Issue 199...July/August 2009....18th Year
- THIS MONTH's TOPICS
- More evidence - Vitamin B6 reduces risk of colon cancer
- Selenium, folic acid and colorectal cancer
- Animal fat or protein intake and risk of colorectal cancer
- Blood pressure medication for all?
- FDA declares Cheerios a new drug!
- Predicting risk of dementia in older adults
- High carb vs. high fat diets for type 2 diabetics
- Vitamin K and progression of coronary calcium
- Alcohol and pancreatic cancer
- Obesity results mostly from overeating
- BOOK REVIEWS
Reviewed by William R. Ware, PhD
- Slow Death by Rubber Duck by Rick Smith and Bruce Lourie
- Gut and Psychology Syndrome by Natasha Campbell-McBride, MD
- Fruitless Fall by Rowan Jakobsen
- Worried Sick by Nortin M. Hadler, MD
- Catching Fire: How Cooking Made Us Human by Richard Wrangham
- THE PROSTATE MONITOR
- Does MRI have a role in prostate cancer diagnosis?
- Possible reasons for failure of the SELECT trial of vitamin E and selenium
- Chemotherapy for prostate cancer
- Interpreting elevated PSA
- Which is better - Surgery or radiation for treating prostate cancer?
- Is radical prostatectomy indicated for high risk patients?
- Should intermittent hormone therapy be standard of care for advanced prostate cancer?
- Salvage hormone therapy for biochemical recurrence after prostate surgery
- Impact of the metabolic syndrome on development of prostate cancer
- Clinical predictors of insignificant prostate cancer
- THE AFIB REPORT