Oncology Peer Review On-The-Go: Successful Diagnosis and Treatment of Occult Prostate Cancer Despite Multiple Negative Prostate Biopsies and Negative Prostate MRIs

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Judd W. Moul, MD, spoke with CancerNetwork® about the latest research from the journal ONCOLOGY® on the treatment of a patients with evidence of prostate cancer despite multiple negative prognostic tests.

This week, CancerNetwork® spoke with Judd W. Moul, MD, editorial board member for the journal ONCOLOGY® and James H. Semans, MD, Distinguished Professor of Urologic Surgery at Duke University School of Medicine, leads a discussion with medical student Kostantinos E. Morris, from Duke University School of Medicine, on research recently published in the journal ONCOLOGY®titled, ‘Successful Diagnosis and Treatment of Occult Prostate Cancer Despite Multiple Negative Prostate Biopsies and Negative Prostate MRIs.’

The manuscript was based on the case of a patient who presented to their clinic with elevated prostate-specific antigen (PSA) levels and multiple imaging tests that appeared to indicate an absence of malignancy. Their discussion includes why they continued to investigate the cause of the elevated PSA levels, how they overcame the patient’s hesitation for more testing, and the ultimate outcome of the case.

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