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Save The Date: 2014 Prostate Cancer Conference

Fri 24 Jan 2014

SAVE THE DATE 2014 National Prostate Cancer Conference September 5 – 7 Mark your calendars and plan to be with us this September in Los Angeles, California for the annual Prostate Cancer Conference. This unique 3-day conference has grown into the leading provider of education for prostate cancer patients in all stages of their treatment.Read More ›

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2013 Conference DVDs

Fri 24 Jan 2014

DVDs from the 2013 Prostate Cancer Conference are now available! This year’s conference DVDs are now available to PCRI supporters. With your donation of $150 or more, we will automatically send you the official multi-disc DVD set of The 2013 Prostate Cancer Conference. Click here to donate and receive your copy of the DVD.      Read More ›

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Welcome to The New Website

Wed 18 Dec 2013

We are proud to present our new website! While there have been dozens of changes, a few important ones should be highlighted: 1. Hundreds of pages of information about prostate cancer are now organized under the “Resources” tab with a new structure that has been revised making it easier for you to find relevant informationRead More ›

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Payment Assistance for Underinsured Patients

Mon 21 Oct 2013

Payment Assistance for Underinsured Patients The Patient Access Network (PAN) Foundation offers financial assistance to patients who lack full insurance coverage, allowing access to treatments that were previously out of reach. Founded in 2004, PAN is an independent non-profit organization dedicated to providing financial assistance to underinsured patients. The PAN Foundation has provided more thanRead More ›

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The Prostate Cancer Screening Controversy

Thu 25 Jul 2013

By Mark Scholz, MD of Prostate Oncology Specialists The Challenge of Screening for Prostate Cancer Most elderly men already have prostate cancer—they just don’t know it.  And they might be better off remaining ignorant. Newly-diagnosed men are thrown into an eight-billion-per-year medical world that extols radical treatment. Over-treatment is so out-of-control a New England JournalRead More ›