Tuesday, May 3, 2016 Nisan 25, 5776
Testicular malignancies affect a younger demographic than prostate tumors
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Elyse Glickman, Special Sections Feature
Prostate cancer and PSA scores have gotten a lot of airtime and print for a variety of reasons, ranging from media exposure like pharmaceutical ads to celebrity survivors of the illness. Testicular cancer may not have as much media play at the moment or as many diagnoses (8,000 new diagnoses every year, compared to 200,000 for prostate cancer), but its...
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Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature
Though common sense dictates that men and wom­en should do everything in their power to think proactive and preventative when it comes to their reproductive health, a recent study conducted by the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force made headlines with a hefty claim that blood tests intended to spot prostate cancer could also have unexpected side effects and that, perhaps,...
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Elyse Glickman | JE Feature
The death of Steve Jobs from pancreatic cancer two months ago resonates as a story of American triumph overcome by tragedy.
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By:
Diane McManus | JE Feature
Cancer never comes at a convenient time.
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Race raises funds to outrun prostate cancer growth
By:
Rachel Vigoda, Jewish Exponent Feature
Father's Day is a particularly meaningful time to get the word out about the disease that affects one in six men -- even if not one of those six wants to talk about it. "Prostate cancer is an uncomfortable topic," says Shelley Schwartz, founder of Prostate Health International. "Men don't want to discuss it. A group of men can meet...
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