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We hope that you’re enjoying the summer season and keeping cool. In addition to the following updates and information that may be of interest to you, prostate cancer news article titles are listed below along with a link to the Us TOO web page that provides access to the full text for each article. 

Join us at the next Prostate Cancer Pathways for Patients and Caregivers in Englewood, NJ, on Saturday, September 29. This free event/webcast will provide a brief overview of men’s wellness and health risks including prostate cancer, followed by medical experts presenting educational content for managing prostate cancer that’s newly diagnosed, recurring, or advanced. We’ll also feature a presentation led by the experts on sex and intimacy relative to prostate cancer.  Get more information and register to  attend in person, or watch the online webcast with live audio and video from the event.

And check out the recorded video from the Seattle Pathways event held on June 23. For easy access, content from the entire day is cataloged with a link to specific segments noted by topic.

We’re excited to announce that registration is now open for the  14th Annual SEA Blue Chicago Prostate Cancer Walk & Run in Lincoln Park on Sunday, September 9. It’s an important opportunity for raising awareness for prostate cancer during the month of September (Prostate Cancer Awareness Month) and for raising funds that help support the work of Us TOO. If you can’t attend in-person, please consider registering as a virtual mover at no charge and inviting your network of friends and family to support an activity of your choice in recognition of SEA Blue.  

Astellas is hosting The Astellas Oncology C3 Prize – a global challenge designed to inspire innovative non-treatment ideas that may improve the lives of cancer patients, caregivers, and their loved ones. This year’s challenge will focus on solutions for cancer care in low- and middle-income countries, which bear a disproportionate burden of the global cancer epidemic. Winning applicants in three categories will receive grants and access to resources to make their life-changing ideas a reality. The deadline to enter the contest is July 25. Visit for the full terms and conditions, including eligibility requirements.

Join PCRI from September 7-9 for the 2018 Prostate Cancer Patient Conference and get face-to-face with prostate cancer experts in every field. Hosted at the Los Angeles Airport Marriott, the PCRI conference is a full-featured educational experience for prostate cancer patients and caregivers. Each day consists of easy-to-understand presentations, extended Q+A sessions, treatment-based breakout sessions, and support groups that cover every major prostate cancer topic. Register now.  
Because prostate cancer can be a couple’s disease, a woman may be subject to her own concerns in addition to those she shares with her husband/partner.  A Forum for Her is a regular conference call series (and invitation-only Facebook group) from Us TOO which provides women with important peer-to-peer support. Calls are free and participants are not required to share their identity with the group.

And check out, a new website with educational content on several types of cancer, including prostate cancer.


Please note that the content below lists only the title of the article rather than a direct link to the content.  For access to the full article   CLICK HERE .

  • Study launched to understand prostate cancer in African Americans

  • MIL-OSI USA: NIH and Prostate Cancer Foundation launch large study on aggressive prostate cancer in African-American men

  • New Findings from University of Alabama in the Area of Prostate Cancer Described (A pilot study of prostate cancer knowledge among African American...

  • Prostate cancer DNA test identifies men with six-fold increased risk

  • Gene testing could identify men with prostate cancer who may benefit from immunotherapy

  • Blood test predicts treatment response for metastatic prostate cancer

  • New treatment lowers risk for death from aggressive prostate cancer by over 70 percent, study finds

  • Researchers pinpoint new subtype of prostate cancer

  • Findings from Guy's and St. Thomas' Hospital Provides New Data about Prostate Cancer (Treatment of Oligometastatic Hormone-Sensitive Prostate Cancer:...

  • Reports Summarize Prostate Cancer Study Results from Florida State University (Quality of Life Among Black Prostate Cancer Survivors: An Integrative...

  • Reports from University of California Describe Recent Advances in Prostate Cancer (Immunotherapy for Prostate Cancer: Where Do We Go From Here? PART...

  • GenomeDx Announces Cigna Coverage for Decipher Prostate Cancer Tests

  • Study Results from Duke University Provide New Insights into Prostate Cancer (Symptom and function profiles of men with localized prostate cancer)

  • Study Findings on Prostate Cancer Are Outlined in Reports from University of Montreal Health Center (The burden of symptomatic skeletal events in...

  • New Prostate Cancer Data Have Been Reported by Researchers at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (Rectal radiation dose-reduction...

  • Recent Findings in Prostate Cancer Described by Researchers from Tongji University School of Medicine (Interstitial assessment of aggressive prostate...

  • Data from Johns Hopkins University Advance Knowledge in Prostate Cancer (Imaging of Nonprostate Cancers Using PSMA-Targeted Radiotracers: Rationale,...

  • New Findings in Prostate Cancer Described from Brigham and Women's Hospital (Early Versus Delayed Initiation of Salvage Androgen Deprivation Therapy...

  • Findings on Prostate Cancer Reported by Investigators at University of Washington (PSA screening, prostate biopsy, and treatment of prostate cancer...

  • New Prostate Cancer Findings Reported from University of Kansas Medical Center (Patient Factors That Influence How Physicians Discuss Active...

  • Researchers at Department of Radiology Release New Data on Radiotherapy (High-dose rate intracavitary brachytherapy pretreatment dwell position...

  • Sub-fertility in men treated with ICSI associated with an increased risk of prostate cancer

  • Mushrooms are magic for men and perfect for the prostate

Watch for the August 2018 issue of the Us TOO Hot SHEET newsletter in a few weeks; and let us know how we can help provide you with educational resources, support services and personal connections to others in the prostate cancer community.

All the best,

Chuck Strand, Chief Executive Officer
Jackie Konieczka, Office Manager
Terri Likowski, Program Director - Support Group Services
Tim Mix, Communications Manager
Amy Woods, Director of Development