Prostate Cancer Detection Using Urine Glycoproteins

Prostate Cancer Detection Using Urine Glycoproteins Overview In a recent study, researchers investigated the potential of using pre-digital rectal examination (DRE) urine specimens to detect aggressive prostate cancer (AG-PCa) by comparing glycoproteins found in pre- and post-DRE urine samples. The study involved 154 pre-DRE urine specimens from individuals with no cancer at

Cancer Care: Gender Bias In Decision-Making

Cancer Care: Gender Bias In Decision-Making Overview In the realm of cancer care, the integration and execution of shared decision-making within clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) and consensus statements could potentially exhibit gender-based disparities. This study aimed to meticulously analyze recommendations pertaining to shared decision-making within CPGs and consensus statements, specifically focusing on

Renal Transplant Risks With Prostate Cancer

Renal Transplant Risks With Prostate Cancer Overview Renal transplant candidates are recommended to undergo a systematic screening for prostate cancer at the time of listing. It is a growing concern that low-risk prostate cancer diagnosis may lead to reduced access to renal transplant services without any significant oncological benefit. The aim of this

Sexual Dysfunction in Prostate Cancer Treatments: Survey Results

Study Results: The Effects of Sexual Dysfunction in Prostate Cancer Patients Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in males, with more than 57,000 new cases each year. It accounts for around 26% of all male cancer cases. About one in six individuals with prostate cancer has advanced disease progression. Treatment of

Prostate Cancer Detection Using Urine Glycoproteins