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February 08, 2017

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Every day I receive newsletters about the prostate and prostate health.

I want to start sharing some of the ones that may help you get insight into your prostate condition.

So I will keep them short and let you decide if you want to read more...

MRI scans are sparing men painful prostate cancer investigations

A British study of nearly 600 men, published in The Lancet medical journal on Friday, found using an MRI scan for men with symptoms of prostate cancer or a high PSA test could prevent one in four men from having an unnecessary biopsy – a test which can cause serious, and in rare cases, life-threatening infections when done through the rectum. MRI Guardian Article

An MRI Could Help a Quarter of Men Avoid Prostate Biopsies

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Bald men are three times as likely to get prostate cancer, Canadian study finds

A new study from the University of Toronto finds that baldness in men has a strong correlation with the risk of developing prostate cancer.

The most common cancer for men in Canada, studies have already determined a few known risk factors for prostate cancer including advancing age, family history and certain genetic markers. But the connection between male pattern baldness and prostate cancer is a more recent finding, with researchers attributing the link to high testosterone levels.

Read more here baldness

However I would take this study with a high dose of grains of salt...

Just because there is a correlation does not mean there is a causal factor.

Your diet, lifestyle and family history are crucial in this area. But I do recommend that men pay much more attention to their diet.

Rezūm Water Therapy for BPH

"The Rezūm treatment for BPH, or an enlarged prostate, is the first of its kind. Using water vapor therapy, this minimally invasive procedure has shown to significantly reduce the symptoms of BPH", according to their website.

I cannot comment further as there is little history to go on. It may be useful for early stage BPH, but for more advanced and difficult cases it may not do the trick.

If you do try it, please let us know how it went. Rezum Water Therapy

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That's it for now. I hope that your prostate health is constantly improving. If you have any questions, just drop me a line.

All the best to you,


Ron Bazar
Author of Healthy Prostate and

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