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  1. Small cell prostate cancer is a rare type of cancer of the prostate gland. Only 2 out of 100 prostate cancers are this type. The main treatments are usually chemotherapy and radiotherapy.…

  2. The PCA3 test is a new type of test that may help to diagnose prostate cancer.…

  3. Women's hormone replacement therapy is being tried as a treatment for men with prostate cancer? The hormones are contained in patches that stick to the skin.…

  4. The number of cases of prostate cancer in the UK is going up. This is partly because men are living longer and also becuase of the introduction of the PSA test that checks the level of a protein produced by prostate cells.…

  5. Modified citrus pectin is an alternative therapy that is claimed to stop cancer from spreading. More research is needed to see whether it is a useful treatment for people with cancer.…

  6. Small cell prostate cancer is a rare type of cancer of the prostate gland. Only 2 out of 100 prostate cancers are this type. The main treatments are usually chemotherapy and radiotherapy.…

  7. The dietary supplement Trinovin has been promoted as a supplement to help to prevent prostate cancer. There is currently no research to support this claim. Trinovin may increase radiotherapy damage to healthy prostate cells if taken during radiotherapy treatment.…

  8. Putting on weight after removal of the prostate gland for prostate cancer could have several causes. It may be due to lack of exercise or to needing to eat to boost your mood. Or it could be due to other treatments such as hormone therapy.…

  9. PSA stands for prostate specific antigen - a protein made by prostate gland cells. A high level can be a sign that cancer may be present in the prostate but can also be caused by other things.…

  10. PSA stands for prostate specific antigen. It is a protein produced by prostate cells. Some of the PSA is found in the blood and some is attached to another protein in the blood. The amounts of these different types of PSA may help to tell whether a prostate cancer is present or not.…

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