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


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 […]

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 […]

Common Symptoms of Advanced Prostate Cancer

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What are some common symptoms of advanced prostate cancer? How do you know if you have prostate cancer? The only definitive way to know if you have cancer is to see a doctor and have some tests done. But, there are some common symptoms of prostate cancer that you should look out for. Dr. Howard […]

Psychological Effects of a Prostate Cancer Diagnosis


What are the psychological effects of a prostate cancer diagnosis? Feeling anxious, tired, or sad after your prostate cancer diagnosis? This can be a very trying time. If you’re not careful, these feelings can lead to depression. Don’t underestimate the psychological effects of a prostate cancer diagnosis. Dr. Beverly Yoches knows what you are going […]

Worried About Your Rectal Exam for Prostate Cancer?


Describing a rectal exam for prostate cancer. Are you worried about having to undergo a rectal exam? Many men have fears associated with these important screening procedures. Don’t let your emotions get the best of you! Rectal exams for prostate cancer save lives! Dr. Bevan-Thomas has some words that will help to set your mind […]

I Have No Symptoms, How Can I Still Have Prostate Cancer?

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How can you have prostate cancer without symptoms? The prostate is a gland that wraps around the urine channel. It may be hard to believe that a man could have prostate cancer without symptoms. Dr. Richard Bevan-Thomas, Urologist & Prostate Cancer Specialist, discusses how this may be possible in the video below. Matters of the […]

The Importance of Early Detection of Prostate Cancer


Why is early detection important with prostate cancer? It should come as no surprise that it is best to have prostate cancer diagnosed early. Why is this? There are a number of reasons that early detection of prostate cancer is important and Dr. Richard Bevan-Thomas discusses a few in this video. Having regular prostate cancer […]

Prostate Cancer Research and Awareness with PCRI


How does PCRI contribute to prostate cancer research and awareness? The Prostate Cancer Research Institute has been contributing to prostate cancer research and awareness since it was founded in 1996. Dr. Mark Sholz, one of the founding doctors, explains what PCRI does exactly and how that benefits men. A patient who understands his disease and […]

Is Active Surveillance Right for You?

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Is active treatment a good treatment option for some men with prostate cancer? Patients electing active surveillance for prostate cancer has become commonplace in the United States in recent years. Recent advances in technology have made what used to be an option for older men available for men of all ages who’s prostate cancer has […]

Emotions after A Prostate Cancer Diagnosis

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What emotions do you experience after a prostate cancer diagnosis? A cancer diagnosis can be scary for everyone involved. Does it get better? Marlys Johnson, wife of nine-year prostate cancer survivor Gary Johnson, says the fear and anxiety subside after dealing with the disease for a while. They have a few methods for dealing with […]

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