ASCO 2014 – Exercise Cuts Cytokines in Prostate Cancer

Research released at the ASCO meeting in Chicago confirms that regular exercise is a must for men with advanced prostate cancer.  It was found that a regular and  structured physical exercise program reduces cytokine production which is related to depression and  to the inflammatory processes.  According to the researchers these factors may impact prostate cancer [...]

Inflammation Negatively Impacts Overall Survival of Men with Advanced Prostate Cancer

The commonly used serum (blood) marker for inflammation is C-reactive protein (CRP).  It is believed that CRP has a prognostic impact for men with metastatic prostate cancer (MPC) (advanced prostate cancer). The researchers conducted a meta-analysis to quantitate its prognostic impact. They conducted asystematic review to identify publications and presentations exploring the association of baseline [...]

By |2014-02-27T15:47:47-05:00February 27th, 2014|Advanced Prostate Cancer, Diet, General Information, inflammation,