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Urine test for prostate cancer

Screening for prostate cancer could become as inexpensive as taking a home urine test

Health & Ageing

How prostate cancer affects sex

Prostate cancer can affect your sex life; find out how and what treatments are available

Health Checks

Cancer: what tests to have and when to have them

Finding cancer early improves your chances of successful treatment and long-term survival. nScreening tests are currently available free-of-charge for people in eligible age groups for bowel, breast and cervical cancer. What tests should you be having?

Diseases

Busting prostate cancer myths

There’s a lot of confusion about prostate cancer. To help you learn more, here are three common myths and their scientifically-based rebuttals, courtesy of Science Daily and the US-based Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.

Health News

PSA test under fire

The PSA test has come under fire, after a new study has shown that prostate cancer surgery does not significantly increase the survival rate of men diagnosed with prostate cancer. Find out if you should still be getting tested.

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For Better, For Worse

Watch Alan Hopgood's play For better or worse

Men's Health

Top ten tips for prostatectomy patients

Brian, one of our loyal subscribers, has been through and recovered from prostate cancer surgery. He has generously shared his top ten tips for getting through the post-op phase of his treatment.

Health Checks

Demystifying prostate cancer

One in every 11 men will develop prostate cancer by the age of 70. What if it’s you? It can be difficult to start thinking about prostate cancer, and even harder to do something about it. Catching prostate cancer early is the best way to ensure it is ‘curable’. n

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