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Al año se registran cerca de 3 mil muertes por este mal en el país, de acuerdo a Globocan Al año se registran cerca de 3 mil muertes por este mal en el país, de acuerdo a Globocan

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La Fundacion Dominicana de Cancer de Prostata e Incontinencia Urinaria y el Grupo Urus, con el apoyo de Radonic, realizaran un operativo de chequeo prostatLa Fundacion Dominicana de Cancer de Prostata e Incontinencia Urinaria y el Grupo Urus, con el apoyo de Radonic, realizaran un operativo de chequeo prostat

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“Breast and prostate cancer most common locally and nationally https://t.co/RfW4hVfhhZ”

Ken Ruinard on Twitter: "Breast and prostate cancer most common locally and nationally https://t.co/RfW4hVfhhZ"

“A new report says that dogs can sniff out prostate cancer with almost 98 percent accuracy. The report also finds that cats can sniff it out with 100 percent accuracy but they prefer to watch you die. RESCUE/ADOPT-DON’T SHOP! @rickygervais @SupportPets”

Michael Buffer on Twitter: "A new report says that dogs can sniff out prostate cancer with almost 98 percent accuracy. The report also finds that cats can sniff it out with 100 percent accuracy but they prefer to watch you die. RESCUE/ADOPT-DON’T SHOP! @rickygervais @SupportPets… https://t.co/54WcQVDcol"

“"Properly trained dogs can detect prostate cancer with better than 90% accuracy, and with sleek, tail-­wagging efficiency." https://t.co/LT1cMndflZ”

amber mac on Twitter: ""Properly trained dogs can detect prostate cancer with better than 90% accuracy, and with sleek, tail-­wagging efficiency." https://t.co/LT1cMndflZ"

“Puzzling new @Nature paper makes huge claim that brain precursor cells migrate all the way to the prostate and contribute to cancer there. I discuss the claims and why I'm skeptical here https://t.co/WIYZKOKyP3 #inmice #prostate #cancer”

Paul Knoepfler on Twitter: "Puzzling new @Nature paper makes huge claim that brain precursor cells migrate all the way to the prostate and contribute to cancer there. I discuss the claims and why I'm skeptical here https://t.co/WIYZKOKyP3 #inmice #prostate #cancer"