during exercise is not a good reason to avoid exercise. What Happened to Dave? The story is eerily simple. Dave Goldberg, CEO and founder of Survey Monkey and husband of Sheryl Sandberg,… [Read More]

The Cost of Prostate Cancer Treatment The Takeaway First Prostate cancer treatment is expensive. It accounts for 28 percent of all new cancer diagnoses in men and nearly $12 billion in treatment costs, according to the American Cancer Society. Even if health insurance (in the US) pays for portion of the cost, patients often pay… [Read More]

The Supplement Causing Cancer Story is BS... Takeaway First Dr. Tim Byers conducted a meta-analysis of two decades worth of research and concluded that a number of supplements actually made a person much more likely to develop certain types of cancer. He presented his research this past Monday, April 20th, 2015 at the annual meeting… [Read More]

Truly a Man’s Best Friend:  Dogs finds prostate cancer The Takeaway First A brand new study (Taverna et al., 2015) published this month in the Journal of Urology reports that dogs can almost perfectly detect signs of prostate cancer in human urine. A team of Italian researchers led by Dr. Gianluigi Taverna trained two dogs… [Read More]

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