Long-term study Kaul et al. demonstrates improved clinical outcomes for patients.

Dr. Todd Cohen, Vice President of Medical Affairs, discusses the Prolaris outcomes study.

How updated NCCN guidelines for prostate cancer affect clinical practice

Listen to Dr. Sanjeev Kaul, a board-certified urologist in Michigan, discuss his interpretation of the new NCCN v2.2018 guidelines for prostate cancer and their impact on clinical practice.

Safely Choose Active Surveillance & Reduce Overspending on Prostate Cancer Care

Physicians use the Prolaris test for men with localized prostate cancer to add precision to their clinical risk assessment. The unique information provided by Prolaris drives optimal treatment decisions, by identifying patients who can safely choose active surveillance and thereby reduce morbidities associated with unneeded interventions. This net reduction in unnecessary therapies produces an overall cost savings to the healthcare system.

Prolaris: Helping physicians add precision to prostate cancer risk assessment while reducing unnecessary spending

Chris Cisar, Senior Director of National Accounts for Managed Care, reflects on the recent MolDX coverage policy for Prolaris, a prognostic indicator that identifies localized prostate cancer patients who can safely pursue active surveillance as a primary treatment modality.

The Science Behind Prolaris

Dr. Michael Brawer discusses the Prolaris Score™, which provides a direct measure of individual tumor aggressiveness, and the Prolaris test report, which estimates a patient’s 10-year prostate cancer-specific mortality based upon his unique tumor biology.


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