Prostate Cancer News

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  • β€œIt’s football, it’s not life or death”: Scratching the surface of Steven Poacher – The Irish News
    “It's football, it's not life or death": Scratching the surface of Steven Poacher  The Irish NewsMARCH 7, 2007. Up in the back of the Gerry Arthurs Stand is a small pocket of green, swallowed up in the maroon sea of St Paul's Bessbrook. ... read more
    Published on March 16, 2019
    2 days ago
  • ‘Ironman’ Billy gearing up for a marathon challenge – The Corkman
    'Ironman' Billy gearing up for a marathon challenge  The CorkmanHaving battled to overcome a prostate cancer diagnosis, Blackwater Search and Rescue Unit member Billy Carr has now set his sights on another challenge ... read more
    Published on March 16, 2019
    2 days ago
  • EAU 2019: The Patient’s Perspective on Prostate Cancer – UroToday
    EAU 2019: The Patient's Perspective on Prostate Cancer  UroTodayEAU 2019 percentage of men that are aware of prostate cancer risks, PSA testing awareness, adverse effects resulting from the treatment of prostate cancer, the ... read more
    Published on March 15, 2019
    2 days ago
  • Paddy Doherty given all-clear after prostate cancer operation – Manchester Evening News
    Paddy Doherty given all-clear after prostate cancer operation  Manchester Evening NewsThe star of Celebrity Big Brother, Britain's Deadliest Men, and My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding, was a long-time lynchpin of Greater Manchester's Irish traveller ... read more
    Published on March 15, 2019
    2 days ago
  • Gypsy king Paddy Doherty all-clear from prostate cancer after six-hour op – Irish Mirror
    Gypsy king Paddy Doherty all-clear from prostate cancer after six-hour op  Irish MirrorThe Celebrity Big Brother winner revealed he had secretly been battling the cancer for the past seven months. ... read more
    Published on March 15, 2019
    2 days ago
  • Stelling ready to march again for Prostate Cancer – The Northern Echo
    Stelling ready to march again for Prostate Cancer  The Northern EchoFour marathons, four days, four nations''. After walking from Hartlepool United to Wembley (10 walking marathons in 10 days) and a year later… ... read more
    Published on March 15, 2019
    2 days ago
  • Opko Health Inc’s (NYSE:OPK) Sentiment is 0.92 – The EN Bulletin
    Opko Health Inc's (NYSE:OPK) Sentiment is 0.92  The EN BulletinIn Q4 2018 Opko Health Inc (NYSE:OPK) big money sentiment increased to 0.92, according to SEC filings. That's up 0.07, from 2018Q3's 0.85. 66 funds opened ... read more
    Published on March 15, 2019
    2 days ago
  • Reviewing OPKO Health Inc. (OPK)’s and Its Rivals results – The Hi New Ulm
    Reviewing OPKO Health Inc. (OPK)'s and Its Rivals results  The Hi New UlmWe are comparing OPKO Health Inc. (NASDAQ:OPK) and its rivals on their profitability, analyst recommendations, risk, institutional ownership, dividends, ... read more
    Published on March 15, 2019
    3 days ago
  • Comparing CytomX Therapeutics (CTMX) and GTX (GTXI) – Fairfield Current
    Comparing CytomX Therapeutics (CTMX) and GTX (GTXI)  Fairfield CurrentCytomX Therapeutics (NASDAQ:CTMX) and GTX (NASDAQ:GTXI) are both small-cap medical companies, but which is the better stock? We will compare the ... read more
    Published on March 15, 2019
    3 days ago
  • Prostate Cancer Therapeutics Market 2025 – Business Herald
    Prostate Cancer Therapeutics Market 2025  Business HeraldProstate cancer is the most common cancer among the geriatric male population. It is a major health concern, especially in developed countries with a greater ... read more
    Published on March 14, 2019
    4 days ago
  • Number of cancer cases increases by 15 per cent in past decade – The Irish News
    Number of cancer cases increases by 15 per cent in past decade  The Irish NewsNORTHERN Ireland's ageing population is being linked to the 15 per cent rise in the number of people receiving a cancer diagnosis over the past decade, ... read more
    Published on March 13, 2019
    5 days ago
  • NI cancer rates increase by 15% – BBC News
    NI cancer rates increase by 15%  BBC NewsThe number of cancer cases in NI increased by 15% from 2008 to 2017, according to the latest statistics. The figures include a 66% increase of liver cancer in ... read more
    Published on March 12, 2019
    6 days ago
  • Four marathons, four days, four nations for Hartlepool president – The Northern Echo
    Four marathons, four days, four nations for Hartlepool president  The Northern EchoJEFF Stelling is embarking on another epic walking challenge for Prostate Cancer UK – spanning four countries in four days – and is urging the… ... read more
    Published on March 11, 2019
    7 days ago
  • Vicky Phelan (guest editor): Supporting children with a parent undergoing cancer treatment – Irish Examiner
    Vicky Phelan (guest editor): Supporting children with a parent undergoing cancer treatment  Irish ExaminerA programme supporting children affected by a parent's cancer diagnosis is now available nationwide, writes Ciara McDonnell. When Attracta Foley was ... read more
    Published on March 8, 2019
    1 week ago
  • New Northern Ireland cancer strategy will be left to gather dust without Health Minister – Belfast Telegraph
    New Northern Ireland cancer strategy will be left to gather dust without Health Minister  Belfast TelegraphA new cancer strategy for Northern Ireland has been welcomed by charities - even though a Health Minister minister needs to be in place to decide how it will be ... read more
    Published on March 8, 2019
    1 week ago

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This feed contains news updates from the Europa Uomo website. (Updated Daily)

  • The IPCOR project
    Mr. David Galvin, Consultant Urologist and lead of the Irish Prostate Cancer Outcomes Research (IPCOR) project, gave a plenary address at the 2018 General Assembly of the European Prostate Cancer Coalition, Europa Uomo, in Malahide, Dublin on June 9th. In front of an audience of patient advocates from all over Europe, as well as Ireland, he described the approach and methodology of the project, which is collecting data from a variety of sources to generate an outcome-based national tumour registry for prostate cancer in Ireland. It is expected that analysis of the data in the registry will be used to inform patient care and decision making long into the future. The IPCOR project is supported by the Irish Cancer Society and the Movember Foundation. It is part of a global effort called TruNTH Global Registry, funded by Movember, to improve outcomes and the quality of patient care in prostate cancer. It will generate a registry of useful, high-quality data as part of a clinical research study to evaluate the outcomes of different care paths in prostate cancer, and how satisfied patients are with those outcomes. The ultimate aim is to allow clinicians to stop pursuing expensive treatments that have poor ... read more
    Published on June 21, 2018
    9 months ago
  • New video on prostate cancer diagnosis
    A new video by Europa Uomo’s member organisation in the Netherlands, ProstaatKankerStichting.nl, explores diagnosis of prostate cancer and the life-changing effect that it can have on men and their families. Translated into English, the video contains interviews with patients about how they feel about their treatment, and describes the support offered by patient groups. “Within 30 seconds of meeting the urologist, he tells you… you’ve got prostate cancer,” says one of the interviewees, prostate cancer patient Johan Weijenberg. “In the space of 30 seconds, your whole world flashes through your mind, and the ground falls out from under your feet. In less than a minute you think, what’s going to happen to my family when I’m no longer around.” You can access the video also on YouTube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E9OdZpEDv9c and contact ProstaatKankerStichting.nl at https://prostaatkankerstichting.nl  
    Prostate Cancer Association, your guide in prostate cancer - English version - May 2018 Prev 1 of 1 Next Prostate Cancer Association, your guide in prostate cancer - English version - May 2018 This is the English version of the video ... read more
    Published on June 20, 2018
    9 months ago
  • General Assembly 2018, Dublin
    Photo: Secretary John Dowling stands by an inflatable prostate, which was a feature viewed at the conference venue. The inflatable prostate was kindly loaned by Janssen.Delegates to this year’s General Assembly gathered in Malahide, a seaside town just north of Dublin in Ireland. This year’s GA featured a vigorous debate on a Board proposal to promote a study of Quality of Life in prostate cancer care. The GA was also unusual in the number of Board vacancies to be filled. The outcome was that the two outgoing members were re-elected and two new members were elected. The meeting also heard a very interesting presentation about the Irish Prostate Cancer Outcomes Study (IPCOR) from Mr. David Galvin, the lead on the study and an eminent urologist in Dublin. About half the time of the GA was devoted to a series of pilot training sessions. Feedback on the sessions is being evaluated and will be considered by the new Board at its first meeting in July. Delegates had an opportunity to sample some Irish music and dance at the Abbey Tavern in Howth on the Friday evening and the out-going Chairman, Ken Mastris, tried his best at an Irish jig, whereas ... read more
    Published on June 14, 2018
    9 months ago
  • Europa Uomo on Course for a Busy Year
    Last weekend we held our General Assembly in Malahide, Ireland. 21 of our members were represented. As per our statutes, the membership appointed 4 new board members (see elsewhere in this issue) and approved the accounts and the budget for next year. For the first time we were able to combine our organisational business with training for our members. We also consulted the membership about the feasibility of an important study on patient quality of life in prostate cancer care. It is now up to the new Board to analyse the results and make decisions, based on that feedback. I would like to thank all who have contributed to the success of the General Assembly. Once more I would like to give special thanks to Ken Mastris, who has served the board for 6 years, 3 of those as Chairman. Ken has given countless hours and days to serve his fellow patients and it will be difficult for me to match his efforts. I know Ken’s heart is still with us and I am sure Europa Uomo will be able to count on him again. I look forward to working with the new Board and all our members over the ... read more
    Published on June 14, 2018
    9 months ago
  • New Board of Europa Uomo
    The annual General Assembly of Europa Uomo was held in Malahide, Ireland on June 8th and 9th 2018. The outgoing Chairman, Ken Mastris, had completed his maximum two terms and Christian Arnold had resigned.  Treasurer André Deschamps and Secretary John Dowling were each standing for second 3-year terms.  This meant that there were four Board positions to be filled.  A total of 5 candidates were duly nominated.  The election procedure was supervised by Hannu Tavio (Finland). The four successful candidates, elected by secret ballot, were Günter Carl, André Deschamps, John Dowling and Ioannis Vanezos.  The Board then met and elected the officers (see below).  Good luck to all the Board members for the coming year. The Board of Europa Uomo for 2018-2019 consists of: André Deschamps (Belgium)                  Chairman Will Jansen (Netherlands)                     Vice-Chairman Stig Lindahl (Sweden)                           Vice-Chairman John Dowling (Ireland)                          Secretary Ioannis (John) Vanezos (Cyprus)             Treasurer Ernst-Günther Carl (Germany) Pentti Tuohimaa (Finland)     The post New Board of Europa Uomo appeared first on . ... read more
    Published on June 13, 2018
    9 months ago