How Does Focal Laser Ablation Work?

MRI prostate cancer treatment - Sperling Prostate Center
A glance back in history reveals that not so many years ago, a prostatectomy to remove prostate cancer was a long and bloody surgery. It meant days in the hospital, a month of recovery, and higher rates of incontinence and ED than today’s robot-assisted laparascopic techniques. In comparison, today’s minimalist focal treatments for appropriate patients keep reading

How to Survive Prostate Cancer: All, Nothing at All, or Something In Between?

Testosterone use and the prostate - Sperling Prostate Center
What’s the best way to deal with prostate cancer (PCa)? The obvious answer is, do something about it. For decades, “doing something” meant radical prostatectomy (RP). In other words, surgically remove it all. More recently, the pendulum has started swinging the other way in a surge toward active surveillance (AS). From 2010 to 2015, the keep reading

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