On active and proactive surveillance

Once upon a time (and not so long ago) newly diagnosed men with some types of prostate cancer used to think your sitemaster was out of his tiny mind when he would suggest to them that they might be wise to just monitor their situation rather than rush into treatment. … READ MORE …

National Proactive Surveillance Network goes live in Baltimore and Los Angeles

As reported previously, in May 2010, the Prostate Cancer Foundation, in association with Johns Hopkins and the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center announced their intention to develop a national initiative to track the management of men with prostate cancer using active monitoring  (“active surveillance”) as opposed to invasive treatment. … READ MORE …