For all of us to live a full and vibrant life
We believe the Keys to the end of suffering and death from prostate cancer are:
Prostate Cancer Diet Supplements
The National Alliance of State Prostate Cancer Coalitions supports the early detection of prostate cancer by recommending that , beginning at age 40 (35 for high-risk, including African-American men and those with a certain or an indeterminate family history of prostate cancer), all men obtain a baseline PSA and have a DRE; then have a PSA and DRE thereafter on an annual basis. Read More
Prostate Cancer Videos-Dr. Gerald Chodak
PCC-NJ recommends an excellent collection of on-line, free of charge, informative videos by Dr. Gerald Chodak. These videos are focused on the various issues faced by Prostate Cancer Patients. The topics include a background on Dr. Chodak, Prostate Cancer (including in-depth information on staging, treatment options, etc.), Managing Side Effects of Cancer Therapy, discussion on Clinical Research Studies, General Prostate Health, Non-cancerous Prostate Disease, Answers to Patient Questions, Getting a Second Opinion Via the Internet, and a set of videos that discuss current News about Prostate Cancer. Each main topic has a set of sub-topics. The videos are accessible via http://www.prostatevideos.com/.
Rising PSA --March 01, 2013
Anticancer - A New Way of Life--August 16, 2012
Diet Recommendations to Help Prevent Prostate Cancer--June 27, 2012
Nutrition Recommendations from Dr. Victor Marchione
Vitamin D May Slow PCa Tumor Growth--April 09, 2012
New Research - Antibody Shrinks Tumors--April 01, 2012
A single antibody caused tumors from seven different human cancers transplanted into mice to shrink or disappear, according to a new study led by Stanford University School of Medicine in the US. The researchers hope to repeat this dramatic finding with tests in humans within the next two years.
PCCNJ is a private non-profit organization committed to eliminating
suffering and death from prostate cancer for all New Jersey men
and their families. It seeks to do this by increasing public awareness,
education and outreach; improving the quality of life of those affected
by prostate cancer; increasing research and funding; eliminating
disparities in high risk populations and mobilizing advocates for
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