Let’s pretend that you are a prostate cancer patient whose doctor, a well-known robotic surgeon, recommends robotic-assisted radical prostatectomy (RRP). He makes some very persuasive points: Based on the Partin tables you have less than a 12% chance of biochemical recurrence (rising PSA) in three years after treatment. He’ll “get it all out” and you keep reading
I have previously written about the role of exercise in lowering the risk of developing prostate cancer (See https://sperlingprostatecenter.com/news-flash-exercise-may-decrease-risk-prostate-cancer/). In fact, quite a bit of research has been published about actual changes in the gene mechanisms that control tumor activity as a result of exercise. As a firm believer in our ability to prevent prostate keep reading
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