For an organization like PCIG the gathering and dissemination of information is the core of what we do. While it is import that we have individuals like Ethan Borger, Tom Shredd and Kevin Chaffee that are willing to do the research and share their information, we are still limited by the aggregation of their knowledge. Like many things in life the more people that are taking the known fact and building new solutions the better. If we can take what Ethan, Tom and Kevin are giving us and come up with new solutions PCIG becomes a stronger organization. In short, we need your participation.

  • Combining Taxotere and Xofigo

    Tags: prostatepedia, Taxoter, Xofigo

    Dr. Michael J. Morris is a medical oncologist who specializes  in prostate cancer at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center  in New York City where he serves as the Prostate Cancer Section Head.He … more

  • Using GoToMeeting - Joining an Exiting meeting

    Before we start there are a couple of suggestions that may help make the process of Joining a GoToMeeting session a success. First it is suggested that you connect to a High Speed Wired connection … more

  • Patrick McLaughlin, MD - on ADT

    Hi Mr BogerThank you for your questionI do remain more selective about ADT than most doctors and come at all prostate cancer therapy decisions as a dual challenge of cure and quality of life. The … more

  • Links of Interest

    Rectal Spacer used in Radiation Therapy

    Surgery versus Radiation Therapy … more

  • Scheduled Speaker List

    Tags: speakers, scheduled speakers

    Following is a list of the speakers that have been scheduled to speak at the Education Meeting. This list, as opposed to the list shown under the "Speakers" menu item has minimal information and will … more

  • Compare Prostate Cancer Treatment

    Preston Black submitted the following Prostate Cancer-related articles. The first is titled “Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer: How to Do It Right” (Link to Article) and the second is “Compare … more

  • Healing and Cancer

    Dear Tom,

    What happens when an Oncologist and a Psychology Professor team up to present an intimacy and connection seminar for those affected by a prostate cancer diagnosis?

    A lot of learning, … more

  • New Prostate Cancer InfoLink Social Network

    So just over 300 patients have already completed the survey that we put up on line last Friday. Thanks to all of you who have done that. And we’d really like to see if we can get to … more