Featured Topics about ProstRcision and Prostate Cancer.

What is PSA?

PSA is one of three major factors that are considered when evaluating a man’s particular case of prostate cancer. PSA stands for Prostate Specific Antigen. The word ‘specific’ means that this enzyme is produced only by prostate cells—whether normal prostate cells or prostate cancer cells. No other cells (lung, intestine, liver, etc.) make PSA. The…

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Candidate for ProstRcision

When it comes to treating a man’s prostate cancer, there are a handful of different routes to take. More than 180,890 men in the United States will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year, according to the American Cancer Society, and some treatment options are better for some men than others. When making the decision…

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Importance of Second Opinion

Knowledge and experience: These two simple factors are the most influential and powerful elements in any decision, or opinion-making process. They shape what we will choose to say and do within the specific context of the situation. When we choose to move forward down a specific route, it is because we have been influenced by…

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Prostate Cancer Patients At Hope Lodge

Video: An Evening At Hope Lodge with Joe Hall Joe Hall, the Patient Navigator Team leader at RCOG wanted to help get the word out about American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge. So Joe called up Danny Sheltz at Hope Lodge and asked if he could interview him, as well as patients that were currently staying there…

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The History and Success of ProstRcision

Prostate cancer survivor and ProstRcision alumni Joe Hall hosts Dr. Frank Critz to discuss the history and success of ProstRcision.  In this interview they talk about how ProstRcision compares to other types of treatment and the importance of understanding cure rate data. Click on the “play” button below to listen to the interview. Podcast: Play…

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