ADT-RT Results in Improved Outcomes for Locally Advanced PCa

ADT-RT Results in Improved Outcomes for Locally Advanced PCa

Recently published studies provide additional evidence supporting the use of combination treatment with androgen deprivation and radiation in patients with locally advanced...

Surgery Better for High-Risk Prostate Cancer

Surgery Better for High-Risk Prostate Cancer

Radical prostatectomy is associated with better biochemical recurrence (BCR)-free survival compared with radiotherapy among men with high-risk prostate cancer (PCa), according...

Prostate Cancer Outcomes Improve With Tailored Post-RP Treatment

Prostate Cancer Outcomes Improve With Tailored Post-RP Treatment

Selected patients at elevated risk for biochemical recurrence of prostate cancer (PCa) following radical prostatectomy (RP) may benefit from tailored postoperative management...

Adjuvant RT Plus ADT Beneficial in Selected Prostate Cancer Cases

Adjuvant RT Plus ADT Beneficial in Selected Prostate Cancer Cases

Researchers have identified subgroups of patients with node-positive prostate cancer (PCa) who might benefit from adjuvant radiotherapy in addition to androgen-deprivation...

Surgery + Radiation for Advanced PCa Offers Better Survival

Surgery + Radiation for Advanced PCa Offers Better Survival

Primary treatment of locally or regionally advanced prostate cancer (PCa) with radical prostatectomy and adjuvant radiotherapy is associated with a lower risk of cancer-specific...

Ensure success with colonoscopy prep

Ensure success with colonoscopy prep

Ensure success with colonoscopy prep March 2014 : Ensure success with colonoscopy prep Ensure success with colonoscopy prep If the prep isn’t done right, the danger is the...

Coffee Links to Longer Life

Coffee Links to Longer Life

For cancer prevention, AICR research shows that regular coffee drinking is one way to lower risk of liver and endometrial cancers. Now two large studies suggest that coffee...

Pain, poverty and poor survival: oesophageal cancer in Kenya

Pain, poverty and poor survival: oesophageal cancer in Kenya

Pain, poverty and poor survival: oesophageal cancer in Kenya 1Pain, poverty and poor survival: oesophageal cancer in Kenya 2Getting involved Pain, poverty and poor survival:...

Looking to the Future

Looking to the Future

​In this section you will learn: This is an incredibly exciting era for cancer research. Approval of novel therapeutics, coupled with an increasing public awareness of cancer...

Working with NCI Divisions, Offices and Centers to Advance Global Cancer Research

Working with NCI Divisions, Offices and Centers to Advance Global Cancer Research

According to recently released global cancer burden statistics, an estimated 18.1 new cancer cases and 9.6 million deaths from cancer were expected in 2018. Cancer is a leading...

Is it a carcinogen?

Is it a carcinogen?

Is it a carcinogen? October 2015 : Is it a carcinogen? Is it a carcinogen? Protecting yourself from these known carcinogens is the best way to reduce your cancer...

Understanding Mixed Messaging on Diet and Cancer

Understanding Mixed Messaging on Diet and Cancer

We continue to be inundated with conflicting messages on diet and nutrition. March is National Nutrition Month. Here is Karen Collins, AICR’s Nutrition Advisor, explaining the...