Study suggests savings using MRIs to diagnose prostate cancer

In September 2016, the First Global Summit on Precision Diagnosis for Prostate Cancer was held in Boston. You can read about how AdMeTech Foundation says it can save Massachusetts more than $200 million annually by using MRIs to diagnose aggressive … Read More

Zero Prostate Puts a Face to Prostate Cancer with Videos

ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer is a national nonprofit organization with the noble mission of ending prostate cancer. As stated on their website, they are modeled after the National Breast Cancer Coalition. This organization was formed to stand … Read More

Your PSA is elevated. What comes next?

First of all, don’t panic. Many other factors including Benign Prostate Hyperplasia (BPH) can elevate PSA. But don’t ignore this either. Elevated PSA (greater than 4 or rising quickly over the last reading) is an early warning sign to investigate … Read More

FirstScan Appears in Omaha World-Herald

“Should MRIs Be the First Step in Screening for Prostate Cancer?” the Omaha World-Herald headline reads. According to many of the pioneers navigating the controversial and murky waters of prostate cancer screening, the answer is yes. Journalist Rick Ruggles interviewed CTO, Dr. … Read More

FirstScan CTO Appears on Radio to Discuss Prostate Cancer

Don’t miss this riveting radio interview on December 13th! FirstScan Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Randall Jones, will be interviewed on Sunday, December 13th, by “Community Matters” host Scott Voorhees. Broadcasted across a variety of iHeartMedia radio stations in the Omaha … Read More

In Response to Recent Wall Street Journal Articles: Updates from the Prostate Screening News Front

Updates from the Prostate Screening News Front with Commentary by FirstScanTM According to recent articles featured in the Wall Street Journal, the number of men diagnosed with prostate cancer in the U.S has significantly dropped (November 17, 2015) and there … Read More