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Prostate cancer is the second-deadliest cancer in men. It's scary, and myths about it abound.
By Kurtis Bright
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by Giddy Staff
New tests and technology are leading to better detection and individualized treatment.
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Understanding the key components that drive the disease can help you make screening choices.
You made it through the initial diagnosis. What happens next will determine a course of action.
You've been referred to a urologist because an exam revealed something. What comes next?
It's often difficult to see this disease coming. Find out why—and what you should watch for.
Medical modalities are ever-improving, but surgery and radiation can be rough on the body.
While interventions have come a long way, a major procedure might be the only option.
Treating the disease is not all (prostatectomy) or nothing. You have not-so-drastic options.
Follow-up care and lifestyle adjustments are crucial to managing the expected long-term issues.
The weeks and months after intervention can be trying, even if all goes well.
Men who lose member length after a radical prostate cancer procedure can get some of it back.
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