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Treating Prostate Cancer By Close Monitoring or ActiveSurveillance

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in older men and second most common cause of death due to cancer in men over the age of 50.  674 more words

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What do Jose Torres, John Kerry, and Jerry Lewis have in common?  They all have prostate cancer and have been successfully treated.  Nearly 250,000 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year and nearly 30,000 men will die of prostate cancer.  365 more words

Mammograms May Help Find Other Health Concerns

Women who bristle about going in for routine mammograms may have a new reason to put this screening test on their priority list. Recent research has shown that this simple annual test may also help doctors more readily detect clogging of the arteries in its earlier phases. 256 more words

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Diagnosis Decisions: Is Active Surveillance the Right Prostate Cancer Treatment Choice for You?

We’re launching a new blog series to help provide some direction to the decision making process that typically follows a cancer diagnosis. To kick off the series, we sat down with Dr. 770 more words
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Prostate Cancer Treatment - Natural Cures That Could Save Your Life

Fighting alone with any disease, be it a simple one or complex, can be depressing and lead to severe consequences.Therefore, it is recommended to take the guidance of an expert when you fall prey to a disease that you think can be dangerous to your health. 261 more words

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Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer Remains Difficult to Stop

While many of the men diagnosed with prostate cancer in the coming year will find their form of the disease is relatively easy to treat and most likely quite survivable, that is not always the case. 273 more words

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From TUM: "Gamma probe guides surgeons"

Techniche Universitat Munchen

13.07.2016
PD Dr. med. Tobias Maurer
Klinik und Poliklinik für Urologie
E-mail: tobias.maurer@tum.de
Tel.: +49-89-4140-2522


Radioligands developed at TUM make it possible to visualize metastases while they are still very small. 1,016 more words

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