What do urologists think about using MRI in prostate cancer diagnosis and management today?

Staff at the Urologic Oncology Branch of the National Cancer Institute have just published the results of a survey evaluating current knowledge of (some) specialist urologists and urologic oncologists about the roles of MRI scanning in the diagnosis of prostate cancer and how they are integrating the use of MRI scanning and MR-guided biopsies into their clinical practice. … READ MORE …

91 percent of Swedish men diagnosed with very low-risk prostate cancer now start on active surveillance

According to a new paper, just published in JAMA Oncology, the vast majority of Swedish men diagnosed with very low- and low-risk prostate cancer are now being initially managed on active surveillance. … READ MORE …

Uptake of robot-assisted radical prostatectomy in the Netherlands

There is an interesting article just published in Social Science & Medicine that addresses the social, “emotive”, and other drivers for uptake of da Vinci robot-assisted radical prostatectomy over the past few years in the Netherlands. … READ MORE …