A nonprofit founded by and governed by people directly affected by prostate cancer, Us TOO International Prostate Cancer Education & Support Network serves as a resource for peer-to-peer support and educational materials to help men and their families/caregivers make informed decisions about prostate cancer detection, treatment options and related side effects.

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Advice for Managing Advanced Prostate Cancer Treatment Side Effects

Advanced prostate cancer experts, Drs. William Catalona and Russell Szmulewitz, and Judith Paice, PhD, RN, discuss the management of disease-related side effects.


Why Should Advanced Prostate Cancer Patients Consider a Clinical Trial?

Drs. William Catalona and Russell Szmulewitz discuss the value and reasoning behind participation in clinical trials for men with advanced prostate cancer.


Advanced Prostate Cancer: An Overview of Hormonal Therapy

Dr. Russell Szmulewitz of the University of Chicago Medical Center gives a short description of the endocrinology of prostate cancer and an overview of hormonal therapy.


The Role of Testing in Advanced Prostate Cancer

Drs. William Catalona and Russell Szmulewitz discuss the need for PSA testing as well as the role of genetic testing after a prostate cancer diagnosis.


Understanding Advanced Prostate Cancer

Andrew Schorr sits down with Drs. William Catalona and Russell Szmulewitz to better understand advanced prostate cancer.


Ralph Wozniak: Don’t Get Depressed, Get Informed

Andrew Schorr interviews 10+ years advanced prostate cancer survivor and patient advocate, Ralph Wozniak.


Where Are We Now With Advanced Prostate Cancer Research?

Dr. Russell Szmulewitz and Andrew Schorr discuss the latest updates in the field of prostate cancer research.


Advances in Understanding Prostate Cancer

Andrew Schorr interviews one of the renowned leaders in the field of urology, Dr. William Catalona, Director of the Clinical Prostate Cancer Program at the Lurie Cancer Center.


Support Groups: How Can They Help Men With Prostate Cancer?

Andrew Schorr leads a discussion on support groups with Us TOO International CEO, Chuck Strand, and prostate cancer survivor and patient advocate, Jim Schraidt.


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Page last updated on February 26, 2016