Contemporary questions about the initial treatment of advanced forms of prostate cancer

So the discussion about how to use the data from the CHAARTED, STAMPEDE, and LATITUDE trials in the initial treatment of men with node-positive and metastatic hormone-sensitive and castration-resistant prostate cancer continues to be an issue of intense discussion among urologic and medical oncologists. … READ MORE …

Update on STAMPEDE data on abiraterone + ADT in M0 patients with HSPC

Three months ago, James et al. presented the overall survival data from the most recently completed arm of the STAMPEDE trial at the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO). … READ MORE …

Chaarting direction after stampeding along the relevant latitude

So about 3 years after the initial report of the results from the CHAARTED trial, 2 years after the initial report from the ADT + docetaxel arm of the STAMPEDE trial, and 3 months after the reports and publication of data from the LATITUDE trial and the ADT + abiraterone arm of the STAMPEDE trial, … READ MORE …

Should you be adding abiraterone acetate to your ADT? — Part II

So one of the benefits of being at the annual ASCO meeting is that you get to talk to lots of medical oncologists who specialize in treating prostate cancer — if you are patient and polite. … READ MORE …

STAMPEDE group to present abiraterone survival data at ASCO too

We have just heard from the STAMPEDE trial group in the UK that they will be presenting overall survival data from the “abiraterone comparison” arm of the STAMPEDE trial at the upcoming ASCO meeting this year. … READ MORE …

Unexpected and perhaps intriguing data from the STAMPEDE trial

In a poster presentation to be given at the upcoming Genitourinary Cancers Symposium in San Francisco later this week, data from the STAMPEDE trial in the UK appear to have demonstrated a result that few people seem to have expected. … READ MORE …

Full data on ADT + chemotherapy from the STAMPEDE trial now published

Back in May 2015, James et al. reported on the survival benefits associated with androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) + docetaxel-based chemotherapy compared to ADT alone as first-line therapy for treatment-naive men initially diagnosed with metastatic prostate cancer. … READ MORE …