Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men, with more than 47,500 new cases in the UK each year. Now ground-breaking research, together with greater awareness — highlighted by the Daily Mail’s End The Needless Prostate Deaths campaign — is changing the outlook for men with the condition. The latest figures suggest it is the most commonly diagnosed cancer, ahead of breast and lung cancers. ‘For many years, prostate cancer was a neglected form of the disease but UK scientists are leading the way in prostate cancer research,’ says David Montgomery, director of research at the charity Prostate Cancer UK. Today, men with the disease are living longer, with fewer side-effects than ever, thanks to advances in detection and more precise methods used to target it. Research this week revealed genetic screening could spot thousands of cases of prostate cancer that would otherwise go unnoticed until it is too late. Today, men with the disease are living longer, with fewer side-effects than ever, thanks to advances in detection and more precise methods used to target it The study at the Institute of Cancer Research, presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology conference, found DNA testing in GP surgeries… Read full this story
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