Restore – a clinical trial for MsM with prostate cancer

The Restore study is a new, NIH/NCI-funded, clinical trial designed to explore what will help gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (collectively, MsM) to recover urinary, sexual, and erectile function after treatment for prostate cancer. … READ MORE …

Patients’ sexual orientation and communication with healthcare providers

The ability and willingness of physicians to discuss issues related to sex, sexual function, and specific sexual activities with their patients (and their partners) before or after prostate cancer treatment is notoriously not seen to be high by most prostate cancer patients (although there are exceptions to that general rule). … READ MORE …

Prostate cancer treatment outcomes among gay men

A poster presentation given on Sunday at the AUA annual meeting (and an associated media briefing) strongly suggested that gay males diagnosed with prostate cancer tend to have less good clinical outcomes than straight males. … READ MORE …