Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 March 2022Print Special Issue Flyer (2)
Chief of Urology Department, Ospedale Classificato San Giuseppe, gruppo Multimedica, Milano (MI), Italy; Adjunct professor of Anatomy and Physiology, bachelor’s degree of Nursing and Midwifery course of study, Milan University, Milano (MI), Italy
Interests: Bladder, prostate, kidney cancer mainly
Prostate cancer (PC) is the most common urological malignancy. Estimated new cases and mortality are respectively 13.1% of new cancers and 5.6% of all cancer deaths in 2021 according to the SEER program database The prevalence of incidental PC is high as it is found in about 60% of man aged 80 or more years. Even patients of 60 or more years with a baseline PSA of 4 or less have a 15% risk of being detect with PC by biopsy. Therefore, the chance to be diagnosed with PC is sensibly high at any age after testing for PSA. The benefit of an early diagnosis is not yet fully understood. PLCO and ERSCP trials did not give a final answer to the dilemma. After a diagnosis of clinically localized PC, the main issue is to identify which patients will benefit from treatment and which treatment fits more according to patient and disease characteristics. The SPCG-4, PIVOT and ProtecT trials did not disclose a clear advantage of treatment versus observation and of any treatment versus another. Active surveillance and multiparametric MR of the prostate are relatively new modalities which may help identify patients at risk. Meanwhile, technological improvements of treatments and related costs skyrocketed making PC one of the more controversial disease of the modern history.
The aim of the special issue is to give an insight in the topic. Beside well-known and established studies, reporting the own clinical experience or, alternatively, enlighten with a different interpretation of available data may really help to improve the treatment of our patients.
prostatic neoplasms, early diagnosis, mortality
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