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The recent news that a group of highly respected medical experts, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, is considering advising against routine prostate cancer screening shouldn't have come as too much of a surprise to anybody.

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If you're a woman contemplating surgery on your female parts, you'll find plenty of ladies chatting and blogging away about their experiences, often on websites adorned with pink ribbons.

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Each spring brings major medical meetings from the likes of the American Association for Cancer Research, the American Urological Association and the American Society for Clinical Oncology, to name a few.

Let men decide on prostate screening, cancer society saysupdated: Wed Mar 03 2010 12:47:00

Most men 50 and older should seriously consider the potential risks of treatment before deciding whether to be screened for prostate cancer, the American Cancer Society said Wednesday in revised guidelines.

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As 3D images illuminate the viewfinder, a joystick delicately maneuvers a pair of robotic arms. It may sound like a video game, but Dr. Nikhil Shah is actually performing cancer surgery.

Surgery performed by robotupdated: Tue Aug 05 2008 12:26:00

A high-tech procedure is giving men with prostate cancer a minimally invasive treatment option. CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta reports.

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Johnson & Johnson unveiled data for a potential treatment for male sexual dysfunction, though an analyst downplayed the effectiveness of the drug.

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