Only found this site recently (and started docetaxel 2 days ago). Much helpful info, well organised, with useful links. My only thought for improvement is that the abbreviations and nomenclature is confusing for a beginner. Names of medecines vary from country to country. Even ADT floored me for a while, all UK literature just calls it hormone therapy. Maybe a dropdown menu to help beginners, something like:
Clinical name first (abiraterone), brand name second (Zytiga) varies by country
PCa prostate cancer
ADT androgen deprivation therapy
mCRPC metastatic castration-resistant Prostate Cancer
bicalutamide Cassodex. First line hormone therapy – pills, followed by
luprorelin leuprolide, Prostap3, Lupron, Eligard. First line hormone therapy (ADT) injection
degarelix Firmagon, another ADT
docetaxel Taxotere, chemotherapy now given alongside ADT
enzalutamide Extandi, Xtandi
Prednisone or Prednisolone, corticosteroid (type of steroid) to treat/avoid allergies
Ra 223 dichoride Xofigo
ALA alpha-lipoic acid, treats peripheral neuropathy
I am sure there are loads more! Oh, just noticed Tips for great content, which has a bullet Avoid abbreviations so newbies can follow. Doesn't work, cos nobody is going to spell out ADT etc etc every time.
But I repeat, huge amount of useful info. Many thanks for maintaining it.