Prostate cancer research versus breast cancer research

Please refresh the page and retry. P rostate cancer has overtaken breast cancer to become the third deadliest type of the disease in Britain, new research has found. For the first time, figures show that more men are dying from prostate cancer than women from breast cancer, amid warnings from charities and health campaigners that more investment is needed. The research, published today by Prostate Cancer UK, reveals that 11, men died of prostate cancer in , the equivalent of one every 45 minutes, compared with 11, women who died of breast cancer.
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Aggressive prostate cancer and hereditary breast cancer

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Why Prostate Cancer Research Funding is so Low and Breast Cancer Funding Isn't | Fatherly

Aggressive prostate cancer, one of the leading causes of cancer deaths in men, is associated with BRCA2 mutations, which are also linked to hereditary breast cancer, ovarian cancer and pancreas cancer, among others. It reveals that family members of patients with prostate cancer who carry BRCA2 and DNA-repair gene mutations have an increased risk of developing cancer and should be evaluated in familial cancer prevention programmes. Furthermore, the new study shows that prostate cancer in men with BRCA2 mutations is associated with worse outcomes and poor responses to standard treatments. Researchers are currently assessing the benefits of ovarian and breast cancer therapies for prostate cancer patients.
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Cancer Funding: Does It Add Up?

Prostate cancer is the third leading cause of cancer death in the United States, and nearly 10, men in the United States are diagnosed with testicular cancer each year. Why, given that more people may die of prostate cancer than breast cancer, is this the case? Still, the relative investments in breast cancer and prostate cancer research funding are not remotely consistent. Jim C.
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Prostate cancer incidence rates European age-standardised AS rates are significantly higher than the UK average in Wales, significantly lower than the UK average in Scotland, and similar to the UK average in all other UK constituent countries. For prostate cancer, there are few established risk factors therefore differences between countries largely reflect differences in diagnosis and data recording. Prostate cancer mortality statistics by sex and UK country.
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