Author | Prostate Cancer Foundation


ADT May Offer Some Protection From COVID-19 in Men with Prostate Cancer

June 30, 2020

A PCF-funded study of men with prostate cancer in Italy suggests that men with prostate cancer who were taking ADT were 4 times less likely to be infected with the coronavirus than men who were not on ADT (androgen deprivation therapy), and 5 times less likely to die. These new findings are a game-changer and may lead to potential treatments for COVID-19, even in men without prostate cancer.

Prostate Cancer Foundation's COVID-19 Resources

March 16, 2020

Patients with prostate cancer are facing a unique situation amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are some of the resources the Prostate Cancer Foundation is offering to help patients in this turbulent situation.

Nurse Jenny Chen: Making a Difference for Veterans with Prostate Cancer

May 13, 2019

A good nurse can make a huge difference for a patient struggling to deal with an illness, not only in comfort, or pain relief, or even in teaching how to manage symptoms or side effects – but in hope and confidence.

Prostate Cancer Foundation's Robust Collection of New Patient Resources Now Available

May 13, 2019

The Prostate Cancer Foundation announced the newly revised 2019 Prostate Cancer Patient Guide, a comprehensive resource for diagnosis, treatment, side effects, survivorship, and risk factors for patients and families with a history of prostate cancer.

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