Articles and videos about treatment options for prostate cancer.
Overview of the surgical procedures used to treat prostate cancer.
A prostatectomy is the surgical removal of the prostate gland, surrounding tissue, and seminal vesicles for the treatment of prostate cancer.
A transurethral resection of the prostate (TURP) is a surgical procedure done to remove prostate tissue, which is performed through the urethra.
Radiation treatment can be used in the treatment of prostate cancer. This article provides information regarding the possible side effects of radiation treatment for prostate cancer.
Interfering with testosterone can slow the growth of prostate cancer but has significant side effects, including affects on sexuality, cardiac and bone health. This article provides tips and resources for managing these side effects.
Hormone therapy blocks the action of hormones that may fuel the growth of breast, prostate and some other cancers. Hormones are chemicals that are naturally produced by the organs making up the body's endocrine system.
Introduction to cyberknife, a type of radiation treatment that can be used for prostate cancer.