PROGRESS Study

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Volume 21, Fall 2014
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Whole-exome sequencing project update
ICPCG project
SNPs associated with risk of prostate cancer recurrence or progression
Chemotherapy for metastatic prostate cancer
Active surveillance
Health Status Updates


Volume 20, Summer 2013
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Whole-exome sequencing pilot study
The HOXB13 gene
Fried foods and prostate cancer risk
Coffee and tea intake and prostate cancer risk and outcomes
Health Status Updates


Volume 19, Summer 2011
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Next Generation Squencing Projects Underway
Whole-Exome Sequencing Pilot Project
Health Status Updates


Volume 18, Winter 2010
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Genome-wide SNP Linkage Scan and Focus on Chromosome 15
Co-occurrence of Other Cancers
Interest in Genetic Testing Update
PSA Screening and Prostate Cancer Mortality


Volume 17, Autumn 2008
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Co-Occurrence of Other Cancers
New Genome-wide SNP Linkage Scan
Second Follow-Up Survey Update
Clinical Trials of Abiraterone


Volume 16, Winter 2008
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Genome-Wide SNP Genotyping
Past and Present Analyses
Follow-Up Survey Update
Co-Occurrence of Other Cancers
Jewish families
BRCA2 Gene
ICPCG Re-Consenting Effort


Volume 15, Spring/Summer 2006
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Analyses of Clinical Features of Prostate Cancer
African American Recruitment-We Need More Families
Follow-Up Survey Update
Linkage Analyses Based on Other Cancers
Extension of Family Pedigrees-Enrollment of New Participants


Volume 14, Spring/Summer 2005
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Changes to the PROGRESS Team
Follow-up Survey Update
Past and Present Analysis
Prostate Cancer and Diet


Volume 13, Summer/Fall 2004
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New Findings Published from PROGRESS
Recently Published Results from PROGRESS
The Basics: A Refresher on Genetics
Other Genes and Loci
On the Move!


Volume 12, Summer/Fall 2003
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The Genome Scan Results Are In!
What Happens Now?
Follow-up Survey Update
International Group Plans Cooperative Meta-Analyses
Glossary of Genetic Terms


Volume 11, Summer 2002
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Coming Soon: the PROGRESS Follow-up Survey
Prostate Cancer and Other Cancers in the Family


Volume 10, Summer 2001
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A Brief History of PROGRESS
New Family Collection Effort Begins
The Next Step


Volume 9, Fall/Winter 2000
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Genomewide Scan
Ongoing Follow-Up
Stratified Analyses
Prostate Cancer
News Update


Volume 8, Spring/Summer 2000
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Genome Scan Results
Glossary of genetic terms
A Potential Prostate Cancer Gene on the X Chromosome
Preventing Prostate Cancer
Additional Family Information


Volume 7, Fall/Winter 1999
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Prostate Cancer Trends, 1973 - 1995
PROGRESS Data Update
Other Cancers Reported by Men in 283 PROGRESS Families


Volume 6, Spring/Summer 1999
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What Are We Finding?
New Funding for PROGRESS!
International Prostate Cancer Consortium


Volume 5, Fall/Winter 1998
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Locating other possible prostate cancer genes
Questions and answers about our findings


Volume 4, Spring/Summer 1998
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In the Laboratory
The 1998 Prostate Cancer Facts
PROGRESS Data


Volume 3, Fall/Winter 1997
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Prostate Cancer News
Future Contact


Volume 2, Spring/Summer 1997
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Prostate Cancer News
PROGRESS News
Family News and Family Trees


Volume 1, Fall/Winter 1996
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How much PROGRESS has been made?
What is done with the PROGRESS blood sample?
How is participant information kept confidential?
When will there be results from PROGRESS?
Who is asked to join PROGRESS?

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