Look what I learned to do about answering prostate cancer questions! A prostate diaries minute in its infancy? Ps….do you have a question for the podcast urologist? I only have a minute.

A podcast in response to a question: Should I have a biopsy for an elevated PSA if I have a bladder infection? Anyway...this podcast is a bit weird. I did it with a free recording software and a microphone that cost 8 dollars from Wal-Mart. So what do you expect? What in the world is …

The Lockerbie bomber, Gaddafi, oil, hillary and obama and what? Prostate cancer

Remember the uproar of the doctors missing the timing of the Lockerbie bomber and he  was released to Libya  to die in a predicted three months? No one at the time could figure out why such a missed diagnosis and what pressures Libya could possibly bring to bear on his captors to gain his release? Well...I …

when it comes to prostate cancer, it all starts with awareness- robert hess is spot on!

Manhattan Beach News   Cancer survivor returns from nationwide awareness tripby Carley Dryden (Updated: Thursday, September 23, 2010 1:23 PM PDT) It’s one thing men just don’t want to talk about.When Robert Hess  brings up testing for prostate cancer, most of his friends squirm.“Guys just don’t want to do it … but once they’re diagnosed, …

How would you grade your “biopsy urologist?” Did you keep him or her or did you move on?

Show some loving to the  "biopsy urologist" post. It may behoove you. I wrote this post some time ago.  I had noticed how many times on the various prostate cancer message boards that patients got their diagnosis, made a decision and then went elsewhere.  In many of the discussions the "biopsy urologist" was never mentioned, …

prostate cancer and life don’t discriminate- the rich and famous get it too-quotes

What would be my " quote" about prostate cancer be if I were asked?- What would be yours? Put in the comment section. John McHugh:" Prostate cancer is a tough one. To put it in perspective you have to think of breast cancer. We all feel and understand what a mastectomy does to someone we love. …

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 …

Treated differently or a…”different kind of patient?”

Study confirms prostate cancer is treated differently at county vs. private hospitals January 25, 2010 Researchers at Moores Cancer Center at the University of California, San Diego and colleagues have found that prostate cancer treatments varied significantly between county hospitals and private providers. Patients treated in county hospitals are more likely to undergo surgery while patients treated …