“Sexual bother” in advanced prostate cancer patients on androgen deprivation therapy

“Sexual bother” is a term used in the urology literature to refer to the side effects of all sorts of different treatments as they relate to everything from sexual desire to actual erectile and sexual function, the ability to ejaculate, etc. Frankly, it is not a term we like a lot because it encompasses such a vast range of sexually problematic issues. … READ MORE …

Radical prostatectomy: how much do YOU have to lose?

In a newly published paper in the Journal of Urology, researchers at the University of California, San Francisco have used data from CaPSURE to examine the relationship between age at surgery and quality of life pre- and post-surgery (for up to 2 years post-surgery). … READ MORE …