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Prostate cancer

Prostate cancer
Biopsy results differ substantially between two labs, study finds
Published Dec 14, 2017
Cancer patients could be prescribed different treatments depending on which lab performs liquid biopsy, researchers say
Cancer research
Identifying cancerous 'shape shifters'
Published Aug 11, 2017
Scientists from Kimmel Cancer Center identify gene that affects prostate cancer's ability to change shape, squeeze into other organs / Hopkins Medicine
Predicting prostate cancer outcomes
Published Dec 16, 2015
Simplified grading system developed at Hopkins deemed accurate, could reduce overtreatment / Hopkins Medicine
Asthma and prostate cancer
Published May 22, 2015
Men with history of asthma are less likely to develop fatal prostate cancer, study suggests / Hopkins Medicine
An epigenetic key to a mystery
Published Summer 2014
A Johns Hopkins oncologist is uncovering clues as to why so many American men get prostate cancer and how we can prevent it. / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Urologists form online prostate cancer network
Published Dec 2012
Network structured to actively manage prostate cancer in patients who qualify for proactive surveillance, which entails careful monitoring rather than invasive treatment / Gazette