Jeffrey D. Forman, MD | Authors

Articles

Rising PSA After Local Therapy Failure: Immediate vs Deferred Treatment

July 01, 1999

Dr. Moul has done a wonderful job of outlining the scope and magnitude of the “phenomenon” of patients found to have a progressively rising prostate-specific antigen (PSA) level after potentially curative local treatment for prostate cancer. His

Does Pelvic Irradiation Play a Role in the Management of Prostate Cancer?

October 01, 1998

The optimal management of patients with lymph node-positive prostate cancer remains controversial. The role of pelvic irradiation in patients at high risk for nodal involvement continues to be debated. Studies of prostate

Therapeutic Radiation in Patients With a Rising Post-Prostatectomy PSA Level

January 01, 1998

The optimal management of patients with an elevated post-prostatectomy prostate-specific antigen (PSA) level remains to be determined. In the pre-PSA era, many patients received immediate adjuvant radiation therapy on