Topic: Prostate Cancer

The Use of Genomic Markers and Prostate Biopsy Decisions

E. David Crawford, MD, discusses the concept of disruptive technologies—developments which displace established technology or create entirely new industries—in the context of prostate cancer treatment and diagnosis. He reviews new and developing technologies transforming prostate cancer care, and discusses how they can be constructive as well as destructive.

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Timing of ADT with Chemotherapy in 2019

Thomas E. Keane, MD, reviews the data supporting and opposing the advancement of chemotherapy into the metastatic castration-sensitive prostate cancer (mCSPC) disease state. He then discusses a current trial introducing chemotherapy in patients prior to androgen deprivation therapy (ADT).

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Summarizing the RADAR Guidelines

E. David Crawford, MD, reviews the findings and recommendations of the Radiographic Assessments for Detection of Advanced Recurrence (RADAR) I and II working groups. Phillip J. Koo, MD, then discusses the rationale for RADAR III and the expansion in recommendations from the first two iterations, focusing on updates regarding next generation imaging.

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Navigating the M0 Space

E. David Crawford, MD, reviews the historical developments in androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) for prostate cancer and the emergence of the non-metastatic castration-resistant, or M0, prostate cancer. He then describes future directions for treatment options for these patients with a focus on androgen pathway inhibitors.

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Second Opinion Diagnosis in Prostate Pathology

Francisco G. La Rosa, MD, discusses how poor preparation of biopsy and prostatectomy specimens, as well as pathologists’ misreadings, can lead to significant discrepancies in the diagnosis of prostate cancer. He emphasizes the importance of reevaluation by in-house urologic pathologists of all outside specimens before evaluating treatment options for patients.

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