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Ovarian and prostate cancer a deadly diseases killing tens of thousands a year and doctors -- spreading the message of early detection.
When possible can save lives.
Do we detect it cumulative -- he states how we treat it you never come back doctor Gilmore is an ovarian cancer researcher at Yale University.
One of the hardest cancers to detect early ovarian cancer strikes some 22000 people a year and about 161000.
Die from the disease.
Once symptoms appear the disease -- usually reached an advanced stage we need to -- with his new concept.
Nobody can send.
Is not what we thought for more than a hundred years doctor Moore says current screening isn't beneficial for most women.
His groundbreaking research is discovering that cancer may actually start outside the ovaries knowing this will change how we screen.
That treatment for -- -- -- In the next and didn't in the future.
-- -- -- be -- of strokes that includes chemotherapy.
That is scaling the book called the Q more.
But also -- specific treatments that we've killed.
Date -- that -- the mother's cells they were we called the key tomorrow priciest himself.
It's another silent killer is prostate cancer.
Affecting over 200000.
Men in the US every year and killing over 30000.
Usually without symptoms.
Doctors have been screening tools a simple blood test known as the PSA and the prostate examination.
But this year the US preventive services task force has called the PSA into question.
Saying that it leads to too many biopsies unnecessarily.
And too -- surgery.
Not all doctors agree.
We are catching them earlier we're treating them more effectively.
As a result we've seen a reduction in about 40% in -- Doctor David somebody is a world expert in robotic prostate cancer surgery at mount Sinai hospital in New York City.
-- doctor somebody has developed his own technique for using the robot's arms to pinpoint the prostate and remove the cancer.
He -- September critical month for men and warns that he -- prostate cancer showing up in -- as early as their forties.
African Americans need to be really aware of this three to one ratio.
If you have family history -- the first generation has prostate -- your risk for those -- and I would get a baseline PSA at the age of forty.
And then once a year I would follow them if you don't have high risk that I would start at the age of 45.
In New York City doctor Stegall Fox News.
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