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Coffee can ward off the risk of prostrate cancer 2011-05-20

Released May 17, a new Harvard University study finds that drinking coffee, either decaf or regular, can ward off the risk of deadly prostrate cancer. Here are four more science-backed reasons you can drink your morning cuppa without guilt.…

Newly Discovered Mutations Reveal Secrets Of Male Infertility 2011-05-19

Around one in 20 men isinfertile, but despite the best efforts of scientists, in many cases the underlying causes of infertility have remained a mystery, according to new findings by a team of Australian and Swedish researchers.…

Digital Imaging Software To Create A Google Earth View 2011-05-18

Digital Imaging Software To Create A Google Earth View Of The Bladder Bladder cancer is the fourth-most-common cancer in men and one of the most expensive cancers to treat from diagnosis to death. …

New Test More Sensitive, Specific Than PSA Test For Prostate 2011-05-17

New Test More Sensitive, Specific Than PSA Test For Prostate Cancer A new test for prostate cancerthat measures levels of prostate specific antigen (PSA) as well as six specific antibodies found in the blood of men with the disease.…

Insight into male infertility 2011-05-16

Monash researchers have discovered a small set of genes responsible for unravelling the secrets of male infertility. Around one in 20 men is infertile,in many cases the underlying causes of infertility have remained a mystery.…

No Longer Recommend Azithromycin Monotherapy 2011-05-16

Although a single 2-g dose of azithromycin effectively treats genitourinary infections caused by susceptible Neisseria gonorrhoeae, azithromycin is no longer recommended as monotherapybecause of resistance concerns.…

Targeted Biopsy of Prostate Cancer Via MRI-Ultrasound Fusion 2011-05-14

Targeted Biopsy of Prostate Cancer Via MRI-Ultrasound Fusion Method A new screening technology fusing MRI with real-time 3D ultrasound has been developed by scientists. This provided an exacting method to obtain biopsy specimens.…