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Niçoise Salad with Fresh Fish

Niçoise Salad

Summer is here, and it’s the perfect time for outdoor entertaining with friends and family. Welcome and impress your guests with this delicious and healthy Niçoise salad. The vegetables are arranged on a bed of lettuce, making for an elegant presentation. Adding fish, new potatoes, and a little boiled egg. Read More

Cancer Ribbons

Caring For Yourself During and After Prostate Cancer: Best Survivorship Stories

National Cancer Survivors’ Day is the first Sunday in June, when we celebrate people living with a history of cancer. It’s a day to reflect on what survivors bring to our community and to recognize the challenges they face during and after treatment. More than 3 million men in the. Read More

Dad Kid Baseball

Tips to “Keep Dad In the Game”

June is a busy month. The baseball season is in full swing. Men’s Health Week is June 13-19, with Father’s Day on June 19. During the Home Run Challenge, May 27- June 19, PCF is traveling to ballparks across the U.S. to spread the word about prostate cancer awareness and. Read More

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Preparing for Summer with Cancer

Many people look forward to summer – a little lighter work schedule, less traffic, a long-anticipated trip, longer days, outdoor entertainment. But if you’re experiencing cancer, you may not feel like you get a “summer break.” Chemo treatments, radiation therapy schedules, and monitoring don’t stop between June and August. Adding. Read More

Research Update from AACR 2022, Part 2

Research Update from AACR 2022, Part 2

Research Update from AACR 2022, Part 2 The American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting 2022 was held in New Orleans in April. Dr. Andrea Miyahira, PCF’s Director of Global Research and Scientific Communications, has identified key updates that were presented at the meeting. In Part 2, we highlight two. Read More

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Research Update from AACR 2022, Part 1: Spotlight on Immunotherapy

The American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting was held in New Orleans in April. Dr. Andrea Miyahira, PCF’s Director of Global Research and Scientific Communications, has identified key updates that were presented at the meeting. This week, we highlight two presentations on potential ways to optimize the use of. Read More

Salad Bar

Healthy Eating On the Go: Do the Best You Can

We get a lot of questions about what to eat when you’re traveling, or when you’re at an event and don’t have a lot of healthy options. During the pandemic, there has been less travel and fewer parties, but as we emerge from each new wave, we may encounter more. Read More

National Minority Health Month

What is National Minority Health Month?

National Minority Health Month is observed each year in April to raise awareness of health disparities among racial and ethnic minority communities and spur action to overcome these injustices. The origin dates back to 1915, when Black educator and leader Booker T. Washington launched National Health Improvement Week (later National. Read More

Test Tubes

Highlights of ASCO GU 2022, Part 2

Informing care for intermediate-risk cancer, a new imaging tracer, and understanding the effects of PSA screening recommendations Clinicians and researchers gathered last month at the American Society of Clinical Oncology Genitourinary Cancers Symposium (ASCO GU) — some in-person in San Francisco, some tuning in virtually. Hundreds of presentations covered advances. Read More

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Breaking News: First-in-Class Radioligand Therapy Approved for Advanced Prostate Cancer

What this means for patients: Today, a new treatment known as 177lutetium-PSMA-617 (Lu-PSMA; trade name PluvitcoTM) was approved by the FDA for certain patients with advanced prostate cancer. This medicine delivers a small dose of radiation attached to a molecule that specifically binds to prostate cancer cells. It has been shown to. Read More