Peripheral pain after treatment for prostate cancer

Every so often (but not frequently) we come across patients who complain of various types of peripheral pain after treatment for their prostate cancer, and we have never previously had a good or specific possible explanation of why such pain might occur. … READ MORE …

Prostate cancer “grows new nerves”

A press release from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston has announced that prostate cancer is associated with the development of new nerves, and that in fact the growth of such new nerves and axons may be particularly associated with aggressive forms of prostate cancer. … READ MORE …