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Enzalutamide Prescribing Info Includes New Information

Enzalutamide (Xtandi) has a new, expanded FDA label. The new label conforms with the clinical trial (TERRAIN) results that Xtandi is a superior drug to Casodex (bicalutamide) for men with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer (CRPC). The updated product label shows enzalutamide reduces the risk of radiographic progression or death by 40% vs. bicalutamide. Median radiographic [...]

Increased Risks for Cardiovascular Events in Men with Prostate Cancer on GnRH Agonist Therapy

Traditional hormone therapy usually consists of two types of drugs; GnRH agonists (like Lupron and Zoladex) and antiandrogens (Casodex). Although they both are drugs that manipulate the hormone system their modes of action are different. GnRH agonists block the production of the male hormone testosterone while the antiandrogen drug blocks the ability of the prostate [...]

Coming Back to Continue the Blog and New Data Disclosed on Enzalutamide at the Plenary Session at the 2015 European Association of Urology Congress

Before I get into the meat of today’s post about enzalutamide, I want to briefly make some personal comments about my absence from this blog. As I had mentioned I have been diagnosed with a fifth primary cancer, appendiceal cancer. It is a rare cancer, which required my having to remove my appendix, a piece [...]

Additional Information on Patient Assistance Programs for Advanced Prostate Cancer

It has been brought to my attention that when I wrote the August 8, 2013 post on Pharma Sponsored Assistance Programs, I neglected to mention another excellent assistance program for men with advanced prostate cancer. The Chronic Disease Fund (CDF) has two funds that might be of specific interest to men with castrate resistant prostate [...]

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