Good news and less good news for OPKO Diagnostics

So first the “less good” news … READ MORE …

PCaI patient education conference: March 2, Ft. Myers, FL

Prostate Cancer International (PCaI) is excited to be holding its next patient education / information conference in Fort Myers, FL, on March 2, 2019, from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. For complete details of the meeting agenda, the speakers, how to register, and other facts, please click here. … READ MORE …

PCF publishes updated patient handbook

The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) has just published the 2019 update to its Prostate Cancer Patient Guide, which is a very useful (and free) introduction to prostate cancer for patients and their caregivers. … READ MORE …

Diet, diagnosis, AS, and the management of lower-risk forms of prostate cancer

Over the years there has been a great deal of speculation (and a very small amount of data) suggesting that men who get diagnosed with relatively low-risk forms of prostate cancer may be able to delay progression of their disease by eating the right diet. … READ MORE …

Prognosis of patient progression and outcomes on active surveillance

The prostate cancer research team led by Dr. Peter Pinto at the National Cancer Institute has just published some interesting new information on risk for disease progression in men on active surveillance. … READ MORE …

Chris Haiman is looking for 10,000 black men (with prostate cancer)!

The RESPOND study, which was initiated in July last year, appears to be the largest-ever study of risk factors for prostate cancer among the African American community, and probably among Black men worldwide. … READ MORE …

Picking the right men for initial management on AS

At the recently completed Canadian Uro-oncology Summit in Toronto, Dr. Laurence Klotz gave a very thorough update on active surveillance (AS) and its application in the management of lower-risk forms of localized prostate cancer. … READ MORE …