prostate cancer

Prostate MRI-Bx may ID partial gland ablation candidatesInformation from magnetic resonance imaging and systematic biopsy may be used to identify candidates for partial gland ablation among men with recurrent localized prostate cancer after radiation therapy, researchers from Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center reported at the AUA annual meeting in Boston.
Fusion Bx-guided HIFU shows promise in localized PCaEarly follow-up of men with localized prostate cancer treated with novel technology that integrates fusion biopsy findings to guide high-intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU [Focal One]) shows the technique has promise for minimizing post-treatment morbidity while providing good cancer control, Italian researchers reported at the AUA annual meeting in Boston.
Model unable to identify focal therapy candidatesThe development of a model for identifying prostate cancer patients who may be appropriate candidates for hemi-ablative focal therapy remains a work in progress for researchers at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
Men must be entitled to PCa screening, treatment choiceThe following letter was sent to Urology Times in response to a previously published letter to the editor, "Dear USPSTF: Don't discount value of PSA in men 70+."
Uro Pipeline: Supplemental application submitted for advanced RCC treatmentOther pipeline developments include an agent to control pain in IC/BPS patients, an antibody to treat prostate and bladder cancer, an injectable OAB treatment, and more.
Side effects of modern PCa treatments comparedDespite technological advances in treatment for localized prostate cancer, men continue to experience clinically meaningful side effects that affect quality of life, according to an examination of data from a prospective population-based cohort study.
Life vs. quality of life: A delicate balance
How prostate cancer genetics will change front-line careIn this interview, Leonard G. Gomella, MD, provides an update on prostate cancer genetics, discusses the recent Prostate Cancer International Consensus Conference, and outlines why urologists should conduct more extensive family histories of their prostate cancer patients.
New products: Holmium laser increases stone ablation volumeOther products discussed include cancer tests, an app to connect patients with specialists, a revenue management system, and more
Higher reclassification rate seen with saturation biopsyTransrectal saturation biopsy resulted in higher rates of disease reclassification compared with magnetic resonance (MR) fusion biopsy plus extended sextant prostate biopsy in patients with low-risk prostate cancer on active surveillance.