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Early Hormone Therapy In Men With A Rising PSA Live Longer Then Men Who Delay Therapy – A Phase 3 Trial

The standard of care is to offer androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) to men with prostate cancer who have a rising prostate specific antigen (PSA) after an attempt to cure their cancer with primary therapy that has failed (PSA relapse) or in men who are considered not suitable for curative treatment. The question is what is [...]

Analyzing the Analysis – Is Surgery Superior to Radiotherapy? No, Despite the Results from A Large Canadian Study

It is a little out of the normal scope of this blog, but a recent prostate cancer study from Canada has received a lot of buzz and needs some commentary and analysis. The study concluded that for men who are diagnosed with local prostate cancer (still confined in the gland) live longer if they have [...]