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  • Why Do People Hate Feminism #10 - #Feminism is a Supremacy Movement

    09/08/2016 8:26:43 AM PDT · by No_More_Harkin · 6 replies
    YouTube ^ | 9/6/2016 | Sargon of Akkad
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  • Sanders' Proposal Sets a Dangerous Precedent

    04/07/2016 7:00:57 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 75 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | April 7, 2016 | Ken Blackwell
    Last week, presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders joined 11 other members of Congress in sending a letter to the National Institute of Health (NIH), urging the agency to cut costs for the prostate cancer drug, Xtandi, by employing its “march-in rights.” These rights, which have never before been utilized by the NIH, were established in 1980 under the Bayh-Dole Act, which gives federal agencies the authority to license a patent when action is deemed necessary, primarily as an emergency tactic. Using this provision as their justification, lawmakers are requesting that NIH override Xtandi’s patent protection, which guarantees its manufacturers exclusive...
  • Wash. Post: "Greenspan is in the hospital for an enlarged PROSTITUTE"

    04/24/2003 4:34:20 AM PDT · by A Vast RightWing Conspirator · 36 replies · 193+ views
    Wash Post as Read on C-Span | Apr. 24, 2003
    It's in the Wash. Post folks. I SAW the article and that was the exact wording, as the C-Span guy was reading the paragraph. LOL
  • Having sex with 21 women saves you from prostate cancer

    10/28/2014 12:58:36 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 168 replies
    helpmeoutdoc.com ^ | 28 October 2014 | Daniel Tomas on
    Having an impressive love-making record may protect you against prostate cancer, as new evidence from Canadian scientists suggests. According to new research published by the University of Montreal, men having sex with more than 20 women, have a 29% lower chance of developing prostate cancer, as opposed to men who have gone through 20 similar sexual experiences with other men.
  • Vasectomy linked with aggressive prostate cancer risk

    07/11/2014 10:59:41 AM PDT · by KeyLargo · 31 replies
    Medical News Today ^ | 10 Jul 2014
    Vasectomy linked with aggressive prostate cancer risk Thursday 10 July 2014 - 3am PST Prostate / Prostate Cancer Men's Health Cancer / Oncology In the largest and most comprehensive study of its kind, researchers from Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, MA, find that vasectomy is associated with a small increased risk of prostate cancer, and a larger increased risk for advanced or lethal prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is a major cause of cancer-related deaths in men in the US, where vasectomy is a common form of contraception, with around 15% of American men having the minor procedure, which...
  • Vasectomy can increase risk of developing lethal prostate cancer

    07/11/2014 10:17:40 AM PDT · by KeyLargo · 11 replies
    The Telegraph ^ | 10 Jul 2014 | Laura Donnelly, and Claire Carter
    Vasectomy can increase risk of developing lethal prostate cancer Scientists have identified a link between having a vasectomy and developing lethal forms of prostate cancer Laura Donnelly, and Claire Carter 10:00PM BST 10 Jul 2014 Men who have a vasectomy face an increased chance of developing prostate cancer and a higher risk of contracting the most aggressive form of the disease, a study has found. The Harvard research on 50,000 men, the largest study to examine the link between sterilisation and cancer, found that those who had the procedure had a 10 per cent greater chance of developing the disease....
  • 'Movember' Is 'Divisive, Gender Normative, Racist'? (it's racist for whites to have moustaches)

    12/02/2013 9:45:28 AM PST · by chessplayer · 63 replies
    Poor Matt Lauer and Al Roker: they spent November growing out beards on NBC for “Movember,” to promote men's health, but the British magazine New Statesman has announced “Movember is divisive, gender normative, racist and ineffective against some very real health issues.” RedState’s Erick Erickson tweeted “You cannot parody the left. You just can't. You may think it is parody, but damned if they don't one up you.” Apparently moustaches are for minorities: So what message does Movember convey to those whose moustaches are more-or-less permanent features? With large numbers of minority-ethnic men—for instance Kurds, Indians, Mexicans—sporting moustaches as a...
  • College Newspaper Editor Deems ‘Movember’ Activism ‘Sexist, Racist, Transphobic’

    11/30/2013 8:43:13 AM PST · by KeyLargo · 36 replies
    Mediaite.com ^ | November 29, 2013 | Andrew Kirell
    College Newspaper Editor Deems ‘Movember’ Activism ‘Sexist, Racist, Transphobic’ by Andrew Kirell | 11:39 am, November 29th, 2013 If you’re a man who grows a November mustache for “Movember” charities benefiting prostate cancer research, you might be engaging in a “sexist, racist, transphobic, and misinformed” campaign, says the editor of McGill University’s student newspaper. Health and Education Editor Ralph Haddad penned an op-ed “Movember as microaggression” in a recent issue of the school’s paper. As HyperVocal points out, McGill is Canada’s equivalent of Harvard, and so the content within is full of the sort of academic pretenses one might expect....
  • Fish oil, Omega-3 causes huge increase in risk of prostate cancer

    07/16/2013 6:41:52 PM PDT · by chessplayer · 96 replies
    (AFP) – US scientists said Wednesday they have confirmed a surprising 2011 study that found a higher risk of prostate cancer among men who consume omega-3 fatty acids, raising new questions about the safety of supplements. The research in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute reported a 71 percent higher risk for dangerous high-grade prostate cancer among men who ate fatty fish or took fish-oil supplements, which are often touted for their anti-inflammatory properties. A large European study also found the same omega-3 and prostate cancer link.
  • Nutri. Conventional Wisdom Takes It on Chin: Salt Harmless, Fish Oil Hikes Risk of Prostate Cancer

    07/11/2013 1:31:27 PM PDT · by servo1969 · 22 replies
    RushLimbaugh.com ^ | 7-11-2013 | Rush Limbaugh
    BEGIN TRANSCRIPT RUSH: Here it is. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta admit a long-standing error. "There is no benefit in reducing salt." Again, from the Centers for Disease Control: "There is no benefit in reducing salt." They are correcting a long-standing error. These are the kind of stories I just eat up. I just lick these stories like a salt lick. I love these stories. I just love it when conventional wisdom is turned upside down, when the food Nazis are exposed as the deceitful frauds that they are. "A recent report commissioned by the Centers...
  • Obama's Looming Prostate Cancer Death Epidemic,; Technocrat Doctors Turn Against Patients

    11/28/2012 3:40:44 PM PST · by morphing libertarian · 77 replies
    Sun Beam Times ^ | November 28, 2012 | Dr. David McKalip
    Prostate can deaths projected to increase. Restrictions on care and older population forming a perfect storm. http://sunbeamtimes.com/2012/11/28/obamas-looming-prostate-cancer-death-epidemic-technocrat-doctors-turn-against-patients.aspx
  • Prostate cancer drug so effective trial stopped

    06/03/2012 12:12:44 AM PDT · by LibWhacker · 25 replies
    sfgate ^ | 6/2/12 | Victoria Colliver
    A new drug for advanced prostate cancer patients has proved so effective that researchers stopped the clinical trial early to give all patients a chance to receive the life-extending medication, according to a UCSF-led study released Saturday. The hormone treatment, Johnson & Johnson's Zytiga, when added to a standard steroid therapy doubled the time it takes for the disease to progress in patients treated with the standard therapy alone, said the lead researcher, Dr. Charles Ryan, associate professor of clinical medicine at the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center.
  • New treatment for prostate cancer gives 'perfect results' for nine in ten men: research

    04/16/2012 4:49:05 PM PDT · by Free ThinkerNY · 23 replies
    The Telegraph ^ | April 16, 2012 | Rebecca Smith
    A new treatment for prostate cancer can rid the disease from nine in ten men without debilitating side effects, a study has found, leading to new hope for tens of thousands of men. It is hoped the new treatment, which involves heating only the tumours with a highly focused ultrasound, will mean men can be treated without an overnight stay in hospital and avoiding the distressing side effects associated with current therapies. A study has found that focal HIFU, high-intensity focused ultrasound, provides the 'perfect' outcome of no major side effects and free of cancer 12 months after treatment, in...
  • NICE: Prostate cancer drug too costly for NHS

    02/01/2012 5:00:49 PM PST · by originalbuckeye · 15 replies
    BBCNews ^ | Smitha Mundasad
    A drug that can extend the life of men with advanced prostate cancer by more than three months has provisionally been rejected for NHS use. The health watchdog for England and Wales says the drug's benefits are not enough to justify the price the NHS has been asked to pay. Cancer charities have been angered by the decision about abiraterone, one of the few drugs available to men in the final stages of prostate cancer. A final decision is yet to be made. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer to affect men in the UK. Abiraterone costs just under...
  • Draft Guidelines Recommend Against PSA Screening: USPSTF Review

    10/25/2011 10:38:07 AM PDT · by dangerdoc · 11 replies
    Medscape ^ | 10/13/11 | Zosia Chustecka
    Clinical Context Few topics in the field of preventive medicine are contentious as prostate cancer screening. Widespread screening for prostate cancer has had a remarkable effect on the epidemiology of this tumor, as demonstrated in a study by Welch and Albertsen published in the October 7, 2009, issue of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Their study found that the introduction of routine prostate cancer screening led to approximately 1.3 million more men being diagnosed with prostate cancer in the United States alone. Men younger than 60 years accounted for most of this surge in cases. The authors estimated...
  • Panel’s Advice on Prostate Test Sets Up Battle (Obama's death panels alert)

    10/08/2011 7:47:29 AM PDT · by jimbo123 · 67 replies
    NY Times ^ | 10/8/11 | GARDINER HARRIS
    A day after a government panel said that healthy men should no longer get screened for prostate cancer, some doctors’ groups and cancer patients’ advocates began a campaign to convince the nation that the advice was misguided. Their hope is to copy the success of women’s groups that successfully persuaded much of the country two years ago that it was a mistake for the same panel, the United States Preventive Services Task Force, to recommend against routine mammograms for women in their 40s.
  • Medical group to say men don't need prostate cancer screenings, source says

    10/07/2011 8:49:36 AM PDT · by ConorMacNessa · 44 replies
    CNN.com ^ | 7 Oct 2011 | Elizabeth Cohen
    The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, the group that told women in their 40s that they don't need mammograms, will soon recommend that men not get screened for prostate cancer, according to a source privy to the task force deliberations. The task force is set to recommend a "D" rating for prostate specific antigen, or PSA, testing. Such a rating means "there is moderate or high certainty that the service has no net benefit or that the harms outweigh the benefits," according to the group's website. The task force is set to propose this recommendation Tuesday, and then allow for...
  • Former Congressman Mark Foley has prostate cancer, surgery planned for Friday

    07/07/2011 5:51:05 PM PDT · by ConservativeStatement · 8 replies
    South Florida Sun-Sentinel ^ | July 7, 2011 | Anthony Man
    Former Congressman Mark Foley, diagnosed several weeks ago with an aggressive prostate cancer, will have surgery Friday morning to have his prostate removed. Foley, who was a Republican congressman from Palm Beach County for almost 12 years, said in a telephone interview that a battery of tests shows the cancer hasn’t spread beyond the prostate. But after consulting with medical experts and others who’ve had prostate cancer, he’s decided to have his prostate completely removed. He said the prognosis is for a speedy recovery, and he said he could be back at work as early as a week after the...
  • Mushroom compound suppresses prostate tumours

    05/23/2011 7:01:53 AM PDT · by decimon · 16 replies
    Queensland University of Technology ^ | May 23, 2011 | Unknown
    A mushroom used in Asia for its medicinal benefits has been found to be 100 per cent effective in suppressing prostate tumour development in mice during early trials, new Queensland University of Technology (QUT) research shows. The compound, polysaccharopeptide (PSP), which is extracted from the 'turkey tail' mushroom, was found to target prostate cancer stem cells and suppress tumour formation in mice, an article written by senior research fellow Dr Patrick Ling in the international scientific journal PLoS ONE said. Dr Ling, from the Australian Prostate Cancer Research Centre-Queensland and Institute for Biomedical Health & Innovation (IHBI) at QUT, said...
  • Swilling coffee may protect men against prostate cancer (ONLY 6 CUPS A DAY - HEY - PAY ATTENTION!)

    05/18/2011 12:23:38 PM PDT · by Libloather · 23 replies
    MSNBC ^ | 5/17/11 | Robert Bazell
    Swilling coffee may protect men against prostate cancerGuys who drank six cups a day had least risk, says study that debunks long-ago findings By Robert Bazell updated 5/17/2011 7:21:22 PM ET Coffee is good for men, according to research released Tuesday from the Harvard School of Public Health. Those who who drank the most coffee — regular or decaffeinated — have the least risk for prostate cancer, especially the deadliest forms of the disease, the 12-year study of almost 48,000 male health professionals found. But, wait! Almost exactly 30 years ago this same lab in a separate study concluded that...