Are PCSP cells one of the keys to risk for prostate cancer metastasis?

A newly published paper in the journal called The Prostate has described a type of previously unidentified cell that may indicate the presence of a more aggressive subtype of prostate cancer. … READ MORE …

Post-treatment pathology of the prostate after first-line HIFU

One of the unknown factors in the use of high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) for the first-line treatment of prostate cancer is the potential for high-quality, biochemical recurrence-free survival over time. Post-treatment histopathology may offer some insight into the likelihood of good outcomes. … READ MORE …

Prostate cancer in Jamaica: a 6-year review

It is generally believed that prostate cancer in Jamaica is of very high incidence, that it is often diagnosed when patients are older, and that patients tend to have high PSA levels at diagnosis, suggesting more advanced disease. … READ MORE …