QUEST informs readers of the latest advances in urologic prostate cancer research, especially detection, prevention, and treatment.

The PSA Story: Early Detection Is Making a Difference

(This article is a portion of a paper on PSA screenings revised for QUEST) If there were no effective treatment for prostate cancer, early detection would not be important, but studies are showing that patients treated with a radical prostatectomy…

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New Results for Postoperative Radiotherapy

Several previous articles in QUEST and on the drcatalona.com website address postoperative radiotherapy, but recent reports have increased our knowledge, and this article supplements those previous ones. History In the past, we, and other researchers, analyzed 4-year studies of the…

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My Research Projects on the Genetics of Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer (CaP) is a complex disease involving multiple steps and pathways to the development of cancer. Each step involves one or more genetic changes. Family studies have found varying degrees of clustering of prostate cancer in certain families, suggesting…

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Reports from Dr. Catalona’s Follow-up Studies | 2004

Each year, Dr. Catalona and his research collaborators deliver their research findings at the American Urological Association (AUA) annual meeting. In the last issue of QUEST, we summarized findings from recent research projects of Dr. Catalona and his collaborators. The…

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Kayaking, Bicycling, and Prostate Cancer

John Clark is an athlete – a middle-aged athlete who was treated for prostate cancer last year. His career, until he retired at 54, was athletic director for St. Lawrence University. His children, seven of them, are athletes too. Naturally…

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