When Should Men be Screened for Prostate Cancer?


Dr. Nelson talks about when men should be screened for prostate cancer Prostate cancer is the most common solid tumor in men in the United States.¬† Approximately, 230,000 men are diagnosed every year with prostate cancer, about 30,000 men a year die from prostate cancer. This has¬†significantly decreased almost 50% from what it was 20 […]

Survivor Story: What Men Should Know About Prostate Cancer

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Former NFL player Todd McMillon shares what men should know about prostate cancer Todd McMillion was diagnosed with prostate cancer when he was just 39 years old. What saved him was knowing that he had a family history of prostate cancer, and getting regular PSA tests as a result. What Todd wants you to know […]

At What Age and How Often Should You Get Your Prostate Screened?


Dr. Bevan-Thomas talks about prostate cancer screening guidelines Prostate cancer is very survivable if caught early. As is the case with most cancers, early detection is key. But there is a lot of conflicting information out there on when men should be screened. Those with a family history of prostate cancer should be screened much […]

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 […]

What to Expect after a Prostate Cancer Biopsy?


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 […]

When should a man begin prostate cancer screening?

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When should I be screened? Prostate cancer is the number two cancer killer in America. Thankfully, we have reduced the mortality rate by 48% in the last 20 years. This reduction is due mostly to improvements in our ability to diagnose the disease. Prostate-specific antigen, or PSA, tests were first used in the nineties. Digital […]

Treatment Options for Stage III Prostate Cancer


What are the options for Stage 3 prostate cancer? A diagnosis of Stage 3 prostate cancer means the cancer is present outside the prostate gland. Advanced imaging techniques are generally needed to make the diagnosis. Once diagnosed, there are several different treatment options available for patients. Dr. Howard Tay is a Urologist with experience in […]

Treatment Options for Stage II Prostate Cancer

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What are the treatment options for Stage II prostate cancer? If prostate cancer has progressed to Stage 2, that generally means that your doctor has found a lump or nodule on the prostate. Usually the prostate must be removed. There are several ways surgeons can do this. Dr. Howard Tay is a Urologist experienced with […]

Treatment Options for Stage I Prostate Cancer

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What are some treatment options for Stage 1 prostate cancer? Stage 1 prostate cancer is generally the most treatable variety. What do these treatments look like? There are several different methods for treating Stage 1 prostate cancer. Dr. Howard Tay goes over some in this video. From active surveillance to surgery, each person’s treatment is […]

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 […]

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