What happens to you during a prostate examination and what the doctor is looking for.
Internet spokespersonality Hal Burly (David Beeler) makes us all aware of the prostate with the help of his doctor (Tom Konkle) and the virtues of the tomato.
Dr. Benzinger from secondopinion**** with health information on prostate and cancer.
It is estimated more than two million men are living with prostate cancer in the United States, with about one in six expected to get the disease at some point in their lives, according to the American Cancer Society. Thankfully, new treatment technologies are making surviving the disease more likely than ever. But there's a catch -- more and more Americans are too large to be treated using traditional equipment.
Enter CTVision, which combines top of the line CT and radiation technologies to locate tumors and to deliver radiation therapy directly to them. This results in better and more effective cancer treatment for patients of all shapes and sizes.
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A team of specialists work together, combining their skills and pooling their knowledge to provide you with expert care and advice concerning the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer.
Cancer survivors share their reaction to the diagnosis of prostate cancer.
Prostate cancer survivor Mr. Jarvis Patton & Dr. Donald Urban discuss the choice of surgical removal of the prostate.
Prostate cancer survivor Mr. Ernest Barbuti & Dr. Donald Urban discuss the choice of radiation treatment for prostate cancer.
Dr. Donald Urban discusses the choice of radiation seed implant treatment for prostate cancer.
Dr. Donald Urban, Director of the UAB Multidisciplinary Prostate Clinic and prostate cancer survivor, Jarvis Patton discuss the possible side effects of surgery for prostate cancer.
Dr. Donald Urban, Director of the UAB Multidisciplinary Prostate Clinic, discusses the risk factors for prostate cancer.
For most men, the initial thought after receiving their diagnosis centers on prostate cancer treatments. Fortunately, the options are many, though some therapies respond to various cancer stages better than others.