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11/17/2022

Winter Crunch Salad

Salad in November? Absolutely. Warm roasted vegetables bring health and comfort to dinner on a chilly evening, but it can also be refreshing to wake up your palate with a vibrant, crunchy salad. This one really pops with tart, bright flavors from cilantro, lime juice, and Granny Smith apple, and. Read More

11/17/2022

Gleason 3+3=6 is NOT “Not Cancer”

“Don’t worry about Gleason 3+3=6 (Grade Group 1)!  It’s harmless!  We shouldn’t even call it cancer!  In fact, let’s call it IDLE (indolent lesion of epithelial origin)!” Many patients have heard reassurances like these, and yes, if you have to have prostate cancer, Gleason 6 is the best kind to. Read More

11/17/2022

For Gay and Bisexual Men: What You Need to Know About Treatment for Localized Prostate Cancer

If you are a gay or bisexual man and you have localized prostate cancer, there’s something you should know:  the overwhelming majority of research on recovery, quality of life, and side effects of treatment for localized prostate cancer is based on heterosexual men.  Confession:  I have been writing about prostate. Read More

11/14/2022

Prostate Cancer and Eggs, Dairy, Supplements: Your Questions Answered (Part 1)

Dr. Stacey Kenfield, Associate Professor in the Departments of Urology and Epidemiology & Biostatistics at UCSF, was a recent guest on PCF’s monthly webinar series hosted by CEO Dr. Charles Ryan. She discussed her research on Prostate 8, a collection of lifestyle changes that have been shown to reduce a. Read More

11/09/2022

November Episode of “The Prostate Health Show” on SiriusXM Covers Prostate Cancer in Veterans and the PCF VA Precision Oncology program

Got questions about prostate health and prostate cancer? The Prostate Cancer Foundation, Sirius XM’s Doctor Radio channel, and NYU Langone Health are partnering on a monthly prostate health radio series. Our host is PCF-funded researcher and urologist Stacy Loeb, MD, MSc, PhD (Hon.) longtime host of the popular “Men’s Health”. Read More

Young Investigator Award – Class of 2022

The PCF Young Investigator Award-Class of 2022 recipients are: 2022 Todd Boehly - PCF Young Investigator Award Vipul Bhatia, PhD Fred Hutchinson Research Center Mentors: John K. Lee, MD, PhD, Peter Nelson, MD Development of Next-Generation STEAP1 Chimeric Antigen Receptor T Cell Therapies to Combat Antigen Escape and T Cell. Read More

10/25/2022

Executive Assistant to the President & CEO

About the Prostate Cancer Foundation The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) is the world’s leading philanthropic organization dedicated to funding life-saving prostate cancer research. Founded in 1993 by Mike Milken, PCF has raised close to $1 billion in support of cutting-edge research by more than 2,200 research projects at 245 leading. Read More

10/18/2022

Slow-Baked Salmon with Cherry Tomatoes

After a diagnosis of prostate cancer, people may be motivated to take an active role in their health and make lifestyle changes to enhance their recovery. Fortunately, there are a few simple dietary changes you can make, backed by science. In a recent webinar, PCF-funded investigator Dr. Stacey Kenfield discussed. Read More

09/27/2022

From Radical Prostatectomy to World BJJ Gold… Twice

When Brian Germain (currently 63) turned 60, he figured he would finally go see a doctor to get a physical.  “Yeah, I had been training on the mats since I was almost 13.  I had fought on USA Judo’s national team several times in my 20’s and early 30’s. Then. Read More

09/26/2022

Dr. Nicholas Vogelzang, renowned medical oncologist and cancer researcher specializing in genitourinary cancers, dies at 72.

The Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) is sad to share news of the recent passing of a giant in the field of genitourinary (GU) medical oncology, Dr. Nicholas J. Vogelzang. Dr. Vogelzang (or Nick, as many of his colleagues knew him) dedicated his professional life to researching and treating rare forms. Read More