Tag Archive: metastatic

Old Saying About Prostate Cancer Not True When It’s Metastatic

Nearly 80% of men with metastatic prostate cancer died from their malignancy, according to a retrospective cohort study involving 26,000-plus American men... Read More

A Mother’s Day Wish: Generation ZERO

I am a mother of one girl and three boys. Paige, Preston, Payton, and Parker.  My oldest recently asked me,... Read More

Breaking the Unwritten Rule

There’s an unwritten rule in the Hispanic/Latin community to not talk about “it”. Whether it’s a general illness, preventative care,... Read More

A Retrospective Observational Analysis of Overall Survival with Sipuleucel-T in Medicare Beneficiaries Treated for Advanced Prostate Cancer

Since sipuleucel-T approval in 2010, the treatment landscape for metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer (mCRPC) now includes the androgen-receptor signaling pathway... Read More

“The C Word” Facing the Reality of Cancer

I have survived the diagnosis of cancer! I have survived recurrence of cancer. I have survived the many side effects... Read More