Prostate Cancer U...
Follow
295 views | +0 today
Rescooped by eNews from Plant Based Nutrition
onto Prostate Cancer Updates
Scoop.it!

Five year update on the guy who cured his stage IV prostate cancer with baking soda

Five year update on the guy who cured his stage IV prostate cancer with baking soda | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
Five year update on the guy who cured his stage IV prostate cancer with baking soda

Via Skip Stein
eNews 's insight:

Don't know how true this is, but I've heard about changing alkalinity.....

more...
Skip Stein's curator insight, October 16, 2013 8:21 AM

Well, I heard of the 'baking soda' treatment when I was researching alternative approaches.  I too am approaching the 5 year 'death sentence' mark and just finished a 9700 mile Vegan Road Trip, walk (fast) 4 miles each morning and have hiked in Mt. Zion National Park and numerous others just this past month!  Pretty good for a 'dead man walking' and I'm 67 years old!  Go figure.  Plant Based Nutrition will naturally keep you alkaline.  See: http://prostatecancerfight.org/

Prostate Cancer Updates
What new, what's controversial?
Curated by eNews
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Suggested by Sassy Millar
Scoop.it!

Lowering Cholesterol Can Help Prevent Prostate Cancer

Lowering Cholesterol Can Help Prevent Prostate Cancer | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
Cholesterol is found in all your cells and transported through your bloodstream. When it reaches your cells it’s refined and distributed inside the cell to provide function.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

Prediction Update: Prostate Cancer - MedPage Today

Prediction Update: Prostate Cancer - MedPage Today | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
Prediction Update: Prostate Cancer
MedPage Today
Prediction Update: Prostate Cancer. Click here to watch the original predictions from six months ago. Loading the player...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

Why So Many Young Men Are Getting Prostate Cancer - Yahoo Health

Why So Many Young Men Are Getting Prostate Cancer - Yahoo Health | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
Yahoo Health
Why So Many Young Men Are Getting Prostate Cancer
Yahoo Health
It's a slow-growing cancer and, if caught early, is highly treatable — in fact, men who are diagnosed early are more likely to die of causes other then prostate cancer.
more...
No comment yet.
Suggested by Nick Brook
Scoop.it!

A Safer Way to Biopsy the Prostate

A Safer Way to Biopsy the Prostate | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
A Safer Way to Biopsy the Prostate
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

Even bone cancer won't end 81-year-old's love affair with Los Angeles Marathon - ESPN

Even bone cancer won't end 81-year-old's love affair with Los Angeles Marathon - ESPN | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
ESPN Even bone cancer won't end 81-year-old's love affair with Los Angeles Marathon ESPN Since 1999, Christian had run at least one marathon every month, combating his cancer the entire time with a holistic approach that emphasized a good diet,...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

New prostate cancer “vaccine” in Phase II trial prior to ADT

New prostate cancer “vaccine” in Phase II trial prior to ADT | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
According to a media release we saw this morning, a company called Madison Vaccines has started a Phase II clinical trial of a new form of immunotherapy for treatment of men with non-metastatic prostate cancer and rising PSA levels prior to any...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

Litvinenko drug could cure prostate cancer - London24

Litvinenko drug could cure prostate cancer - London24 | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
London24
Litvinenko drug could cure prostate cancer
London24
A radioactive prostate cancer drug that acts in the same way as the murder weapon used to kill Russian ex-spy Alexander Litvinenko in London in 2006 has been launched in the UK.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

Managing common side effects of radical prostatectomy

Managing common side effects of radical prostatectomy | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
We have already mentioned the article on genomics and biomarkers in this month's issue of AUA News, but there are two other articles in this issue of the publication that are likely to be of intere...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

Diet, nutrition, place, and risk for prostate cancer

Diet, nutrition, place, and risk for prostate cancer | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
A newly published paper in the journal Nutrients doesn’t tell us anything really new about the likely correlations between nutrition and risk for prostate cancer, but it does offer us some interesting information about the time frame over which...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

Gene Therapy for Cancer Shows Continued Progress - TIME (blog)

Gene Therapy for Cancer Shows Continued Progress - TIME (blog) | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
Laboratory Equipment Gene Therapy for Cancer Shows Continued Progress TIME (blog) The findings, presented at the American Society of Hematology's annual meeting in New Orleans, showed that researchers are successfully turning blood cells into...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

The Low Down on Prostate Cancer - Sonoma County Gazette

The Low Down on Prostate Cancer
Sonoma County Gazette
The prostate gland is one of those parts of the human body which gets very little respect. You know the ones I mean. The appendix is another one.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

Better Guidelines, Coordination Needed for Prostate Cancer Specialists - Science Daily (press release)

Better Guidelines, Coordination Needed for Prostate Cancer Specialists - Science Daily (press release) | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
Better Guidelines, Coordination Needed for Prostate Cancer Specialists
Science Daily (press release)
Dec.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

Study suggests novel approach for treatment of advanced metastatic prostate ... - News-Medical.net

Study suggests novel approach for treatment of advanced metastatic prostate ... - News-Medical.net | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
Study suggests novel approach for treatment of advanced metastatic prostate ...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

Guideline Addresses Care for Prostate Cancer Survivors - JAMA_ The Journal of the American Medical Association

Guideline Addresses Care for Prostate Cancer Survivors - JAMA_ The Journal of the American Medical Association | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
Guideline Addresses Care for Prostate Cancer Survivors
JAMA_ The Journal of the American Medical Association
With survival rates topping 90%, the cohort of US prostate cancer survivors is large—nearly 3 million—and growing.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

Tweet from @espn

Tweet from @espn | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
"You beat cancer by HOW you live, WHILE you live, so LIVE. FIGHT.” - @StuartScott http://t.co/lcS9Eu25Uw
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

New Research Shows How Marijuana Compound Can Reduce Tumor Growth In ... - Huffington Post

New Research Shows How Marijuana Compound Can Reduce Tumor Growth In ... - Huffington Post | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
International Business Times AU
New Research Shows How Marijuana Compound Can Reduce Tumor Growth In ...
Huffington Post
“THC, the major active component of marijuana, has anti-cancer properties," Dr.
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by eNews from Prostate Cancer Dispatch
Scoop.it!

Study Questions Accepted Treatment for Prostate Cancer

Study Questions Accepted Treatment for Prostate Cancer | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it

"Contrary to the standard approach to treating metastatic prostate cancer, direct treatment of the primary tumor appears to prolong survival significantly, a new study by researchers at the University of Virginia School of Medicine and Norfolk's Eastern Virginia Medical School suggests. The surprising findings have prompted the researchers to launch clinical trials that could upend the accepted treatment of the disease.

 

"Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in American men and the second-leading cause of cancer death in men. Localized prostate cancer – meaning the cancer is contained within the prostate – has a five-year survival rate of almost 100 percent. But that number drops dramatically if the cancer is metastatic, meaning it has spread beyond the prostate. In that case, five-year survival is only 28 percent."


Via Cancer Commons
more...
Cancer Commons's curator insight, March 12, 2:15 PM

Medical Xpress  |  Mar 12, 2014

Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

Bone Turnover Markers Predict Prostate Cancer Outcomes - Bioscience Technology

Bone Turnover Markers Predict Prostate Cancer Outcomes - Bioscience Technology | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
Bone Turnover Markers Predict Prostate Cancer Outcomes Bioscience Technology Primo Lara Biomarkers for bone formation and resorption predict outcomes for men with castration-resistant prostate cancer, a team of researchers from UC Davis and their...
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by eNews from FOOD? HEALTH? DISEASE? NATURAL CURES???
Scoop.it!

Man Cures Stage IV Prostate Cancer by Raising pH - Natural News Blogs

Man Cures Stage IV Prostate Cancer by Raising pH - Natural News Blogs | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
Man Cures Himself of Late Stage Prostate and Bone Cancers with Baking Soda and Molasses

Via Troy Mccomas (troy48)
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

Three experts comment on priorities for 2014

Three experts comment on priorities for 2014 | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
There’s a nice little video just posted on the MedPage Today web site in which three well-respected experts give their answers on the question, “What do you anticipate will be the most important clinical development in prostate cancer in 2014?
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

Expert opinion on key issues in the management of advanced prostate cancer

Expert opinion on key issues in the management of advanced prostate cancer | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
A prostate cancer-specific “expert opinion” by Howard Scher of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, published late yesterday on the Practice Update web site, deals with “Optimizing outcomes with what is available now: clinical trials to...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

Madison company working on a prostate cancer vaccine receives funding : Wsj

Madison company working on a prostate cancer vaccine receives funding : Wsj | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
Madison Vaccines Incorporated lands $8 million in financing.
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by eNews from Prostate Cancer Research Digest
Scoop.it!

Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Phase III Trial of Sunitinib Plus Prednisone Versus Prednisone Alone in Progressive, Metastatic, Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer

The addition of sunitinib to prednisone did not improve OS compared with placebo in docetaxel-refractory mCRPC. The role of antiangiogenic therapy in mCRPC remains investigational.


Via Cancer Commons
more...
Cancer Commons's curator insight, December 10, 2013 1:07 PM

Michaelson MD, Oudard S, Ou Y-C, Lisa L et al

JCO, Dec 10, 2013

Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

New Treatment Now Available That Extends Life in Men with Highly Advanced ... - PR Web (press release)

New Treatment Now Available That Extends Life in Men with Highly Advanced ... - PR Web (press release) | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
New Treatment Now Available That Extends Life in Men with Highly Advanced ...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by eNews
Scoop.it!

'Google map' of a prostate - Chemistry World

'Google map' of a prostate - Chemistry World | Prostate Cancer Updates | Scoop.it
Chemistry World 'Google map' of a prostate Chemistry World UK researchers have used vibrational spectroscopy to chemically image the cross section of a prostate to such an incredible level of detail that each of the 66 million pixels in the image...
more...
No comment yet.