Some recent videos on the UroToday web site

One has to sign up to become a member of the UroToday web site, but there is no cost involved, and an attractive feature for prostate cancer patients is the regular, relatively brief, video-recorded interviews with experts on recent, specific issues. … READ MORE …

More video interviews from the APCCC in St. Gallen

Our friends at UroToday have just posted another four video interviews from the Advanced Prostate Cancer Consensus Conference at St. Gallen in Switzerland, some of which are likely to be of interest to some of our readers. … READ MORE …

Expert video-discussion on evolution in the management of late stage prostate cancer

Here is a link to a recent 20-minute video-discussion on the Medscape web site between an number of European experts on evolutions in the management of castration-resistant (and earlier forms of) prostate cancer. … READ MORE …

ProstateVideos.com web site gets face-lift and update

For those who prefer to listen to their prostate cancer updates (as opposed to those that are happy to read) the video-based web site known as ProstateVideos.com has just completed a major overhaul. … READ MORE …

YouTube as a source of prostate cancer information

Researchers at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in New Hampshire have analyzed the prostate cancer videos on YouTube for information content and the presence of bias. They conclude that, “although some videos are robust sources of information, given the preponderance of modest and unbalanced information among reviewed videos, YouTube is an inadequate source of prostate cancer information for patients.” … READ MORE …