I have been a subscriber of PCa International for over 8 years and it keeps getting better. There is no charge for the service and a user can ask questions about his own case and get a compassionate response about current treatments and diagnostics. The site's blog contains a wealth of very accurate reporting about the latest clinical trial results and pending research, and expert commentary about how the results and research may affect or assist the patient. Every prostate cancer patient who wants to be an advocate for himself should subscribe.
I am in my 10th year with advanced prostate cancer and Sitemaster at Prostate Cancer International is still the best source of the most accurate, unbiased, and detailed information about prostate cancer diagnosis and treatment. You can read and research the latest studies, with the added benefit of Sitemaster's expert analysis, from the patient's perspective. Subscribing to the Infolink is like having your own medical communications specialist on call 24/7.
This organization provides the best no non-sense progress updates on pCa development and comes with excellent summary analysis. Their opinions are one of the least biased and always from the perspective of patients. I have grown to give them a lot of weight in new treatment options. Whether you're a patient, doctor, family, or investor, show your support. I can't thank PCI enough for their years of selfless dedication. THANK YOU!
Have been down loading info in regards to prostate cancer. I am a survivor & cancer free since having a prostatectomy with nerve sparing minimum evasive robotic surgery. This was back in June of 2017. I am on a 5 year exam including PSA blood test at my urologist surgeon’s lab at his practice which is about 25 to 30 miles from my home. Still recovering with some minor side effects which is only ED but seems to be improving. I was very lucky that I had a low Gleason Score & preceded with the recommendation procedure about 5 or 6 months from the biopsy being sent to pathology and confirming that I had prostate cancer. After my surgery the results from the Pathologist lab verification, all the cancer was contained inside the prostate capsule. No cancer found in the removed lymph glands & seminal vessels. My being able to control my urination was in about 6 to 10 weeks & only had to use a pad about once or twice a week. At this date I no longer need a pad at all.
Unbiased information that balances good science and a sensitivity to the needs of its readers. I use it to help me be a better patient and recommend it to my own patients.
There is a lot of crap on the web, but this site is on the opposite side of that spectrum as it provides well researched-well reasoned information on prostate cancer and its treatments. This site has provided guidance and direction in researching my own cancer, and has been a great help in that regard in allowing me to make an informed decision. A tremendous amount of work and effort goes into the site and I greatly appreciate the information it provides.
As a prostate cancer patient in the Netherlands i have through the years profited from the reliable information from Prostate Cancer International during and after my treatment.
I use "The 'New" Prostate Cancer InfoLink several times weekly, both reading and often participating. It is a superb site that brings new developments and issues to the attention of the medical and survivor communities and allows us to share comments.
As a seventeenth year survivor of once life-threatening prostate cancer, I find this website to be amazingly good - one of the very best I've ever used!
A core strength is the profound expertise, caring, and energy that the sitemaster employs in bringing us reports of worthwhile new studies and also discussing those studies with us.
This is my best resource in keeping up-to-date on the fast moving field of prostate cancer research and trends.
The ongoing reporting of prostate cancer news on prostatecancerinfolink.org is an invaluable resource for prostate cancer patients who don't have the time or expertise to wade through all the published literature. This site owes everything (well, almost everything) to the tireless efforts and balanced judgment of sitemaster Mike Scott. As a patient and support group leader, I rely on this site on an almost daily basis to keep myself informed.
I received Important and critical information here when I first got news that I had prostate cancer. At this time I was overwhelmed with the diagnosis and confused on next steps and the timeframe that I needed to make decisions. This was an extremely valuable resource and I am very thankful I had this available.
I can't begin to tell you how helpful PCI has been to me. Immense help!!!
Could not survive without them.
Virtually every day, the "New" Prostate Cancer Infolink, sponsored by Prostate Cancer International, posts between one and three articles about prostate cancer. The articles are extraordinarily informative, trustworthy, and well-written. The website is a must for any person who is concerned about prostate cancer, whether the person is a patient, a family or friend of a patient, a potential patient, or a health-care provider.
This site and it's site master has been a tremendous support for me as someone with Prostate Cancer. It provides me with the highest standard of information about developments in the science of Prostate Cancer.
The site master then adds to it's value by adding concise interpretation to the reported work.
The jewel in the crown of PCI is their off-the-charts fantastic summaries of the latest advances in prostate cancer in their "New Prostate Cancer InfoLink." If I had only one source of information on prostate cancer that I could follow, it would be this one. Mike Scott and Allen Edel are remarkably knowledgeable and thorough in their coverage of all forms of prostate cancer diagnosis, imaging and treatment of prostate cancer from active surveillance to mCRPC. I'm a Board member for the Answer Cancer Foundation and we offer virtual online support calls for men living with all stages of prostate cancer (and other cancers) and the postings of Mike and Allen are often discussed on our calls. We love these guys.
Accurate, unbiased and easy to understand interpretation of all aspects of prostate cancer medical information, including controversies, from screening and diagnosis to treatment and the latest research topics. Very helpful.
The New Prostate Cancer Infolink Social Network is best of class. Before there were navigators to help those newly-diagnosed deal effectively with prostate cancer, the network was there for me.
Without the Infolink, I would likely have made a bad decision and have been needlessly sterile, impotent and (likely) incontinent for the last ten years. Need I say more?
When I was diagnosed with prostate cancer I received urgent advice to proceed with surgery and equally urgent advice to proceed with radiation. It was only at the "New" Prostate Cancer Info site that I found simple straight forward advice on both treatments as well as the only advice on "watchful waiting". Plus's ,minus's and the simple "we do not know for sure" on all methods without an agenda.
That was nearly eight years ago, no surgery, no radiation and still at pretty stable low risk. This is where I go to keep aware of advances in treatment and a dose of reality on new "cures". With "cured" bladder cancer and skin cancer this site feels like "home".
Excellent summaries of current medical reports on advances in treating prostate cancer.
Their web site, prostatecancerinfolink.net, is the most current and most informative site for current information on this disease. I highly recommend it to men in my prostate cancer support group. The posts provide very understandable summaries of current medical articles and advances and focus on the issues men need to understand to effectively cope with our disease.