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Prostate cancer deaths overtake those from breast cancer - BBC News
The number of men dying from prostate cancer has overtaken female deaths from breast cancer for the first time in the UK, figures show. An ageing population means more men are developing and dying from the disease. Prostate Cancer UK says advances in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer are paying off, and increased funding could benefit prostate cancer. The biggest cancer killers in the UK remain lung and bowel cancer, with prostate now in third place. The latest figures from 2015 show there were 11,819 deaths from prostate cancer compared with 11,442 from breast cancer. //&! https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2018/feb/05/men-dying-prostate-cancer-reason-gender-bias-daily-mail
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february 2018 by asterisk2a
Monitoring of prostate cancer as effective as treatment in some cases | Society | The Guardian
(ask ask dean ornish and dr michael greger) Regular monitoring of men with localised prostate cancer offers them the same – higher than expected – survival chance after 10 years as surgery or radiotherapy, according to a major study.
cancer  prostate 
september 2016 by asterisk2a
Bill Wyman: Ex-Rolling Stones bassist diagnosed with cancer - BBC News
Former Rolling Stones bassist Bill Wyman has been diagnosed with prostate cancer. A spokesman for the musician said: "He is undergoing treatment and is expected to make a full recovery as it was caught in the early stages."
cancer  prostate  cancer 
march 2016 by asterisk2a
Gegen die Angst - Leben mit Prostatakrebs
63.000 neuerkrankungen pro jahr. 12.000 patienten an prostata krebs sterben, pro jahr! / heufigster krebsursache. // men should test PSA every year past ~50. Meistens merkt man nicht den Krebs im Stadium 1 und 2. Und das schliesst noch nicht mal die agressivitaet/type des tumors ein. & "man muss kaempfen." // http://nutritionfacts.org/?s=prostate+cancer
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january 2016 by asterisk2a
Mötorhead's Lemmy died of prostate cancer, says death certificate | Music | The Guardian
Congestive heart failure and cardiac arrhythmia also contributed to much-loved metal frontman’s death on 28 December
heart  disease  cancer  prostate  cancer 
january 2016 by asterisk2a
You searched for COPD | NutritionFacts.org
diatary intervention in COPD patients. higher antioxidant intake = less oxidative stress = stopping or even reversing lung function decline. // people like to absolve themselves from their problems, 'I can't do anything about this.' - youtu.be/f1XDEHUf6yA - cancer, overweight, obesity, sedentary. // its the same saying you are not a racist and actually being an anti-racist. meaning you are going on the street, activism, talking about racism
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january 2016 by asterisk2a
Can exercise keep prostate cancer at bay? - BBC News
[ lol, can't ask people to go whole-food plant-based and keep the alcohol, tobacco at a minimum - youtu.be/ECaI1XwonN0 + reversal of heart disease! - &! healthier lifestyle - bbc.in/1P6Gj1t &! bbc.in/1xwrVbA ] UK researchers are carrying out a trial to see if exercise therapy can help men with prostate cancer. The Sheffield Hallam University team, backed by Cancer Research UK, have a hunch that physical activity can help the body stop tumours from spreading. They are asking 50 men with prostate cancer that has not yet spread to put the theory to the test for 12 months. They hope to show that aerobic exercise is a treatment in its own right and should be offered on the NHS. Half of the men will have weekly supervised exercise sessions, while the other 25 will only be given information about the benefits of exercise for cancer patients.
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january 2016 by asterisk2a
Krebs: Fast jeder zweite Deutsche erkrankt im Laufe seines Lebens - SPIEGEL ONLINE
Bei Männern sind es etwas mehr, bei Frauen etwas weniger: In Deutschland bekommt fast jeder Zweite im Laufe seines Lebens eine Krebsdiagnose, zeigt ein aktueller Bericht. >> Das Risiko dafür hat jeder auch selbst in der Hand. << Bösartige Tumoren sind eine Volkskrankheit, das zeigt der aktuelle Bericht "Krebs in Deutschland" des Robert Koch-Instituts (RKI) und der Gesellschaft der epidemiologischen Krebsregister in Deutschland. Demnach liegt das Risiko für Frauen, im Laufe ihres Lebens an Krebs zu erkranken, aktuell bei 43 Prozent. Bei den Männern erhalten nach derzeitigen Hochrechnungen im Schnitt 51 Prozent einmal im Leben die Diagnose Krebs. [...] Der Einfluss des Lebensstils
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december 2015 by asterisk2a
Ovarian cancer: Screening may cut deaths by a fifth - BBC News
Doctors say there is now "encouraging" evidence that an annual blood test may cut ovarian cancer deaths by a fifth.
cancer  medical  research  medical  advances  prostate  cancer 
december 2015 by asterisk2a
'Suicide' gene therapy kills prostate cancer cells - BBC News
A new gene therapy technique is able to modify prostate cancer cells so that a patient's body attacks and kills them, US scientists have discovered. The technique causes the tumour cells in the body to self-destruct, giving it the name 'suicide gene therapy'. Their research found a 20% improvement in survival in patients with prostate cancer five years after treatment. A cancer expert said more research was needed to judge its effectiveness. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in the UK with more than 41,000 diagnosed each year.
prostate  cancer  cancer  immune  system  autoimmune  disease 
december 2015 by asterisk2a
Blood test could determine prostate cancer therapy - BBC News
[ public perception doesn't exist, about the horrors of cancer, chemo and radiotherapy, and invasive surgery that makes you incontinent and have no sex life anymore ] A blood test can determine whether prostate cancer patients are likely to respond to drugs, scientists say. Tests on 97 men, described in Science Translational Medicine, were able to tell whether tumours were already resistant to the drug abiraterone. [...] Abiraterone is a potent drug able to shrink tumours, but only some men benefit. [...] Cancers can evolve resistance to drugs over time, so the team of scientists set about looking for evidence in the fragments of tumour DNA that float in the blood stream.
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november 2015 by asterisk2a
Prostate cancer drug ruling a 'fiasco', says charity - BBC News
[ end of life management. after extensive surgery failed, chemo failed, you are a broken man who needs adult pampers because of incontinence and wait for your last meal managing the spread of cancer with morphine. nobody talks about those extremes. something like this should get onto the packaging of bacon. ] A charity says a decision by the NHS in England to reject a drug for men with prostate cancer is a "fiasco". Abiraterone is already given to patients at the end-of-life after chemotherapy as it gives patients an extra few months. But the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence said it was not cost-effective to offer it earlier. It said while the drug improved quality of life, it was unclear whether it had the same impact on life expectancy. This was due to problems with the research data, NICE said, claiming the trial was finished early - something disputed by the drug's makers Janssen.
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november 2015 by asterisk2a
Part II: Is the Government fulfilling its role in the fight against cancer?
The scale of the challenge is apparent. I think we should be as bold and ambitious as possible: scientists, clinicians, patients, the general public and politicians all working together for a single goal: to eliminate cancer within a generation, and Britain at the forefront of this. [...] Patient experience has to be prioritised and this is difficult when NHS cancer services are under unprecedented pressure and the Government far too often provides contradictory messages. The Department of Health must provide the NHS with the resources and the long-term, holistic stability to allow Trusts to invest in state-of-the-art equipment. The NHS needs to emphasise prevention and early detection too, but the risk is that under greater financial and workforce pressure, cancer services will be forced to firefight.
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Dear FURIOUS PETE, here’s what the CANCER INDUSTRY doesn’t want YOU to know - YouTube
isnt the hippocratic oath - do no harm!? // 500bn sales - big pharma. //
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october 2015 by asterisk2a
Blood test 'boost' in ovarian cancer fight - BBC News
Ovarian tumours spew out high levels of a chemical called CA125, which is already used as a test if patients have symptoms. // // PSA levels in postate cancer
cancer  ovarian  cancer  prostate  cancer 
may 2015 by asterisk2a
BBC News - 'Half of UK people' will get cancer
One in two people in the UK will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their lives, analysis suggests. Cancer Research UK said this estimate, using a new calculation method, replaced a forecast of more than one in three people developing the disease. It said longer life expectancies meant more people would be affected. But it was not inevitable and improving lifestyle, such as losing weight and quitting smoking, could have a major impact, the charity added. The good news is cancer survival figures are also rising. &! Cancer diagnosis rate of 1,000 per day to 'push NHS to limit' The NHS will be "pushed to its limit" by the end of 2016 by rising numbers of cancer patients, a charity says. [...] The Department of Health said it had invested £750m in cancer care. [...] "Cracks in the NHS are already beginning to show," - bbc.co.uk/news/health-30040451
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february 2015 by asterisk2a
Kris Carr speaks about cancer and The China Study - YouTube
Slowed significantly, Stable Cancer ('incurable'). See more peer reviewed medical research (evidence based) on it :: http://nutritionfacts.org/index.php?s=cancer + http://nutritionfacts.org/index.php?s=prostate+cancer + https://www.youtube.com/user/KrisCarrTV // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SyWTj4Xh-rY + https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2iPurl324Q + // https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CGvM0exvn2c << self-care, self care, public health policy, public health, health crisis, health science, sustainability, sustainable, 'cancer begins in early age, tiny micro cancer cells; its about the environment we create - one where cancer flourishes or where one that doesn't and thus it can't kill you.' Bottled juices in Stores are pasteurised and laden with extra sugar and preservatives. BAD! | http://youtu.be/EbkWhGbB50k "living in the moment. being present." *Marie Forleo + productivity. + http://youtu.be/kQrzeRL2Zkc :: Kris Carr & Marie Forleo - Personal Brand
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april 2014 by asterisk2a
More Than an Apple a Day: Preventing Our Most Common Diseases - YouTube
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july 2013 by asterisk2a
BBC Food - Cancer and diet: Why is nutrition overlooked?
Thousands of scientific papers have been published on the link between diet and the treatment and prevention of cancer. But in practice food is still considered a marginal aspect of cancer care. [...] "In the UK we don't have enough of those randomised studies to say that 'if you eat enough cabbage and broccoli and fruit juices and have some turmeric and maybe some wine and chocolate, yes this can be helpful, but it's not going to be enough to cure cancer'." [... >> yes but it delays the impact once cancer has when reached certain size, vegan diet slows cancerous cell proliferation, ... you should die of old age, not of cancer.] [...] Our research confirmed that in most cancer centres in the UK, diet is still seen as almost meaningless in cancer treatment and aftercare. ["Let thy food be your medicine." is a long-term approach ... being Vegan.] [...] [T]here is no financial incentive.
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may 2013 by asterisk2a
The Optimal Diet - NYTimes.com
Dr. Dean Ornish op ed in the New York Times warns about dangers of low carb diets (http://nyti.ms/Pdkpei). I wrote a whole book about it, now online free at:

http://www.atkinsexposed.org/

Perhaps the biggest misconception is that as long as you lose weight, it doesn’t matter what you eat. But it does. Yet being thin and being healthy are not at all the same thing. Being overweight is not necessarily linked with disease or premature death. What you eat affects which diseases you may develop, regardless of whether you’re thin or fat. Some diets that may help you lose weight may be harmful to your health over time.

Vegan Diet + Regular Exercise + Stress Management = risisng probability of Good Health into old age (dying of age, not bc of a disease).

WHAT you eat is as important as what you exclude.
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september 2012 by asterisk2a
Dean Ornish, M.D. - Transform 2010 - Mayo Clinic - YouTube
Current Western Health Care is not health care, it is SICK CARE.

See minute 4:40;
Randomised trial with prostate cancer patients, 1 half put on vegan diet I assume and plenty of exercise, others continued - not opting for conventional treatment - just doing nothing.
Outcome; group on vegan diet & exercises ("intensive life style change") their cancer seems to _not_ develop further. Control groups cancer seemed to develop further.

Further study showed that tumor growth and activity was inhibited by up to 70% on vegan diet (turning on gene expression - epigenetics - to regulate tumor and cancer growth down)

Further, chronic stress shortens life.

Life style changes does not only prevent chronic diseases, but also reverses and or slows some.

Depression and lack of social interaction and intimacy weakens the immune system.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CbVflDOWCbU (2008)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s1JF9ylY_AM (Sep 2012)
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august 2012 by asterisk2a
YouTube - J&J's Zytiga Extends Life, Boosts Prostate Drug Market
Bloomberg's Shannon Pettypiece reports on Johnson & Johnson's Zytiga, the first prostate cancer pill to win U.S. marketing approval in a family of treatments that offer new ways to stymie the male hormones that fuel tumor growth. Similar medicines from Medivation Inc. and Takeda Pharmaceutical Co. will report study results this weekend at the American Society of Clinical Oncology meeting in Chicago. Pettypiece speaks with Betty Liu on Bloomberg Television's "In the Loop." (Source: Bloomberg)
cancer  prostate 
june 2011 by asterisk2a
Exploring Prostate Cancer Treatment Options - NYTimes.com
And now comes “Invasion of the Prostate Snatchers,” by Ralph H. Blum and Dr. Mark Scholz, effectively confirming my whimsical paranoia.

They add that only about 1 in 7 men with newly diagnosed prostate cancer are at risk for a serious form of the disease. “Out of 50,000 radical prostatectomies performed every year in the United States alone,” Dr. Scholz writes, “more than 40,000 are unnecessary. In other words, the vast majority of men with prostate cancer would have lived just as long without any operation at all. Most did not need to have their sexuality cut out.”

Yet radical prostatectomy is still the treatment recommended most often, even though a recent study in The New England Journal of Medicine suggested that it extended the lives of just 1 patient in 48.

In my experience, doctors play down punishing side effects like incontinence, impotence and shrinking of the penis. Those are just words when you hear them, but beyond language when you go through them.
cancer  prostate  myth  health 
september 2010 by asterisk2a

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