Katsuto Shinohara

Vivian Weinberg2
June M. Chan2
Christopher Haqq1
Scot Federman1
2Vivian Weinberg
2June M. Chan
1Christopher Haqq
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BACKGROUND Nutritional factors are associated with reduced risk of prostate cancer progression, yet mechanisms remain unclear. We examined the effects of lycopene and fish oil supplements versus placebo on the normal prostate microenvironment, among men pursuing active surveillance for low-burden prostate cancer. We hypothesized that lycopene or fish oil(More)
PURPOSE To find permanent prostate implant (PPI) pre-plan dosimetric parameters that predict post-implant D90 ≥ 140 Gy. MATERIAL AND METHODS Pre-plans were evaluated for 504 patients undergoing PPI with (125)I seeds for low or intermediate risk prostate cancer. Baseline patient and disease factors, numbers of seeds, ratios of number of seeds to available(More)
Vigorous physical activity after diagnosis of localized prostate cancer may reduce the risk of disease progression and prostate cancer-specific mortality. The molecular mechanisms by which physical activity may exert protective effects in the prostate remain unknown. We examined the associations between self-reported physical activity and gene expression(More)
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