Thanks for the vote of confidence (someone)

We are pleased to be able to announce that someone has nominated The “New” Prostate Cancer InfoLink as a candidate for Healthline’s Annual Best Health Blog Contest! … READ MORE …

The safety of treatment with statins (whether you have prostate cancer or not)

In a commentary a couple of days ago we noted some diversity among medical opinion leaders about the safety of treatment with statins. … READ MORE …

Are advocacy organizations influenced by funding from pharmaceutical companies?

A new commentary posted today on the Medscape web site addresses financial support for the activities of patient advocacy organizations by biopharmaceutical companies. … READ MORE …

Management of men with bone metastasis over time

A new review article in issue 2 of Everyday Urology addresses the topic of bone mets, quality of life, and related factors in the management of advanced and metastatic prostate cancer over time. … READ MORE …

Early chemotherapy in treatment of high-risk and aggressive prostate cancers?

So the results from the CHAARTED and STAMPEDE trials over the past few years have re-ignited debate over the appropriateness of early use of chemotherapy in the treatment of aggressive forms of prostate cancer. … READ MORE …

The cost and the effectiveness of genomic testing for prostate cancer risk

As regular readers will be well aware, there are now several different tests available that can be used to assess risk for low- and very low-risk forms of prostate cancer at time of diagnosis (as opposed to clinically significant forms that need early treatment). … READ MORE …

So drinking cranberry juice can lower your PSA level, but what does that mean?

As we have noted numerous times before, there are all sorts of things that can be done to lower one’s PSA level, but knowing whether these effects are clinically meaningful is a very different issue. … READ MORE …