Most men if they live long enough will have a problem with their prostate. This is a highly active gland and therefore susceptible to cancer. It is therefore important to know how and when to be tested for prostate cancer. One of the UK’s leading experts is consultant urologist Mr Rick Popert and he has specifically prepared an article for in Capital Health to answer, in plain English, the questions that all men ask.
If you are diagnosed with prostate cancer, the treatment technology has evolved rapidly even in the past six months and so you will need to find out what method will be most appropriate for you.
When you need prostate treatment it is important to find somewhere which has access to:
Laparoscopic Robotic Assisted
External Beam Radiation with Hormones
High Intensity Focussed Ultrasound (HIFU)
The latest radiotherapy techniques
Appropriate surgical or medical treatment expertise,