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Highlights from the Asia-Pacific Prostate Cancer Conference 2019This year’s APCC conference brought together clinicians, allied health care, nurses and scientists. The meeting in Melbourne hosted discussions of the latest breakthroughs…
Read article Testing for hereditary gene mutations in men with metastatic prostate cancer International guidelines recommend genetic tests for men with metastatic prostate cancer. The aim of these tests is to look for mutations in genes that may have …
Read article New radiotherapy techniques tested in clinical trials.Radiotherapy for prostate cancer is constantly being improved. Some of these modifications involve giving a higher dose of radiation over a shorter time-period. Although the outcomes are similar…
Read article Which diet and lifestyle recommendations for men with prostate cancer are supported by science? Men diagnosed with prostate cancer often wish to improve their diet and lifestyle to help fight this disease. The internet is full of advice on foods, supplements and other lifestyle changes. But which advice can be…
Read article Video Gallery The Video Gallery is a space to explore important insights from leading prostate cancer health experts.
Exercise Medicine Exercise has great potential as a medicine for cancer. Tailored exercise programs can reduce treatment side effects, fatigue and anxiety in cancer patients. This is very good news for the 200,000 Australian men living after a diagnosis with prostate cancer, helping to improve their quality of life….
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