How good are good “trifecta” data after surgery?

One of the constant questions that arises in the management of prostate cancer is just how many patients actually achieve the full “trifecta” (freedom from biochemical progression, pad-free continence, and good erectile function) after surgical treatment for localized disease. … READ MORE …

Reporting quality of outcomes after first-line RP for localized prostate cancer

A new article has stimulated an important and public discussion about how to report the quality of outcomes of patients who receive a radical prostatectomy (RP) — and therefore how to communicate the probabilities of specific outcomes of a certain quality to new patients considering radical prostatectomy as a first-line treatment option. … READ MORE