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Latest Blog Posts for Prostate Cancer Star

  • The Radical Retropubic Prostatectomy
    on Aug 12, 2016 in Treatments
    Radical retropubic prostatectomy is a common technique for removing the prostate gland as well as surrounding tissue. To complete this surgery, the surgeon makes an incision in the lower portion of the abdomen in order to gain access to the prostate.
  • The Basics of Prostatectomy Surgery
    on Jul 27, 2016 in Procedures
    Prostate cancer is the second most common type of malignancy diagnosed in men in the United States. In men over fifty, it is actually the most common form. When a growth on the prostate becomes malignant, a prostatectomy is often in order. Put simply...
  • How To Prevent Prostate Cancer
    on Jul 27, 2016 in General Information
    Here are some things that you can do to better your chances of avoiding this disease. Men, especially those 40 years of age or older, should definitely consider the steps that they can take to help prevent prostate cancer. (Of course, you can never...
  • Radical Perineal Prostatectomy Explained
    on Jul 23, 2016 in Procedures
    So what is radical perineal prostatectomy? It may not be as common as other related surgical techniques, but there are some circumstances in which this is the procedure of choice. In this surgery, the prostate gland is removed through a small incisio...
  • What Is Prostate Cancer?
    on Jul 22, 2016 in General Information
    Prostate cancer is a disease in which cancer develops in the male reproductive gland. Although there are cases in which the cancer stays localized to the prostate, it is not uncommon for the disease to spread to other parts of the body if not caught...
  • Non-Surgical Treatment Options for Prostate CancerIf you are diagnosed with prostate cancer, there is a good chance that your doctor will want to discuss surgical options with you. That being said, a surgery is not the only way that you can go about fighting this disease. Many men have made the pers...
  • Holistic and Alternative Treatments for Prostate Cancer
    on Jul 16, 2016 in General Information
    For men diagnosed with prostate cancer, holistic and complementary therapy is becoming increasingly popular and gaining more serious attention from the medical community. There are a couple of important reasons to consider holistic therapy. For some...
  • Is Genistein Concentrated Polysaccharide (GCP) the Future of Prostate Cancer Treatment?
    on Jul 16, 2016 in Procedures
    Genistein Concentrated Polysaccharide, also known as GCP, is being researched as a possible treatment method for prostate cancer. Just like most trials, there is not a lot of solid data available at this time. That being said, early results have show...
  • Da Vinci Robotic Surgery Basics
    on Jul 16, 2016 in Procedures
    In years past, men in need of a prostatectomy did not have many choices. Generally speaking, surgery was performed in an open manner, known as an “open prostatectomy”. This type of surgery required several large incisions as well as a rel...
  • Cryosurgical Treatment for Prostate Cancer (Cryotherapy)
    on Jul 16, 2016 in Procedures
    Although the cryosurgical option for treating prostate cancer hasn’t been around all that long (early 1990s), it has been proven an effective choice in treating prostate cancer. Many surgeons rely on this procedure time after time and some pati...
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