“Prostate Cancer Today” — Dr. Frans Debruyne joins meeting faculty

This will be our last reminder that Prostate Cancer International is holding its second annual prostate cancer patient meeting (“Prostate Cancer Today: Living Well; Choosing Wisely”) on October 13, 2018, in Virginia Beach, near Norfolk, Virginia, USA. As of this morning we have > 170 advance registrants for this meeting. … READ MORE …

A prostate cancer book that is uniquely useful

There is a large number of books for patients that deal with a diagnosis and management of prostate cancer. However, there is a relatively small number of books that are really valuable for a large number of men (and their partners) who have to deal with a diagnosis of prostate cancer. Very few books on prostate cancer ever make it into a second edition. … READ MORE …

More on “living well” with prostate cancer

The second of our CureTalk discussions was held yesterday evening with Dr. Paul Schellhammer, Tony Crispino (the patient advocate for the Southwest Oncology Group (SWOG) Genitourinary Cancers section, and patient support group leader Paul Carpenter. … READ MORE …

Second CureTalk discussion on living well with prostate cancer

This evening at 6:00 pm Eastern time we shall be continuing our conversation with Dr. Paul Schellhammer regarding ways to encourage patients to be able to “live well” after a diagnosis of prostate cancer. Click here to get the detailed information and join the discussion. … READ MORE …

Yes folks, there is an New Yeara Claus!

Bill Martin is a long-time reader of this news service and a member of our social network. Some time ago, he wrote a rather “different” book about his rediscovery of himself as “a man” after treatment for prostate cancer.

Bill has let us know that, as his New Year’s gift to the planet, he is making that book and other information available free, on line, to potential readers. … READ MORE …

Living with late stage prostate cancer

There is a valuable video interview that was put on line a couple of days ago featuring Dr. William Oh of the Mount Sinai Hospital and Medical School in New York and Jan Manarite of the Prostate Cancer Research Institute. … READ MORE …