Spontaneous remission in low-risk forms of prostate cancer

The issue of spontaneous remission of low-risk forms of prostate cancer came up yesterday during a meeting of Prostate Cancer International’s Active Surveillance Virtual Support Group (ASVSG). … READ MORE …

Ductal adenocarcimoma of the prostate is “rare” but aggressive

Pure ductal adenocarcinoma of the prostate (dPC) is thought to be found in just 0.4 to 0.8 percent of men who get diagnosed with prostate cancer each year. … READ MORE …

Agent Orange and prostate cancer-specific survival on ADT

A newly published article in this month’s Journal of Urology has suggested that being exposed to Agent Orange and getting prostate cancer comes with better overall survival data than if one gets prostate cancer some other way. … READ MORE …

PREDICT Prostate: a new, sophisticated, prostate cancer prognostic tool

A new paper just published in PLOS Medicine describes the development of a new online tool called PREDICT Prostate. … READ MORE …

PCF publishes updated patient handbook

The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) has just published the 2019 update to its Prostate Cancer Patient Guide, which is a very useful (and free) introduction to prostate cancer for patients and their caregivers. … READ MORE …

Risk for suicide among prostate cancer patients

An article just published in the journal Cancer states that — at least here in the USA — there was no significant increase in risk for suicide within the first year after diagnosis among men diagnosed with prostate cancer between 2000 and 2014 … READ MORE …

PCaI appoints new Medical Director

This morning, Prostate Cancer International (PCaI) announced the appointment of Michael B. Williams, MD, as its Medical Director and as a member of the Board of Directors of the foundation. … READ MORE …