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Yet another new type of HIFU is now in Phase II clinical trials

Another breathless media release has announced enrollment of the first patient into a Phase II clinical trial of yet another new form of high-intensity, focused ultrasound (HIFU) in men with low-risk and favorable, intermediate-risk, localized prostate cancer. 445 more words

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An Additional Solution for the Treatment of Prostate Cancers and One with Much Less Unintended Effects

Cancer of the prostate stays very common, thanks largely to the long life duration of men today. Due to this fact, new therapies are regularly being introduced, and several medical doctors are using high intensity… 272 more words

Cancer

An Alternative Option for Treating Prostate Tumors and One with Far Fewer Negative Effects

Prostate cancer stays very common, thanks largely to the increased life duration of guys today. Because of this, completely new therapies are often being introduced, and some doctors are making use of high intensity focused ultrasound or… 267 more words

Cancer

An Alternative Possibility to Help Treat Prostate Cancer and One with Far Fewer Negative Effects

Prostate cancer continues to be quite normal, thanks largely to the long life span of men these days. Due to this fact, brand new therapies are regularly being formulated, and some medical doctors are actually using… 274 more words

Cancer

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“Due diligence”: Bensalem resident tells his story of diagnosis and treatment during Prostate Cancer Awareness Month

Josh Lerman found out this year that he has prostate cancer. He’s scared, of course, but not as much as one might think. That’s because, in a way, he’s been preparing for this diagnosis for years. 820 more words

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Let's call this "new technology" what it is; it's a form of HIFU

According to information in the Boston Herald earlier today, researchers at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston (one of the main teaching hospitals associated with Harvard University) are testing a new form of technology to treat localized prostate cancer. 534 more words

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