Cancer patient survey on diet, exercise, and weight management

The American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) has put together a brief research survey to learn more about patients’ experiences with cancer care. Specifically, ASCO is interested in patient’s perspectives on how things like diet, exercise, and weight management are incorporated into cancer care. … READ MORE …

Survey on imaging in the management of prostate cancer

Members of the Coalition for Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering Research (CIBR) are interested in patient perspectives  and experiences in relation to imaging in the diagnosis, work-up, and management of men with or suspected of having prostate cancer. … READ MORE …

Strategies to maintain sexual function post-treatment for prostate cancer

A research group at the University of Otago in New Zealand is continuing to investigate how men treated for prostate cancer deal with sexual dysfunction. We have helped them with this before and will continue to do so. … READ MORE …

Prostate cancer and starting new relationships

It is well understood that having a supportive partner has a positive impact on cancer survivorship. However, prostate cancer can pose specific problems to starting a new relationship for single men. … READ MORE …

Survey on how prostate cancer may affect sleep patterns

We know that cancer can affect the sleep patterns of many cancer patients. There is clear evidence that this can also occur among prostate cancer patients. With a single rather obvious exception, what is less clear is exactly why having prostate cancer may affect the sleep of prostate cancer patients. … READ MORE …

New survey on sexual distress and prostate cancer

A new survey being conducted by an experienced research team at the University of Calgary in Canada is seeking participants. … READ MORE …

A survey on “Understanding your prostate cancer experience”

Researchers at the University of Galway in Ireland have recently posted a short, anonymous, questionnaire on line related to psychological and emotional aspects of being diagnosed with and treated for prostate cancer. It took about 7 minutes to complete. … READ MORE …