Choosing the Right Prostate Cancer Treatment

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What’s the Right Prostate Cancer Treatment for Me? There are many things to consider when trying to choose the prostate cancer treatment that is right for you. Most men diagnosed with prostate cancer haven’t had the disease spread beyond the gland and may be classified as low risk. Others may have more advanced stages of […]

What to Expect After Prostate Cancer Surgery

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What Happens After Prostate Cancer Surgery? A newly diagnosed prostate cancer patient often have one thing on his mind – prostate cancer surgery. Many patients reached out to us, wondering what they should expect after prostate cancer surgery. According to New York Urologist Dr. David Albala, the most important thing you need to be concerned […]

What is the Life Expectancy of Prostate Cancer?

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What is the life expectancy of prostate cancer? After the shock of a prostate cancer diagnosis, many men wonder about life expectancy. “Will I survive?” is a common question. The good news is that when prostate cancer is caught early, it is a very survivable disease. That’s why early screening and detection is so important. […]

What are the Biggest Fears of a Newly Diagnosed Prostate Cancer Patient?

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Dr. Bevan-Thomas covers common fears of newly diagnosed prostate cancer patients It goes without saying that being diagnosed with prostate cancer can be scary. Nobody wants to hear the words: “you have cancer.” However, not all prostate cancer are the same. Some are high-risk and aggressive, some are lower-risk and may not even require treatment. […]

Clinical and Pathological Staging for Prostate Cancer: What’s the Difference?

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What is the difference between clinical and pathological staging for prostate cancer? It is important for cancer patients to be familiar with the staging process and terminology. Many patients get confused when first learning about staging and staging terms. Dr. Richard Bevan-Thomas provides a thorough explanation of it all in the video below. A lot […]

What Role Does PSA Level Play When Assessing Risk and Treatment Options for Prostate Cancer?

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How doctors use the PSA level to determine prostate cancer risk and treatment options. The time during a prostate cancer diagnosis can be very stressful. It is a lot of information to digest, on top of biopsies and tests and numbers. One constant a recently diagnosed prostate cancer patient will hear often is the PSA […]

What to Expect after a Prostate Cancer Biopsy?

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What happens after a prostate cancer biopsy? A prostate cancer biopsy uses ultrasound imaging to guide several small needles through the rectum wall into areas of the prostate. These needles extract tissue samples to test for cancerous cells. What happens next? Dr. Richard Bevan-Thomas goes over what happens after a prostate cancer biopsy in this […]

Who is Eligible for the Oncotype DX Test?

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Dr. Bevan-Thomas explains what type of patients can benefit from the Oncotype DX test Choosing active surveillance for prostate cancer is not always an easy decision. It is difficult to know that you have been diagnosed with a disease like prostate cancer, yet choose to just monitor the progress rather than directly treat the disease […]

Baseball Hall-of-Famer Joe Torre Kicks Off Prostate Cancer Education Campaign

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Joe Torre kicks off “Your Prostate Your Decision” in response to lack of awareness about treatment options In partnership with with baseball legend Joe Torre and three of the leading national patient advocacy organizations, Men’s Health Network, Prostate Health Education Network, ZERO – the End of Prostate Cancer, Genomic Health has launched Your Prostate Your Decision to […]

Preparing for Your Prostate Cancer Doctor’s Visit

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How should I prepare for a prostate cancer doctor’s visit? Joel Nowak is a three time cancer survivor. He has had prostate cancer twice. In this video offers some advice on how to prepare for a prostate cancer doctor’s visit. He always recommends patients bring someone with them. Patients may hear their doctor differently from […]


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