2011 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog. It is somewhat interesting to look at what topics generated the most interest as well as where visitors came from. To all of you who took the time to comment, I thank you for adding to the discussion and look forward to continuing to find topics of interest to bring to your attention in 2012. I sincerely welcome suggestions for topics that you would like to see covered. Just add them as comments to this post and I will try to get through them in coming weeks . Happy New Year!

Here’s an excerpt:

A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 4,600 times in 2011. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 4 trips to carry that many people.

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3 responses to “2011 in review

  1. Bob Lederer

    Mike,
    I would like to see your thoughts on hormone blockade: 1 drug vs 2 vs 3 drugs. Intermittent vs continuous Rx.

    Also anything about treatment for hot flashes. Do men who were castrated get them? How long?

  2. Dr. Glode,
    I’m excited about all the new breakthrough drugs and procedures in PCa for the coming year!
    The newest one soon to be released by the FDA is MDV3100. I know you have been running a clinical trial on MDV3100 and I would like you to address when you feel we will have access to it and exactly what the benefits you expect and how much help you feel we will get from this drug? Also, what’s new in the pipe line we can expect to help us in 2012!
    Thanks,
    Craig

    • Several people have asked about the approval process for MDV 3100 and when it will be available. Please see my last blog on this drug regarding the approval process. My best guess would be that it might be approved this year, but it is pretty hard to predict exact timing unless you are inside the company and know about the data details that they must prepare for FDA presentation, and that kind of information is very sensitive.

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