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Diet, Vitamins, and Exercise for Prostate Cancer

Mon 1 Oct 2012

In particular, unhealthy diets encourage prostate cancer growth and spread. The importance of diet can be easily established by looking at mortality rates from prostate cancer in China where the risk of dying is eighteen times lower than in the United States.1 Genetic factors cannot explain these differences since Asians who come to the UnitedRead More ›

Pomegranates and Prostate Health: A Research Report

Sun 31 Aug 2008

  Pomegranates and Prostate Health: A Research Report Mark Dreher, Ph.D. Chief Scientific Officer, POM Wonderful, LLC Edited from PCRI Insights August, 2008 v 11.3 Fruits and Vegetables: Recognized Role in Reducing Cancer Risk How well we age is influenced partly by our genetics but even more so by our lifestyle (e.g., eating right, exercisingRead More ›

The PCRI Views Regarding Testing for Prostate Cancer Using PSA as a Principal Marker

Tue 31 Aug 2004

  PCRI Insights August 2004 vol. 7, no. 3 PCRI Statement on Annual Testing for PC (The Basics) The Prostate Cancer Research Institute (PCRI) strongly supports annual testing for the early detection of prostate cancer. Effective testing combines both a prostate specific antigen (PSA) blood test and a digital rectal exam (DRE) for men, beginningRead More ›