I've just posted on another study showing Vitamin E is a waste of money. This article points out at least some surgical techniques aren't so great either.
...Long-term outcome after surgical correction for PD and CPC with the technique of tunical plication can be poor. Probably patient expectations are above the real performance of surgical techniques...
We simply don't have any effective treatments for established Peyronie's Disease and there are none on the horizon. There's probably more hope in:
- early identification of at-risk persons (probably via genomic testing) and inventing and studying preventive measures
- focus on interventions for early onset disease in young persons