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Prostate Cancer

In this review we will outline an approach to sequencing new therapies for metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer (CRPC), with particular attention paid to the biology of CRPC.

Prostate Cancer

Researchers have identified a potential biomarker that may confer inherent resistance to enzalutamide for patients with castration-resistant prostate cancer.

In a recently published study, younger men who undergo a prostatectomy for their prostate cancer cut their relative risk of dying from prostate cancer by 55%, and those with intermediate-risk disease cut their relative risk of dying from prostate cancer by 62%.

In this interview we discuss the role of early treatment, active surveillance, and watchful waiting in patients with PSA-detected early-stage prostate cancer.

New data from the long-term SELECT trial shows that men given high-dose supplementation of both selenium and vitamin E had a higher risk of developing high-grade prostate cancer.

Patients treated with a newer, faster, and less expensive type of radiotherapy also have higher rates of urinary complications, according to a new study.

An international group of specialists propose a minimum age and PSA value to reduce overdiagnosis in prostate cancer screening.

An intense higher-dose radiotherapy regimen may be a better treatment option for men with localized prostate cancer, according to the 10-year results of the international phase III RT01 trial.

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