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Prostate Cancer Blog: Do You Read All Of Our Medical Blogs?

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Dec 11, 2005

Do You Read All Of Our Medical Blogs?

Do You Read All Of Our Medical Blogs?
Do you read all of the medical blogs published by medicineworld.org? Many of our bloggers are busy keeping you updated on various medical topics. Medicieworld.org is publishing a wide variety of blogs on different topics.

Breast cancer blog: Breast cancer blog is run by Janet and colleagues. Latest post from this breast cancer blog reads as follows: Chemotherapy Or Hormonal Therapy? - A good friend of mine was diagnosed with breast cancer last year. She had a one-centimeter tumor. Her tumor was estrogen and progesterone receptors positive. No lymph nodes were involved. She subsequently underwent four chemotherapy treatments and was then started on arimidex.......

Lung cancer blog: Lung cancer blog is run by Scott and colleagues. Latest post from this lung cancer blog reads as follows: New Lung Cancer Drug - Novelos Therapeutics Inc. has recently announced that its lead chemotherapy drug to treat non-small cell lung cancer had gained FDA approval to advance into late-stage, or phase III, clinical testing.......

Colon cancer blog: Colon cancer blog is run by Sue and colleagues. Latest post from this cancer blog post reads as follows: Women, Blacks, and Elderly Under treated For Colon Cancer - Women, blacks and elderly patients with advanced colon cancer are less likely to receive chemotherapy than other patients despite evidence that the treatment improves survival rates, according to a study published in the latest issue Journal of the American Medical Association, the AP/Philadelphia Inquirer reports.......

Prostate cancer blog: Prostate cancer blog is run by Mark and colleagues. Latest post from this prostate cancer blog reads as follows: Got Milk? May Be Too Much - It goes without telling that too much of even the best things may be bad for you. Sugar is good for the body, and is required as energy source for the brain and heart, but what happens if we consume too much sugar?......

We have a diabetes watch blog as well and this is run by JoAnn and colleagues. The latest post from this diabetes watch blog reads as follows: Cape Town Will Host Next World Diabetes Congress - Cape Town in South Africa will be the host of the 19th World Diabetes Congress organized by the International Diabetes Federation in Cape Town from 3 to 7 December 2006.......

Heart watch blog: Heart watch blog is run by Daniel and colleagues. The latest post from this heart watch blog reads as follows: High Diastolic Blood Pressure May Protect You During Exercise - Having a high diastolic blood pressure during exercise appears to have a protective effect against exercise-induced myocardial ischemia. This has been reported in a recent issue of the American Heart Journal. Most coronary perfusion to the left ventricle arises during diastole because the vessels are compressed during systole. So, a high diastolic blood pressure during exercise would be assumed to have a protective effect on exercise-induced ischemia. Conversely, a high systolic pressure would be expected to worsen ischemia......

Cancer blog: I manage the cancer blog with lots of help and support form other bloggers. The latest post from this cancer blog reads as follows: Women, Blacks, and Elderly Under treated For Colon Cancer - Women, blacks and elderly patients with advanced colon cancer are less likely to receive chemotherapy than other patients despite evidence that the treatment improves survival rates, according to a study published in the latest issue Journal of the American Medical Association, the AP/Philadelphia Inquirer reports...............

Mark      


Prostate cancer
The prostate is located just below the bladder and in front of the rectum in male. The tube that carries urine runs through the prostate. The prostate contains cells that make some of the seminal fluid. This fluid protects and nourishes the sperm. Prostate cancer usually starts in the gland cells of the prostate. This kind of cancer is known as adenocarcinoma. Prostate cancer is usually a slow disease, but sometimes it can grow fast and spread quickly to other organs.

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