Posts Tagged: oncology

Buffett’s Prostate Cancer Is Not a Death Knell

Warren Buffett has announced to shareholders that he has the most common cancer in men, Stage 1 prostate cancer. The information he released is insufficient to determine prognosis let alone what treatment is needed, if any. However, statistics are generally on Mr. Buttett’s side. Autopsy studies show that most men will eventually present with prostate… Read more »

Controversy Persists About Prostate Cancer Screening

In 2009, the publication of the results of two large screening studies ignited the controversy over prostate-specific antigen (PSA) testing and prostate cancer screening. Now, both studies have been updated and debate continues. This month, the New England Journal of Medicine published an update of the European Randomized Study of Screening for Prostate Cancer (ERSPC)… Read more »