Get The Study: Updated for 2021

Study of Prostate Cancer Treatment Outcomes


Men after Treatment in Remission vs Recurrence

Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer? Selecting a treatment Plan? If you are selecting a treatment plan for Prostate Cancer, plan to take a copy of this Study to your office visit. Even though survival rates are high, recurrence or relapse is way more common than you might think. No one wants to be treated for prostate cancer, only to have their cancer return. By monitoring the PSA of thousands of patients following treatment, trends emerge defining which treatments are more effective. See which patients remain in remission, five, ten, even fifteen years following treatment. Share the Study with your Doctor and ask about your chance for recurrence.


Make an informed decision about your treatment.

This effort is unprecedented in medical literature.  We believe this work will be used as a standard reference as patients, their families and physicians look to determine appropriate options for prostate cancer therapy.
Dr. Peter Grimm

Founder, Prostate Cancer Research Study Group

Compare treatment outcomes, discuss with your family and Doctor.

Get Your Copy: Updated for 2021

With a donation of your choosing, you will receive a link to the 2021 Update of the Study. The Study is delivered in a thirty-plus page PDF file, that you can view, print or download to your computer.

See the OUTCOMES of PROSTATE CANCER PATIENTS, just like you, across the different treatments.   Which percent of men who remained in remission?   See how the percentages change over the years.   Thanks to the Prostate Cancer Results Study Group, an international team of doctors, specializing in prostate cancer, you can have the knowledge summarized in one document. This up to date research spans treatment of more than 129,000 patients over more than 15 years. The research covers the most common treatments for low, intermediate and high risk prostate cancer patients.

Prostate cancer treatment success is determined by monitoring PSA following treatment. Men typically have their PSA checked every six months or yearly, for a period of 10 to 15 years. A rise in PSA during that period is an indication that the cancer is no longer in remission and the cancer has returned.

Treatments included are Prostatectomy or (Surgery), External Beam Radiation, Brachytherapy or (Seeds), High Dose Rate Radiation, High Frequency Ultrasound, Protons, Cryotherapy and others.

The Study is available NOW for you to VIEW, PRINT or DOWNLOAD.

Prostate Cancer Study

R. Alex Hsi, M.D. describes a tool to compare the effectiveness of different treatments for men diagnosed with prostate cancer. We strongly recommend that you take a copy of these treatment comparisons as you meet with Doctors and specialists to facilitate an open discussion about your treatment options. Once you obtain your copy of the results above, print a copy or take your laptop, tablet or phone with you for your discussion with different Doctors. Then together with your family and doctor, you can make the best treatment decision for you.

Help To Continue the Work!

The Prostate Cancer Free Foundation, reviews the results of hundreds of thousands of men treated for prostate cancer. Tracking them for years. This information is available to you, and others like you, to help find the best prostate cancer treatment. This work takes time, effort, resources all of it done by volunteers. Please help us continue. Please Donate!