New Study: Prostate Surgery and ED

New Study: Prostate Surgery and ED

In the United States approximately 192,000 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2020.1 The average age at diagnosis is 66 and most men live to an average age of 78.6 years.2 That is over a decade men must live with the side effects of prostate cancer...
What’s New in Prostate Cancer?

What’s New in Prostate Cancer?

What’s new in prostate cancer? A lot. It’s worth doing your research and understanding your options. If your PSA is going up, here are some things to consider: Obtain a prostate MRI prior to seeing a Urologist. Historically, primary care physicians (PCP) will...

IMRT vs Protons for Prostate Cancer

Many men with prostate cancer want to understand the difference between IMRT, conventional radiation offered by their local radiation oncologist, and specialized radiation with Proton Therapy.  IMRT stands for Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy and has been the...