Did Vince Flynn die of prostate cancer because of too little screening or too much? Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm?

Search this site for Otis Brawley Search this site for Mr. Prostate Search this site for USPSTF RUSH: I want to tell you where I was yesterday. I attended the funeral for the author Vince Flynn in St. Paul, Minnesota, yesterday, and it was amazing. Three thousand people at a beautiful, beautiful Catholic Church, 3,000 …

When it comes to whether you should choose prostate cancer surveillance or not…Well, how big a boy are ya?

  He adds that, in general, 15 to 25 percent of men whose initial biopsy shows a low-risk prostate tumor will actually have a high-grade cancer upon further review of the entire prostate once it is removed. So...how big a boy are you?  It seems to me that some patients wear the decision to pursue …

regarding prostate cancer it is better to cure at the beginning rather than at the end

    This was off a post on twitter- theintegretyinstitute.org. Simple to the point and I feel makes sense. What is right recipe for early detection? Awareness and reasonable screening as a team effort of the patient and doctor. I examined a 65-year-old man this week with a very large prostate nodule that came back on biopsy …

Mr. Ablin’s father died of prostate cancer after presenting late in the disease-could screening and a PSA have saved him? A special investigative report by Pepe the prostate.

Read the below very carefully. First of all Mr. Ablin's site is sponsored by a  medical company and yet he protests profit that is the result of PSA testing. His father died of prostate cancer after presenting very late in the disease and died a year later. This ethically and appropriately raises the question, "Could his father been saved by …

PSA, prostate cancer screening and Pepe the prostate-new spokeperson for Mr. PSA

  Interview with Mr. PSA- Part Two  Dr. McHugh: "Welcome back. I am with Mr. PSA and his pseudonym Pepe the prostate. How are you tonight and again thanks for being here with us to shed some light on the dilemma that is PSA and prostate cancer."  Mr. PSA: "Thank you, again it is good to …