Men’s Health

Does obesity make a difference in detecting prostate cancer?

February 1, 2005
 

A study by researchers from The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio raises the possibility that the most common test for prostate cancer might be of less benefit to men who are overweight or obese.

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South Texas men have chance to march for prostate cancer awareness

August 10, 2004
 

On Saturday, Sept. 4, hundreds of men will get together at the Alamodome in downtown San Antonio, but it won’t be for a football game, outdoors show, power tool exhibition or monster tractor pull.

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Pair of proteins said to be predictive of poor outcome in prostate cancer

August 10, 2004
 

Researchers at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio have identified two proteins that, when measured in tumors post-operatively, appear to represent a stronger marker for prostate cancer progression than the multiple risk factors used to predict death from coronary heart disease.

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Prostate cancer clinical trial expands to Monterrey, Mexico

July 6, 2004
 

The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio’s SABOR prostate cancer research program moved south of the border recently to enroll 655 men in Monterrey, Mexico.

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Frequently asked questions about PSA and prostate cancer

May 28, 2004
 

The prostate is a gland that is a part of the reproductive organs and lies below the urinary bladder in men.

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‘Out of the 4.0 box thinking’ benefited South Texas patient

May 27, 2004
 

Like many Americans, Edgar Smith loathes the words “prostate cancer.”

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