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Advanced Prostate Cancer Patients Do Not Benefit from Reolysin, Taxotere Combo, Trial Shows

Patients with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer do not benefit from the addition of Reolysin (pelareorep) to Taxotere (docetaxel), according to recent data... Read More

IsoPSA Test Better Than PSA Test at Detecting Prostate Cancer, Clinical Trial Shows

Cleveland Diagnostics‘ IsoPSA prostate cancer test is significantly better than a standard PSA test at identifying those with prostate cancer and those... Read More

Blocking Aggressive Prostate Cancer’s Fat-Burning Mechanism Overcomes Disease’s Resistance to Xtandi

A major problem treating an aggressive form of prostate cancer is that it develops resistance to the androgen therapies used... Read More

New Imaging Agent Shown to Detect Aggressive Prostate Cancer in Mouse Study

A new imaging agent appears capable of distinguishing aggressive from benign prostate cancer, potentially helping doctors select with better precision... Read More

SBRT Shows Favorable Long-Term Outcomes and Low Severe Toxicity in Studies

Stereotactic body radiotherapy (SBRT) has shown good long-term outcomes and low rates of severe toxicity, making it a valid treatment... Read More

3 Professional Societies Issue Joint Guidelines for Prostate Cancer Care

Three professional societies — the American Urological Association, the American Society for Radiation Oncology and the Society of Urologic Oncology — have issued a... Read More

New Michigan Guidelines Do Better Job of Detecting Spread of Prostate Cancer

New guidelines are helping Michigan urologists decide which prostate cancer patients should have computed tomography (CT) scans to see if... Read More

Physicians Can Be Trained to Interpret Axumin PET Images of Recurrent Prostate Cancer, Study Finds

A study supported by Blue Earth Diagnostics showed that physicians can be trained to successfully interpret Axumin PET scan images... Read More

Prostate Cancer Patients Treated with Radioactive Seeds Retain Urinary, Bowel Quality

Prostate cancer patients treated with Cesium-131 brachytherapy maintained their urinary- and bowel-related quality of life years afterward, according to a... Read More

Gene Editing Improves Prostate Cancer Survival, Study in Mice Shows

A new therapy targeting genomic rearrangements, such as fused genes that promote tumor development, significantly improved survival in mice with... Read More

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