Download Updated 2019 Prostate Cancer Patient Guide

Prostate Cancer Foundation’s goal is always to deliver the most cutting-edge treatments and information to families dealing with prostate cancer. As such, they have committed to updating the patient guide to reflect the very latest research and discoveries for patients. 

This is the second round of updates for 2019. Changes include:

  • Updated information on active surveillance
  • Revised guidance on when to start discussions of screening with physician aligned with NCCN recommendations (age 40 for African Americans, age 45 for average-risk men)
  • Additional details on indications for, and side effects of, second-generation anti-androgen drugs, including late-breaking approval of darolutamide for non-metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer
  • Expanded section on treatment of metastatic hormone-sensitive prostate cancer
  • Information on commercially available genetic testing
  • Guidance on talking to your insurance company

Download an updated digital copy today and then be sure to provide feedback.

Updates on Clinical/Research Activities in Prostate Cancer at Stanford University

Dr. Andrei Iagaru, Professor of Radiology and Chief of the Division of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging at Stanford presented to our group about Nuclear Medicine at Stanford University and Updates on Clinical/Research Activities in Prostate Cancer on March 7, 2019.

Access the recording and presentation slides from the links below:

How to train your bladder

If you experience a frequent urge to urinate—perhaps due to having an enlarged prostate if you’re a man, having given birth if you’re a woman, or having an “overactive bladder”—there may be a practical do-it-yourself solution to the problem, referred to as bladder training. It’s worth a try before resorting to medication or surgical procedures.

Read more at berkeleywellness.com HERE