In all studied scenarios, PSA screening appeared more favorable for Black men than for the general population.
The presence of perineural invasion in a prostate biopsy has important implications for active surveillance.
The findings may inform surveillance strategies and improve treatment outcomes.
While socioeconomic disparities are evident, survival differences between racial groups persist after RCC diagnosis.
Some patients with a negative mpMRI while on prostate cancer active surveillance may be able to defer biopsy, according to investigators.
Further studies are needed to evaluate oncologic outcomes after postoperative radiation therapy.
Active surveillance appears to be a safe treatment option for low- and very low-risk prostate cancer, regardless of race, according to investigators.