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SURGERY For Prostate Gland Cancer

If you are diagnosed with early-stage prostate cancer, found only in the prostate, surgery may be recommended. Surgery may also be an option in advanced prostate cancer, to control symptoms. 496 more words

What is Prostate Cancer?

Cancer can start any place in the body. Prostate cancer starts in the prostate gland. Prostate Gland Cancer It starts when cells in the prostate grow out of control and crowd out normal cells. 812 more words

A picture is worth 1000 words.

This weeks blog is probably the shortest but definitely the hardest to write. This is because it is dad’s message to all men. Myself and mum have had to think long and hard about whether or not we were going to share it. 1,008 more words

Trials and Tribulations

Topics covered: Emotions, support, Prostate Cancer UK nurses, drug trials & performance scales to assess suitability for drug trials.

I’ve been thinking about what it must be like to be told that you have prostate cancer. 1,275 more words

Day 2,722 – No Probability for Me

I’m one of those people who always thinks of a snappy comeback—three days after the conversation.

Over the weekend, I reflected on my conversation with the doctor last Thursday, and one of the things that I failed to ask was what probability he would assign to the notion that my increasing PSA is attributable to benign residual prostate tissue instead of returning cancer. 699 more words

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Dr Naval Kumar - Top 10 Health Issues Indian Women Should Know About

1. Cancer of the breast: Otherwise known as the C word. The occurrence of cancer in Indian women is now progressively prevalent. According to a recent report by the earth Health Organization, one in twelve women will develop cancer sooner or later in their life. 1,279 more words

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Cancer + The Law

Monica Bryant, a cancer rights attorney, is part of the four-woman team behind Triage Cancer.

Prostatepedia spoke with Ms. Bryant about legal and employer issues facing prostate cancer patients. 1,038 more words