When Men With Advanced Prostate Cancer Aren’t Speaking, Clinicians Must Encourage Talk About Emerging Symptoms – A Conversation with Neal Shore, MD.
Source: Uro Today | February 5, 2016
Tumore Alla Prostata: Da Un’indagine Risulta Che Molti Uomini Sottovalutano La Patologia
Source: Blasting News | Nicola Celentano | October 1, 2015
Spotting the symptoms of advanced prostate cancer: an interview with Brian Tomlinson
That Harris Poll survey is the one commissioned by the IPCC, and I think there are a number of reasons why the majority of men living with advancing prostate cancer often ignore their symptoms. In general, men are often reluctant to talk about these issues. It’s often difficult or uncomfortable for men. The survey found that 22 percent of men reported that talking about pain makes them feel weak… .
Source: News Medical | April Cashin-Garbutt | July 7, 20151
The Prostate Cancer Blogger Summit: A Conversation About Speaking Up on the Symptoms of Advancing Prostate Cancer
The conversation during the Summit focused on eye-opening results from the U.S. arm of the global Prostate Cancer Symptoms Survey, which ZERO helped to commission alongside Bayer and our fellow International Prostate Cancer Coalition groups: CancerCare, Prostate Cancer Research Institute (PCRI), Patient Advocates for Advanced Cancer Treatments (PAACT), Prostate Health Education Network (PHEN), Us TOO International, GEPAC and Europa Uomo. The Harris Poll survey of 505 advanced prostate cancer patients and caregivers was conducted earlier this year from February 12-April 13, with the goal of understanding the experiences of those affected by the disease and its symptoms… .
Source: Zero Cancer | June 1, 20151
1Parts of the study specifically related to American patients were pre-released in the United States. You can read the release here.