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Opinion
Could Francis Collins's Prostate Cancer Story Deter Men From Active Surveillance?

Experts suggest his apparent situation is rare

Apr 17, 2024
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I Understand Why Defense Secretary Austin Kept His Prostate Cancer Quiet

But opening up can help reduce stigma and inform the public

Jan 18, 2024
 A photo of Lloyd Austin speaking at the Pentagon.
Prostate Cancer Is Not Just an 'Old Man's Disease'

Spreading this message can save lives

Sep 02, 2023
A computer rendering of prostate cancer.
Lumpers vs Splitters: Categorizing Prostate Cancer

Should very low-risk and low-risk be combined into one?

May 19, 2023
A computer rendering of prostate cancer.
If It Resembles Cancer but Doesn't Act Like Cancer, Is It Cancer?

Physicians must consider patient perspectives on the Gleason 6 debate

Feb 16, 2023
An illustration of a Gleason pattern scale.
Opinion
A Fork in the Road on My 'Cancer Journey'

Recent events reminded me that prostate cancer isn't my only cancer concern

Nov 07, 2022
A photo of a female radiologist sitting next to a senior man laying on the table of a CT scanner.
Opinion
A Light at the End of the Tunnel for Low-Risk Prostate Cancer?

The MUSIC model might improve quality of life and prevent overtreatment

Sep 02, 2022
The MUSIC logo over a computer rendering of a prostate gland.
Opinion
She Found Out She Had Prostate Cancer

Then Eve Gammill, a transgender woman, fully embraced her feminine identity

Jun 07, 2022
 A photo of Eve Gammill in March 2022
Opinion
Should We Use PSA to Find Active Surveillance Candidates?

Widespread testing can lead to overdiagnosis and overtreatment

Apr 03, 2022
A photo of a test tube of blood laying on a test form with the box next to PSA checked.
We've Never Really Understood the Prostate

Wolinsky reviews Ericka Johnson's new book, A Cultural Biography of the Prostate

Jan 19, 2022
A photo of Ericka Johnson, PhD and the cover of her book A Cultural Biography of the Prostate
One-Word Change in Prostate Cancer Guideline Has Some Urologists in Arms

NCCN removed "preferred" status for active surveillance in low-risk disease

Oct 04, 2021
The NCCN logo over a photo of a female physician talking to a male patient about the ultrasound image on her monitor
No More Men Need to Die From Transrectal Prostate Biopsies

A movement toward transperineal biopsies

Apr 21, 2021
A medical illustration of a transperineal biopsy
Is This Really Cancer?

Movement builds to classify Gleason 6 prostate lesions as nonmalignant

Jan 09, 2021
An illustration of dice over a Gleasonโ€™s pattern score graphic
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