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Tool Accurately Predicts Risk of Developing Prostate Cancer
A new tool for predicting an individual’s risk of developing prostate cancer could improve testing accuracy and reduce unnecessary and potentially invasive testing for men at low risk.
Researchers Develop New Method for Prostate Cancer Screening
Scientists develop new method for prostate cancer screening halving the number of harmless tumors detected, reducing unnecessary treatment.
Genetic Variants Could Predict Prostate Cancer Risk in Black Men
Genetic variants may be responsible for early-onset prostate cancer among Black men.
Genetic Variants Linked to Prostate Cancer in Black Men Identified
Genetic variants that may increase the risk of prostate cancer, or increase the risk of severe disease, in Black men have been identified.
Prostate Cancer Genetic Risk Score Could Help GPs Speed Referrals
Researchers have shown that incorporating a genetic risk score (GRS) for prostate cancer into routine clinical care could help identify patients at greatest risk for the disease who should be prioritized for investigation.
Genetic Risk Score Improves Prostate Cancer Diagnosis in Primary Care
A risk score incorporating 269 known genetic variants for prostate cancer can lead to earlier diagnosis of the disease in primary care.
Hormone Therapy to Treat Prostate Cancer Increases Risk of Death from Cardiovascular Disease
The results suggest prostate cancer patients should be screened for cardiovascular disease before starting hormone treatments.
Gut Microbes May Be Linked to Prostate Cancer Risk
Men with prostate cancer have a distinct gut microbial profile to those with benign biopsies, which researchers say could partly explain the association between lifestyle factors and geographic differences in prostate cancer incidence.
Moffitt Researchers Uncover Prostate Cancer Resistance Mechanism
Moffitt Cancer Center researchers showed that prostate cancer cells become resistant through molecular modification of the androgen receptor protein and identified a potential treatment approach that could overcome this resistance in mice.
Newly Found Unknown Subtype of Hormone-Resistant Prostate Cancer Reveals Potential Targets
The researchers call the newly characterized third subtype stem cell-like (SCL), because some of the genes that are turned on in the cells are reminiscent of those in stem cells.