Compare Prostate Cancer Treatments – Intermediate Risk

Compare Prostate Cancer Treatments - Intermediate Risk

Compare Prostate Cancer Treatments - Intermediate Risk

This graph allow you to Compare Prostate Cancer Treatments - Intermediate Risk, reviewing outcomes for 31,665 patients from 99 medical articles.
(See below for a description of the graph.)

Compare Prostate Cancer Treatments - Intermediate Risk

Is this Your Risk Group?

Intermediate Risk patients experience a wider range of results and approaches due to the risk of disease beyond the prostate. When selecting a course of action, consultations are recommended with a urologist or surgeon, radiation oncologist and medical oncologist. Different treatments have different results and side effects. It is important to understand the potential impact each treatment can have on your quality of life after treatment.

Interactive Comparison Graph - Compare Prostate Cancer Treatments - Intermediate Risk

Interactive Comparison Graph Below

With the Interactive Graph, click and select exactly the treatment information you wish to compare, for example Surgery vs Seeds. Add or remove graph elements, simplify, focus on a one treatment. For more information:

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Intermediate Risk treatment options: Prostatectomy or Surgery, (retropubic, perineal, and laparoscopic robotic assisted), Brachytherapy, (Radioactive Seed Implantation), External Beam Radiation Therapy, (EBRT, IMRT, Cyberknife and Tomotherapy), Protons, High Dose Rate Radiation, (HDR), High Frequency Ultrasound, (HIFU), Cryotherapy, (Cryo), Hormone Therapy, (ADT), and combinations of therapies to enhance effectiveness.

Compare Prostate Cancer Treatments - Intermediate Risk: Treatments That Leave Patients Prostate Cancer Free
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Description of the Graph: Percent PSA Progression Free is represented by the the vertical axis.The bottom axis of the graph tracking time in years, in this case up to 16 years. Circles, triangles, diamonds or squares on the graph each represent a treatment study with a different number of patients. Percent PSA Progression Free control results are the most sensitive means to measure initial treatment success and are used in these comparisons. A PSA Progression Free of 100% would mean that for all patients, the cancer has not returned, and no follow up treatment was necessary. These graphs are cancer control probabilities and not survival graphs. Survival in all groups is high regardless of treatment, as patients can often live for years despite failure of the initial treatment. Cancer control is the focus of this analysis. The longer a treatment can maintain a PSA Progression Free close to 100%, the more effective the Treatment. Each treatment ellipse is mathematically calculated to help you visualize how the patients are doing with the selected treatment. The mid point of the ellipse shows on average how the patients responded to a that treatment. The direction of the ellipse, shows how the patients trended over time.

These graphs are to be shared with your Doctor and family, as you consult and plan the best treatment for you.

The Prostate Cancer Results Study Group Full Report is an excellent resource to use during patient-doctor discussions. The report is available from the Foundation for a minimum donation. Select the button to the right to obtain a copy of this file in PDF or Portable Document Format. Compare Prostate Cancer Treatments - Intermediate Risk: Download The Prostate Cancer Results Study Group Report

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