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One of our primary goals is to help newly diagnosed men to come to the best possible decision for them about a specific course of action. Given two men with exactly the same clinical characteristics, the best possible decision for man A may be very different to the best possible decision for man B.
Started by Stephen Pendergast on Thursday.
I'm 56 years old18 months ago my prostate was removed (Gleason 7)then PSA was undetectable, I thought I was saved but...8 months ago PSA was 0.10, one month later 0.11 one month later 0.11 then 0.12…Continue
Started by Delhasse. Last reply by Steve Thomas on Sunday.
Men are going from the US to Dominican Republic and other places for HIFU. This is a form of tourism for men who have means. And men come to the US for surgery, radiation, and more; they too have…Continue
Started by Arnon Krongrad, MD. Last reply by Ronald Martin Rosen Oct 6.
In the new, Nov, 2014, issue of Consumer Reports, page 43, they talk about "Outrage No. 3 Pushing the New and Flashy" - talking about Laparoscopic instruments, and indirectly the LRP. They say that…Continue
Started by Sam. Last reply by E. Michael D. ("Mike") Scott Oct 4.
Mr.Mark Emberton & his colleagues Mr. Hashim Ahmed, et. al who perform HIFU intervention at University College Hospital have been meticulously collecting outcome data for years. For those of you…Continue
Started by Ronald Martin Rosen. Last reply by Ronald Martin Rosen Sep 17.