Complementary and alternative medicines in management of prostate cancer

A newly published paper in the Journal of Urology has reported on the use of complementary and alternative medicines (CAMs) among a cohort of nearly 8,000 American patients with a diagnosis of prostate cancer between 1996 and 2016. … READ MORE …

Come to Virginia Beach in November to expand your minds

Prostate Cancer International will be holding its next prostate cancer patient meeting (“Prostate Cancer Today: Living Well; Choosing Wisely”) on Saturday, November 2, 2019, in Virginia Beach, near Norfolk, Virginia, USA. … READ MORE …

High-dose vitamin D: negative results from a randomized clinical trial

Data from a recently published, Canadian, clinical trial of high-dose vitamin D as a method to strengthen bones in healthy adults who do not have osteoporesis have had significant and unexpectedly negative results. … READ MORE …

The APCCC in Basel, Switzerland: Day 3

So today, the third day of the meeting, was “voting day” on a total of 123 questions carefully crafted by the organizers prior to the meeting. The questions had all gone through three cycles of review and revision prior to the meeting. … READ MORE …

The APCCC in Basel, Switzerland: Day 2

The second day of the APCCC here in Basel ran for 10 hours and encompassed a total of six sessions, as follows: … READ MORE …

The APCCC in Basel, Switzerland: Day 1

So in this series of reports on what happened at the 3rd Advanced Prostate Cancer Consensus Conference (APCCC) in Basel, Switzerland, we will not be trying to get into detail about exactly what data got presented each day. … READ MORE …

Adjuvant chemotherapy does NOT improve BDFS rates in men with intermediate- and high-risk prostate cancer

With the third Advanced Prostate Cancer Consensus Conference (APCCC) due to start here in Basel, Switzerland, this morning, there is an important new set of data that will help to inform some of the discussions. … READ MORE …