Sexual function after prostate cancer treatment in the MSM community

There is a significant knowledge gap concerning sexual function for prostate cancer patients in the men who have sex with men (MSM) community, because all of the existing assessment tools are designed for the heterosexual population. … READ MORE …

Research survey on male sexuality and prostate cancer

A team of researchers at the University of Calgary in Canada is seeking men with a history of prostate cancer willing to complete a survey related to men’s sexuality. … READ MORE …

Results of the PCaI prostate cancer patient “value” survey

Earlier this year, in late May and early June, Prostate Cancer International (PCaI) conducted what we have described as a very primitive pilot survey on prostate cancer patients’ perceptions of “value” in the management of this disease. … READ MORE …

Nearly 600 responses already to “value” survey in management of prostate cancer

We have already received just under 600 responses to this survey in the first 2 weeks, but the survey will be accessible for a few more days before we take it down and start to analyze the data. … READ MORE …

Survey about use of online support networks for prostate cancer patients

Researchers at George Mason University (GMU) in Fairfax, Virginia, USA are conducting a study to learn more about men’s use and perceptions of online prostate cancer support networks as well as men’s experiences with prostate cancer. We encourage readers to participate in this survey. … READ MORE …

Participate in research survey on cancer and quality of life

Dr. Michael Hoerger and study research assistants at Tulane University are seeking cancer patients willing to complete a brief online survey related to cancer care and quality of life. … READ MORE …

Preliminary data from SWOG/CRAB survey on patient/survivor needs

Last October we were able to assist the Southwest Oncology Group (SWOG) and Cancer Research and Biostatistics (CRAB) by asking readers to participate in an online survey dealing with the needs of patients (“survivors”) in providing follow-up cancer information after initial treatment for their cancer. The early results are in. … READ MORE …