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Annual Report on Prostate Diseases - Harvard Health

Annual Report on Prostate Diseases - Harvard Health

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Perspective on alcohol use and cancer risk

POSTED AUGUST 12, 2016, 9:30 AM

Steven J. Atlas, MD, MPH, Contributor

A new study makes alcohol seem even more controversial, suggesting that there is sufficient evidence to say that alcohol causes several types of cancer. Steven J. Atlas, MD, a primary care physician, discusses how he plans to talk to his patients about patterns of alcohol use and associated cancer risk.

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Most men eventually develop some type of prostate problem, and when they do there are usually no easy solutions. More than a primer on prostate conditions, the Annual Report on Prostate Diseases includes roundtable discussions with experts at the forefront of prostate research, interviews with men about their treatment decisions, and the latest thinking on complementary therapies. This report will provide you with the information you need to understand the current controversies, avoid common pitfalls, and work with your doctor to make informed choices about your prostate health.

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New urine test predicts high-grade prostate cancer

POSTED AUGUST 11, 2016, 9:30 AM

Charlie Schmidt, Editor, Harvard Medical School Annual Report on Prostate Disease

Suspicious findings from prostate cancer screening are often followed by a procedure most men would prefer to avoid: a prostate biopsy. But what if biopsies actually could be avoided on the basis of non-invasive test results? Screening tests are moving in that direction, with some intriguing results.

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