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March 18, 2019

Printable Quick Reference PCMs Bucket Table

This form is a quick reference sheet which allows you to investigate the aggregate function of various PCMs to help you determine which PCM is right for your specific situation.  

March 18, 2019

Comprehensive PCMs Table

This table summarizes the various blood, urine, and tissue PCMs (prostate cancer biomarkers) discussed on this website. Utilizing this table, in conjunction with the advise of your physician, can help aid in determining which PCM is right for you. 

December 28, 2016

Printable Prostate Cancer Screening Algorithm

This is a copy of our printable algorithm for how to screen men for prostate cancer. Our algorithm is based on a PSA cutoff of 1.5  (see our paper in the references and download section). To learn more about each individual biomarker, please click here

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General Education

June 28, 2017

Learn about prostate cancer diagnosis, staging, what a Gleason Score means, and prostate cancer risk groups.

This link, provided by the American Cancer Society (ACS), has important information about a prostate biopsy, how prostate cancer is staged, what a Gleason Score means, and the different risk groups of men who are diagnosed with prostate cancer. 

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References

May 31, 2017

Big 2017 Change on PSA by USPSTF

Dr(s) David Crawford and Marc Garnick discuss the new 2017 USPSTF recommendations and how this impacts PSA screening. 

March 15, 2017

Important references for the Decipher prostate cancer genomic test

This section has several landmark peer reviewed articles discussing the research and efficacy behind the Decipher test. 

March 20, 2017

Using Genomics to Guide Treatment

The folks over at Prostatepedia were kind enough to share with us an EXCELLENT resource, featuring some of the best, up to date information on PCMs. 

December 28, 2016

Landmark PSA of 1.5 paper

Despite the US Preventive Services Task Force 2012 recommendation against PSA screening, we published a paper we believe should be incorporated into screening men for early detection of prostate cancer. 

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