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VIDEO: Dr. Sidney Radomski, “Erectile Dysfunction and Urinary Incontinence after Prostate Cancer Treatment”

November 2013 Scotiabank Awareness Night “Erectile Dysfunction and Urinary Incontinence after Prostate Cancer Treatment” Dr.Sidney Radomski MD, FRCSC Director, Urodynamics Laboratory,Toronto Western Hospital,part of University Health Network Professor, Dept. of Surgery (Urology), University of Toronto   CLICK ON THE ARROW TO START THE VIDEO Click here for The Complete Presentation 55 minutes \ The compete presentation is available in 3 parts. Click here forPresentation Part 1, Incontinence Click here for Presentation Part 2, Erectile Dysfunction Click here forPresentation Part 3, Erectile Dysfunction Click here for Winston Klass Thanks Dr. Radomski Introduction by Winston Klass Complete Presentation 55:09 minutes Return to …

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Power walking could reduce the risk of aggressive prostate cancer

Power walking could reduce the risk of aggressive prostate cancer: Men who can walk three miles an hour have a lower risk *  Men who walked fast before getting cancer have tumours with regularly shaped blood vessels – these are less aggressive and easier to treat *  Men who walked at three miles per hour before diagnosis have 8% more regularly shaped blood vessels than those who walked at 1.5 miles per hour *  The researchers think exercise could be equally beneficial for people with other cancers Read the article.

PCa Control Similar with Radiation, Radical Surgery

An Interview with Frank Critz, MD Some may find it surprising that Frank A. Critz, MD—a radiation oncologist who focuses on prostate cancer—generally considers radical prostatectomy to be the go-to treatment for localized disease. But now that he and fellow investigators have completed a 25-year study showing radiation therapy outcomes to be equal to those of radical prostatectomy under the strict surgical definition of prostate cancer control (The Journal of Urology 2013;189[3]: 878-883), Dr. Critz—the founder and medical director of Radiotherapy Clinics of Georgia–Decatur (an affiliate of Vantage Oncology), can comfortably recommend both options to patients. Read the article.  (Free …

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VIDEO: J.L. Chin M.D.,Minimally Invasive Treatment, Modalities for Prostate Cancer

September 19, 2013 “Minimally Invasive Treatment, Modalities for Prostate Cancer” J.L.Chin M.D. Professor of Urology & Oncology University of Western Ontario Researcher and Author. CLICK ON THE ARROW TO START THE VIDEO Click here for Part 1, Cryotherapy Click here forPart 2, Cryotherapy, Focal Therapy Click here forPart 3, HIFU, Brachytherapy , High Dose Brachytherapy Click here forPart 4, Robotic System, Cyberknife, Nanoknife,Transurethral Ultrasound Ablation Click here for Part 5, Robotic Prostatectectamy, da Vinci System Click here forPart 1, Questions and Answers Click here forPart 2 Questions & Answers Click here forThank You by Glen Tolhurst Introduction by Gerry Pielsticker …

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Combine treatment for moderate to high risk prostate cancer

Men with intermediate or high-risk localised prostate cancer should be given a combination of radical radiotherapy and androgen deprivation therapy, rather than radical radiotherapy or androgen deprivation therapy alone, recommends newly updated guidance [publications.nice.org.uk] from the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE), published today. Read the article.

New prostate cancer treatment guidelines in UK

8th January 2014 – New guidance for the NHS in England on how best to diagnose and treat prostate cancer has been published by the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). The guidance aims to ensure that men are given information about the treatment options available, even if they are not available locally, as well as help choosing the best option to suit them. Read more.

Low-Fat Fish Oil Diet May Alter Prostate Tumor Biology

Men with early-stage prostate cancer who ate a low-fat diet supplemented with fish oil had lower amounts of pro-inflammation molecules in their blood and lower prostate tumor cell proliferation compared with men who ate a high-fat Western diet. Read the article.

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