Imaging advanced prostate cancer

Rationale for Modernising Imaging in Advanced Prostate Cancer

European Urology has published a paper, “Rationale for Modernizing Imaging in Advanced Prostate Cancer”. To effectively manage patients with advanced prostate cancer (APC), it is essential to have accurate, reproducible, and validated methods for detecting and quantifying the burden of bone and soft tissue metastases and for assessing their response to therapy. Current standard of…

Race Affects Switch From Prostate Cancer Observation to Active Therapy

Black men with low-risk prostate cancer (PCa) are slightly more likely than their white counterparts to switch to active treatment after initial observational management, independent of baseline and follow-up clinical measures, according to a new study. The study also confirmed previously identified clinical triggers of initiating active treatment, and these factors did not vary by…