Innovations in Testosterone Therapy (PCa/CVD/ new T-formulations)

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madman

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Urology Times® is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2022. To mark the occasion, we are highlighting 50 of the top innovations and developments that have transformed the field of urology over the past 50 years. In this installment, Amy Pearlman, MD, interviews Mohit Khera, MD, MBA, MPH on how advancements in testosterone therapy have changed treatment modalities across urology, providing patients with more efficacious, individualized care. Khera is a professor of urology and director of the Laboratory for Andrology Research, and director of the Executive Health Program at the McNair Medical Institute at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Pearlman is a clinical assistant professor of urology and the director of the Men’s Health Program at the Carver College of Medicine at the University of Iowa Health Care in Iowa City, Iowa.
 
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Ozzieville

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Madman - thanks very much for sharing this.

I'm sort of a poster child for (1) being diagnosed with prostate cancer and (2) going on testosterone replacement therapy. Even though my T levels are quite high (over 1500), my PSA (a marker of prostate cancer) has hardly budged during the three years since my diagnosis, suggesting that the cancer is staying quiet (I'm also getting regular MRIs and biopsies as needed). So for now I'm just on "active surveillance" and avoiding treatment.

While I don't expect TRT to "cure" my cancer, the latest evidence suggests it's not going to fuel the cancer either. And meanwhile I get to enjoy the enhanced life benefits that TRT offers.

Ozzie
 

toddao

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Urology Times® is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2022. To mark the occasion, we are highlighting 50 of the top innovations and developments that have transformed the field of urology over the past 50 years. In this installment, Amy Pearlman, MD, interviews Mohit Khera, MD, MBA, MPH on how advancements in testosterone therapy have changed treatment modalities across urology, providing patients with more efficacious, individualized care. Khera is a professor of urology and director of the Laboratory for Andrology Research, and director of the Executive Health Program at the McNair Medical Institute at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. Pearlman is a clinical assistant professor of urology and the director of the Men’s Health Program at the Carver College of Medicine at the University of Iowa Health Care in Iowa City, Iowa.
As a person with prostate cancer , very low testosterone, I can tell you as of 2/2022 and for the last 3 years the urologist and the family doctors are only interested in what ever treatment is acceptable to the Florida licensing board, and using testosterone is not ok. We need the drug companies to promote their products for new uses.
 
Madman - thanks very much for sharing this.

I'm sort of a poster child for (1) being diagnosed with prostate cancer and (2) going on testosterone replacement therapy. Even though my T levels are quite high (over 1500), my PSA (a marker of prostate cancer) has hardly budged during the three years since my diagnosis, suggesting that the cancer is staying quiet (I'm also getting regular MRIs and biopsies as needed). So for now I'm just on "active surveillance" and avoiding treatment.

While I don't expect TRT to "cure" my cancer, the latest evidence suggests it's not going to fuel the cancer either. And meanwhile I get to enjoy the enhanced life benefits that TRT offers.

Ozzie
Ozzie happy for you brother I to have returned to TRT after about a year and a half stopping it because of fear of progression. I restarted TRT about two years ago after much research and putting faith in two very good doctors named Dr. Mark Schulz and Dr. Abraham Morgantaler both men have done over 40 years incredible research in the field of prostate cancer and how it responds to testosterone.
I too have had multiple biopsies and MRI and has yet to progress. I am Gleason 6 (very low grade) and on active surveillance. What’s your PCa type?
 

Ozzieville

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Hey Jed - we certainly must be brothers! Dr. Scholz is my oncologist, and I did a Zoom consultation with Dr. Morgentaler.

I'm a Gleason 7, but with a small percentage of pattern 4. You're very lucky to be Gleason 6, which some doctors hardly regard as true cancer (never becomes metastatic). But of course if TRT is "pouring fuel on the fire," heaven help us. Personally, I'm placing my bet on TRT not only promoting a better quality of life, but being anti-cancer as well.
 
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