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Bacteria May Be Cause of Common Incontinence

Urinary incontinence in women is often attributed to childbirth or pregnancy and sometimes even just the simple aging process. Researchers at the Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine found that the bacteria in healthy women’s bladders were different in women with a specific, and common, form of urinary incontinence. They published their findings in July in the American […]

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Posted in: Womens Health

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Genetics, Family History Play Role in Early Onset, Aggressive Prostate Cancer

Studies from the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center suggest that more younger men may be being diagnosed with the uncommon aggressive form of prostate cancer. The most common age for prostate cancer occurrence is between the ages of 60 and 90. Most of these so-called prostate cancers detected are the Gleason 6 (3+3) “cancers” and on both […]

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Posted in: General Healthcare, Prostate Cancer News

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Certain Bladder Cancer Patients May Be Able to Get Greater Results with Additional Treatment

Muscle-invasive bladder cancer is a difficult cancer to treat with a high mortality rate. A recent study published in the British Journal of Cancer indicates an option that may help doctors achieve better treatment with radiotherapy. The study, which was funded by the Medical Research Council and performed by a team at the University of Manchester, found […]

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