By Warren Froelich
The active metabolite of vitamin D, calcitriol, and other vitamin D analogs are promising chemopreventive agents that may prevent prostate cancer, according to a study presented today at the American Association for Cancer Research's 4th annual Frontie
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By Alex Berenson
Merck Lawyer Impugns Story in Vioxx Suit
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By Eric Nagourney
Injustices at Work May Harm Men's Hearts
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By Celia Hall
Viagra, used to treat impotence in men, has been found to reduce the harmful effects of stress on the heart, scientists said yesterday.
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By Science Daily
Steven Schrader, a prominent researcher in sexual and reproductive health, philosophized in a guest editorial of the September issue of The Journal of Sexual Medicine that it is time to move on - the current scientific focus on the relationship between
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By David March
Sildenafil citrate (Viagra), a drug used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED) in millions of men, reduces the stimulatory effects of hormonal stress on the heart by half, according to results of a new study by researchers at Johns Hopkins.
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By Beth Bukata
Men who have a yearly blood test to examine their prostate specific antigen levels are nearly three times less likely to die from prostate cancer than those who don't have annual screenings, according to a study presented October 19, 2005, at the Ameri
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By Stephanie Saul
Decision Is Delayed on Diabetes Drug That Lowers Cholesterol
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By Kim Irwin
Researchers at UCLA's Jonsson Cancer Center have uncovered the mechanism by which an antibody blocks the growth of prostate cancer in animal models, a discovery that could pave the way for development of a new molecularly targeted therapy.
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By Karen C. Mallet
Researchers say they have identified a biomarker that indicates a more agressive form of prostate cancer. Fox Chase Cancer Center's chairman of radiation oncology, Alan Pollack, M.D., Ph.D., presented the findings today at the 47th Annual Meeting of th
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By Karen C. Mallet
Researchers at Fox Chase Cancer Center found no effects of type II diabetes on aggressiveness of prostate cancer but found that long-term survival is worse. The findings were presented today at the 47th Annual Meeting of the American Society for Therap
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By Karen C. Mallet
Researchers at Fox Chase Cancer Center recommend more aggressive treatment for men whose prostate cancers occurred after transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) and whose PSA level is considered intermediate.
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By Science Daily
Erectile dysfunction may be a sign that coronary artery disease is developing, even in men without typical risk factors, according to a new study in the Oct. 18, 2005, issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
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By Science Daily
Chinese men are selectively switching from traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) to Viagra to treat erectile dysfunction, but sticking with tradition for ailments such as arthritis, indigestion and gout, according to new research published in Environmenta
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By Dan Gaffney
Chinese men are selectively switching from traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) to Viagra to treat erectile dysfunction, but sticking with tradition for ailments such as arthritis, indigestion and gout, according to new research published in Environmenta
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By The Telegraph
A multi-million pound "theme park" dedicated to sex and relationships is to open in Britain next year, it has been announced.
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By Gina Kolata
Drugs Offer Angioplasty Alternative
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By Reuters
Cialis Impotence Drug Gets Approval in Mexico Thu Aug 28,11:40 AM ET NEW YORK (Reuters) - The ...
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By Ford Fessenden
JUST about everyone in medicine agrees that a patient who shows up in the emergency room with a heart attack should be given aspirin. That simple treatment has been proved to cut death rates by nearly a quarter.
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By Elisabeth Rosenthal
For Merck, Global Legal Woes
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