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Cancer related articles pertaining to the male reproductive system. This may include: Prostate Tumors, Metastatic Prostate, PSA (Prostate Specific Antigen), BPH, DRE, The Transrectal Ultrasound (TRUS), and other related terminology.
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What is PSA and Prostate Cancer?

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 Bruce Donners (October 15, 2011)  Have difficulty in establishing what your PSA (prostate specific antigen) score mean? Are you one of the many male patients each year who have had a routine screening test and have been told that you have a high PSA score? Are you worried about the possible diseases that a high PSA level may mean? PSA is one of the methods used by doctors to identify people at increased risk of .. (Prostate Cancer)

5 Simple Lifestyle Changes to Be Free of Prostate Cancer Forever

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 Alan Wighton (January 15, 2009)  Prostate cancer, the male equivalent of breast cancer, has many known causes. Before you can eliminate prostate cancer you need to know these causes. To successfully become free of the problem, doesn't it make sense to identify the factors which caused it in the first place and remove those causes and then allow the body to heal itself, which it will do? It is very rare for prostate .. (Prostate Cancer)

A Brief Look at the Prostate and Its Effect on Male Life

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 Donald Saunders (January 15, 2009)  The prostate gland is a reasonably small gland that is roughly the size of a walnut and sits under the bladder and in front of the rectum. The prostate is an important gland which manufactures the liquid that helps to carry sperm. One significant problem that can arise with the prostate is prostate cancer which is a serious and life-threatening condition that can be expected to strike .. (Prostate Cancer)

Resveratrol and Prostate Cancer - Is There a Connection?

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 Mo Devine (January 15, 2009)  Numerous studies have been conducted concerning Resveratrol and prostate cancer, as well as other forms of the disease. The results have all been encouraging. But to date, major health organizations will not confirm the Resveratrol prostate cancer prevention connection. It's doubtful that they ever will. Alternative practitioners are already supporting the use of this and other natural .. (Prostate Cancer)

An Overview of Prostate Cancer Gleason Scores

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 Dean Ravenscroft (January 14, 2009)   The prostate is an organ located close to the bladder in men. Unfortunately it is very susceptible to genetic damage with age and many men will develop prostate cancer in their lifetime. It is recommended that all men above the age of 40 are tested for the condition every 5 years, and  tested once a year from the age of 50. The initial tests usually take the form of prostate .. (Prostate Cancer)

Dealing With Prostate Cancer - Eating Right and Maintaining Good Nutrition For Prostate Cancer

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 Nir Rana (January 12, 2009)  Maintaining good nutrition for Prostate Cancer is essential to help combating the side-effects of prostate cancer treatment. This can give you more energy and you will probably also feel better. Maintain a Basic Calorie Intake - Maintain the basic calorie needs of your body while dealing with prostate cancer is important. If you suffer from prostate cancer and you maintain a stable .. (Prostate Cancer)

Prostate cancer treatment

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 Thomas Johnson (January 10, 2009)  Cells of the prostate gland grow abnormally and invade the nearby tissues and other parts of the body. This uncontrollable growth of cells of prostate gland is called prostate cancer. The Prostate gland is located in middle of the bladder and rectum and its main function is to produce and store fluid which comes out from a man’s penis during ejaculation. The prostrate gland .. (Prostate Cancer)

Is There a Anything to Know About Green Tea and Prostate Cancer?

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 Peter Foremski (January 10, 2009)  I've been touched on a personal level on more than one occasion by the sad news that someone I know, whether a friend or family member has been diagnosed with this terrible disease. Given the dramatic advances within the medical world we all hope and pray that a cure is found one day soon. My curiosity was thus aroused when I glanced at a recent headline which talked about green tea and . (Prostate Cancer)

Prostate Cancer Treatment Options

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 Marlon Dirk (January 06, 2009)  Prostate cancer is a specifically male cancer as it involves the prostate gland, which is part of the male reproductive system. The prostate gland is located between the bladder and rectum and is responsible for the production of seminal fluid. Prostate cancer treatment options depend on how advanced the cancer is. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men in the United States. .. (Prostate Cancer)

All You Need to Know About Prostate Cancer

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 Mfani Anitche (December 28, 2008)  A prostate tumour is a lump created by an abnormal and uncontrollable growth of cells. It can be either benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous). Each year about 35 000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer in the UK.    The prostate is a gland that produces the liquid part of semen. It is about the size of a walnut and lies at the base of the bladder. The front of the .. (Prostate Cancer)

Red Wine and Prostate Cancer

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 George McKenzie (December 24, 2008)  Through the years there have been a number of studies conducted to determine the connection between prostate cancer and alcohol. One such study was done at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center which is located in Seattle. In this test 1,456 men answered a dietary questionnaire that was detailed in nature and they underwent a personal evaluation. These men were between the ages of .. (Prostate Cancer)

Green Light Laser Prostate Cancer Treatment

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 Eddy Mee Siong (December 17, 2008)  For all men, once we reach the age of 40, the risk of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), more commonly referred to as the enlargement of the prostate gland, increases. - As much as we would like to dismiss the reality, we cannot. We can, however, have hope due to the incredible advancements in BPH treatment such as Green Light Laser Prostate treatment (sometimes referred to as PVP, or .. (Prostate Cancer)

Male Prostate Health

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 Charles Nash (December 12, 2008)  I wanted to take the time to talk to you about male prostate health. Never before in man's existence have the males of the population had to take care of their prostates. There are more men than ever before ending up with infections and cancer of the prostate, which should be raising some alarm bells to those that might be susceptible. It is important for to keep yourself healthy, .. (Prostate Cancer)

Prostate Health Nutrition

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 Charles Nash (December 11, 2008)  I wanted to talk to you and prostate health nutrition. Many of the men out there today don't take care of their prostate. I think this is because the problems associated with this small organ have been progressively getting worse over the last decade. You never really had to learn anything from your father because it wasn't really a problem back than. The reality is that today, you can . (Prostate Cancer)

Prostate Cancer and Men's Health Issues

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 Rose Windale (December 10, 2008)   Men are at high risk for developing ominous illnesses, as much as women are. The male and female make up are basically different, and different sets of illnesses may beset both. True, there are women's health issues, and there are mens health issues. On the subject of mens health issues, there are quite a lot. After all, men are exposed to high stress conditions. Society expects much .. (Prostate Cancer)

What is Good For Prostate Health?

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 Charles Nash (December 10, 2008)  I wanted to talk to you about what is good for prostate health. There are a lot of men out there that are running into serious problems with their prostate. Prostate cancer is actually quite common and men seem to be a big victim of this problem that seems to have grown in that last 10 years. Many of these men don't have any sort of prostate exam or even know how to keep their health .. (Prostate Cancer)

The Hidden Truth on Prostate Cancer Exposed

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 Mickey Lieberman (December 10, 2008)  Prostate cancer is without a doubt the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men. If it is detected early and confined to the gland, then the prognosis is excellent. The prostate is a small gland that is located near the bladder in men. There is basically two types prostate cancer. One type is gentle and it has minimal effects. The other type can spread throughout the body, if not treated, .. (Prostate Cancer)

Robotic Prostatectomy - The Best Option in Prostrate Cancer Treatments

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 Alice Lane (December 10, 2008)  Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men. The prostate is the gland in the male reproductive system which produces seminal fluid. Walnut-sized, located in front of the rectum just beneath the bladder, the prostate is susceptible to disease when malignant cells form in its tissues. It is thought that diets high in red meat, dairy products, and bad cholesterol; as well as .. (Prostate Cancer)

Prostate Cancer - New Study Shows PSA Tests Have Lower Readings With Painkillers - Nurse's Report

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 Helen Hecker (December 10, 2008)  A new study reports that taking certain painkillers can lower the levels of prostate specific antigen (PSA), which can cause problems with the PSA screening tests used for prostate cancer detection. In this study of more than 1000 men who took nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs called (NSAIDs), levels of PSA were about 10% lower than for men who didn't take these over-the-counter .. (Prostate Cancer)

Good Prostate Health

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 Charles Nash (December 09, 2008)  I wanted to talk to you about good prostate health. There are a lot of men out there that really don't know how to take care of their prostate and there is a lot of risk in that. Having problems like prostate cancer is actually quite common and I'm surprised that we haven't seen more men get worried about this problem. If you don't keep it healthy, you run the risk of getting an .. (Prostate Cancer)

Healthy Prostate Diet

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 Charles Nash (December 08, 2008)  I wanted to talk to you about a healthy prostate diet. It is so important in these days to take really good care of your prostate. There are so many men out there that are having serious problems and even getting cancer due to their own neglect. The prostate plays a very significant role in the body and when it gets an infection or something that isn't normal it throws your whole body .. (Prostate Cancer)

Prostate Doctors - Make Sure Yours is Helping You to Prevent Cancer

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 Caleb Liu (December 07, 2008)  Most medical doctors out there take a very active role in helping men to prevent prostate cancer. They include an examination with their annual checkups as well as offering them literature on the subject. There is a specialist known as an Urologist that looks after the prostate only. Generally males are referred to such a specialist by their primary care physician. It is important to .. (Prostate Cancer)

Natural Prostate Health

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 Charles Nash (December 04, 2008)  I wanted to talk to you about natural prostate health. There are many young men today that are having a lot of problems with their prostate. It is scary to hear that 50% of all men will eventually get prostate cancer in their life. It becomes extremely important to remain as healthy as possible, so you don't actually run into this problem. There are a lot of little things that can .. (Prostate Cancer)

Don't Ignore That Prostate Pain

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 Nupur Das (December 02, 2008)  Why You Should Be Concerned Prostate pain should never be ignored, as it could be a symptom of a serious condition. When a man starts to have prostate problems there are usually few early symptoms so the chances are feeling prostate pain may be an indicator that the condition that has caused the pain is at an advanced stage. For this reason alone every man over the age of 50 should .. (Prostate Cancer)

Prostate Cancer - Is Surgery the Best Cure?

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 George McKenzie (November 30, 2008)  It's important that men today learn as much as they can about prostate cancer, and the types of surgery and cures for this condition. Prostate health probably isn't discussed as much as it should be due to the sensitive nature of the topic. But it's a very important topic that all men need to know about. If you or someone you love has been diagnosed with prostate cancer, you may be .. (Prostate Cancer)

Understanding the Basics of Prostate Cancer

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 George McKenzie (November 30, 2008)  Many men just don't like talking about prostate cancer but it's a very important topic since it's potentially fatal. But lives can be saved if it is diagnosed and treated early. To understand more about this disease, it's helpful to know what the prostate gland is, what it does, how it works and how cancer can affect it. What is Prostate Cancer? The prostate is a gland located between . (Prostate Cancer)

Detecting Prostate Cancer

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 Joshua M White (November 29, 2008)  All men age 50 and older should be tested annually for prostate cancer. There are currently two types of prostate cancer screening. The prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test and the digital (finger) rectal exam. The first test measures the level of PSA in the blood. PSA is a substance made mostly by the prostate. Too much PSA in the blood may indicate prostate cancer. However, high .. (Prostate Cancer)

How to Fight Prostate Cancer

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 Yanick Bertand (November 28, 2008)  American Cancer Society states that one out of three new cancer diagnoses in men are prostate cancer. In 2007, 220 000 people were diagnosed with prostate cancer and it is estimated that over 30 000 deaths occurred from that disease. Prostate cancer is the number one killer for men over 85 years in age. An average of 1 out of 6 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer during their .. (Prostate Cancer)

70 Percent Decrease in the Risk of Advanced Prostate Cancer

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 Paul Rodgers (November 26, 2008)  Prostate cancer is often devastating to men, not only because of the effect on their health, but also because the treatments can result in sexual dysfunction and bladder control problems. Prostate cancer (an abnormal, uncontrolled growth of cells originating in the prostate gland) is the most common cancer, and the third-leading cause of cancer deaths, among American men. Prostate .. (Prostate Cancer)

Prostate Cancer Survival Rates

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 Mert Ozge (November 24, 2008)  Prostate cancer survival rates indicate the chances a cancer patient has of surviving the disease for a specified length of time. The rates are by no means a definite indicator of what will happen to a patient; they can at best predict a patient's chances of what might happen to him, if a type of treatment plan is opted for, based on what has happened to other patients in similar .. (Prostate Cancer)

Prostate Care - Find Out What You Can Do For Your Own Health Benefits

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 Caleb Liu (November 24, 2008)  Your overall health is very important, and one aspect of it is preventing problems with your prostate. It is very scary when you see the statistics that indicate more than 1/2 of all men will have some form of prostate cancer in their lifetime. This type of cancer can be very aggressive in nature. It attacks the area around the rectum first and then move into the urinary glands. As a .. (Prostate Cancer)

Bend Over and Take it Like a Man - Prostate Cancer in the Boomer Generation

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 Sigrid Vargas (November 23, 2008)  Ah. . . the prostate exam; could there be a more awkward reason to have two men in the same small tiny room? For many men the idea of having a same sex peer ask you to pull your pants down and bend over while he moves his well-lubricated finger inside your exit, is as close to hell as it gets. But with the rise of prostate cancer in the boomer generation, it's time for men to suck it up . (Prostate Cancer)

Important Information on Prostate Cancer Surgery

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 Krystyna Pritschmann (November 18, 2008)  Prostate cancer is one of those cancers which grow very slowly and are not easy to diagnose. It is a critical illness for men over fifty years of age, so it is of prime importance that men in the susceptible age group get regular check-ups so as to prevent the trauma of prostate cancer surgery. One of the early signs, apart from urinary problems, is an enlarged prostate, which can be .. (Prostate Cancer)

Do Natural Remedies For Prostate Cancer Work?

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 James Kernal (November 11, 2008)  Prostate cancer is a disease affecting hundreds of thousands of men worldwide. It is most often a disease that affects older men, but it is not unheard of for younger men to also suffer from it. There are various stages of prostate cancer, with varying treatment in the different stages. For example, in the later stages of prostate cancer the treatment focuses on prolonging life and .. (Prostate Cancer)

Prostate Cancer Mortality - Can it Be Reduced?

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 Caleb Liu (November 10, 2008)  The number of men out there dying due to prostate cancer can be reduced. With preventative measures, early intervention, and a willingness to make lifestyle changes a man can beat it. Prostate cancer can be very painful and it can be deadly so men need to make changes now in order to prevent it form occurring. By making the commitment to eat healthier they are the right path. There are . (Prostate Cancer)

Can the Right Diet Prevent Prostate Cancer?

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 James Kernal (November 09, 2008)  There has been some evidence to suggest that nutrition and your diet can help to prevent prostate cancer. That means that not only is keeping a healthy diet good for your overall well being but it can also help to reduce your risk of developing prostate cancer later in life. Some people are still skeptical as to whether the right diet can prevent prostate cancer, but research seems to .. (Prostate Cancer)

Prostate Cancer, A Frightening Diagnosis But Not a Death Sentence!

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 Thomas E Harvey (November 08, 2008)  Like most men of a certain age, I was quite cognizant of the possibility of Prostate Cancer but generally ruled it out as a “not in my body" thought process. I had always been the “iron man" with no significant diseases, heart problems, cholesterol low, blood pressure 120/68 and this at the young age of 62. But being prudent (or at least my primary physician was), we .. (Prostate Cancer)

Prostate Examination and What to Expect

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 Jonathan Bell (November 06, 2008)  Before beginning basic outline, let me first say that this information is presented from a traditional, conventional approach to the treatment of prostate cancer, not alternative which is what I advocate. These are processes which one can expect if receiving conventional treatment. Prostate cancer is a disease in which cancer develops in the prostate, a gland in the male reproductive .. (Prostate Cancer)

Meat and Dairy Raise the Risk of Prostate Cancer Symptoms

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 Kirsten Whittaker (November 03, 2008)  If a man in your life is at risk for developing prostate cancer symptoms, here's some information you might want to pass along. While a connection between eating meat and enjoying high fat dairy products and cancer of the prostate has been suspected for a while, recent research by a team at Oxford University has been able to confirm the link. Experts know that a diet rich in meat and .. (Prostate Cancer)

How is Prostate Cancer Diagnosed?

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 Sunil Rattu (October 30, 2008)  There are two main methods for physicians to diagnose prostate cancer. Detection of this form of cancer is often done through physical examination, or with blood tests. Additional methods of diagnosing prostate cancer include, biopsy, cystoscopy, and transrectal ultrasonography. Because there are rarely symptoms associated with early prostate cancer, most people who develop this .. (Prostate Cancer)

How to Prevent Prostate Cancer

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 Sunil Rattu (October 30, 2008)  The exact cause of prostate cancer has not yet been determined, but some studies have shown that there are certain factors that may play a role in the development of this disease. Though these possible contributing factors have not been determined to be conclusive, there is enough evidence to suggest that paying attention to these possible risk factors can help with early detection of .. (Prostate Cancer)

Prostate Cancer - The Immune System & Herbal Treatments

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 Sunil Rattu (October 30, 2008)  Maintaining a good immune system is important to preventing disease, including prostate cancer. This is the reason that proper nutrition is so important. In order for your body to fight off disease, it needs the right nutrition to build your immune system. Some people believe that herbal treatments may not only help prevent prostate cancer, but may actually help impede the disease's .. (Prostate Cancer)

Prostate Cancer - An Overview

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 Sunil Rattu (October 30, 2008)  The prostate is a small, walnut shaped gland specific to only males. This gland is responsible for the production and storage of semen, which is then released during ejaculation. When prostate cancer develops, essentially what happens is that there is an abnormal cell growth in the prostate, which spreads to nearby tissue and eventually other areas of the body. While the cancer remains . (Prostate Cancer)

Male Testicular Cancer

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 Molly Congdon (October 29, 2008)  Testicular Cancer - It doesn't matter if your 20 or over 50, you should watch your health for serious matters such as testicular cancer. Truthfully you should start at 15 doing monthly testicular self-exams. Testicular cancer is the most common cancer found in men and can occur any time from the age of 16 on. This is the reason you should do a self-exam every month from age 15 on. .. (Prostate Cancer)

Poison Your Prostate Enough and You'll Create Prostate Cancer

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 Paul Rodgers (October 20, 2008)  The main male hormone, testosterone, is produced by the testicles and is critical to healthy prostate gland function. The male gland is responsible for producing a large percentage of a man's ejaculate, and it is healthy and desirable to fully drain this fluid regularly. With a little care and knowledge of your prostate, you can keep yourself healthy and pain-free. However, you need a .. (Prostate Cancer)

Coping With Prostate Cancer

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 Nir Rana (October 17, 2008)  Prostate Cancer diagnosis and treatment can prove very stressful and overwhelming. A diagnosis of prostate cancer triggers many emotions. There is fear, uncertainty, anger, anxiety, depression and sometimes self-pity or denial. However, hundreds of thousands of men have lived with the same experience. It will be easier if you draft a coping action plan to co-ordinate and sustain all .. (Prostate Cancer)

Waging War Against Prostate Cancer

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 Alice Lane (October 17, 2008)  The United States Military is the mightiest in the world. One reason for its strength is its use of cutting edge technology, cutting edge robots. Many reports have been given how the United States uses drones to attack the enemy from the air, or robots on the ground to disarm dangerous explosive devices. As technology has advanced we no longer have to picture robots being useful against . (Prostate Cancer)

Your Prostate Screening Test is Positive - So What!

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 Louis Dilts (October 14, 2008)  Most men panic when hearing the news. Let it be known, that the great majority of diagnosed prostate cancer patients will probably die of something else before prostate cancer takes their lives. Studies have shown that a very high percentage of cases are best left alone. Not all patients that have tested positive with the screening blood test (PSA) or that have enlarged prostates lead . (Prostate Cancer)

Major Study Shows Dissatisfaction Following Robotic Prostatectomy

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 A Doherty (October 10, 2008)  A major study of patient satisfaction and regret following open prostatectomy and robot-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy provides some important lessons for surgeons. * The research, recently published in the European Journal of Urology, shows 19 per cent of patients regretted their treatment choice and patients who had robot-assisted surgery were most likely to be dissatisfied. The . (Prostate Cancer)

Coping With Prostate Cancer

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 Sunil Rattu (October 09, 2008)  The Action Plan & Prostate Cancer and Stress A diagnosis of prostate cancer can be distressing, and it is not unusual for a patient to become overwhelmed, especially once treatment begins. To better cope with the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer it is important to put into place some type of action plan to help you through the difficult times ahead. Once you have been .. (Prostate Cancer)




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