prostate cancer

RRP plus castration linked to improved survival“We believe that aggressive loco-regional resection may be worth considering in well-selected patients as a part of a multimodal approach in the management of men with node-positive prostate cancer,” says study author Bimal Bhindi, MD.
Online information linked to PCa treatment regret
Online information linked to PCa treatment regretMen who use the Internet as their primary source for prostate cancer treatment decision-making are more likely to regret those decisions a year after treatment than those whose primary sources of information are radiation oncologists or urologists.
Most men prefer informed decision-making for PCaParticipants in an outreach event for prostate cancer screening preferred education about prostate cancer prior to undergoing screening, and thought the use of an informed decision-making model was beneficial, researchers reported at the Genitourinary Cancers Symposium in Orlando, FL.
What’s new in prostate Ca tests: Markers, imagingIn this article, urologists Scott E. Eggener, MD, and Stacy Loeb, MD, MSc, discuss the current applications for prostate cancer biomarkers and MRI, their impact on clinical practice, and future developments.
Immunotherapy for GU Ca: A primer for urologistsThis article discusses the current status and potential future developments in immunotherapy for genitourinary malignancies with insights from urologic oncology specialists Hyung L. Kim, MD, and Daniel P. Petrylak, MD.
Guidelines update: Bladder, kidney, prostate cancerThis article highlights the key points of two urologic cancer guidelines (which provide evidence-based guidance) and two consensus statements (which provide consensus recommendations by a multidisciplinary panel of experts) that have been published in the past year.
How to estimate life expectancy in men with localized prostate CaWhile no resource is perfect, it is worthwhile to familiarize yourself with some contemporary methodology and predictive tools to help determine life expectancy in localized prostate cancer patients.
18F-choline PET/CT detects PCa recurrences early Three out of four patients with prostate cancer with an 18F-choline positron emission tomography/computed tomography–detected recurrence were potentially salvageable with local therapy or metastasis-directed therapy (MDT), according to results of the screening phase of the phase II STOMP randomized trial.
Uro Pipeline: FDA accepts two supplemental applications for mUC agentOther pipeline developments include efficacy results for a bladder and prostate cancer drug, an infertility tool to predict sperm quality, the initiation of an immunotherapy combination for mUC, and more.
Prostate Ca focal therapy’s value awaits high-quality dataIn the arena of focal therapy for prostate cancer, standardization of management will be a key component of quality data going forward, says Scott Eggener, MD.