Life, behavior, and prostate cancer risk: should you be shedding a few pounds?

The capacity of the average male human to do things that are probably not very good for his health (and to not do things that probably would be good for his health) is considerable. At the most basic level, for example, most of us here in the US don’t eat very wisely and don’t take anything like enough exercise. … READ MORE …

Focal therapy of just the index or primary lesion

A newly published paper in European Urology has provided us with data from one of the earliest, well-documented series of patients undergoing focal therapy of the index lesion from what is known to have been multifocal prostate cancer. … READ MORE …

Can the “bone scan index” act as a surrogate marker for survival?

One of the problems with clinical trials for late-stage prostate cancer today is that we commonly need to follow all patients until death before we can collect sufficiently accurate data to be certain that a particular product is or is not effective in extending patient survival. … READ MORE …

A new 10-year mortality estimator — and its potential utility

As we age, and have to consider the risks and benefits of all sorts of health-related issues, it is often both helpful and important to have a clear and reasonable idea of how long we might expect to live. … READ MORE …

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