Invasion of the Prostate Snatchers: An Essential Guide to Managing Prostate Cancer for Patients and their Families
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and Europe--to read this engaging diary/resource written from the alternating perspectives of doctor and patient. Here's good advice based on the brave experiences of two compatible souls and medical mavericks. All rights reserved. He then gamely examines his own fear-driven homework on standard and alternative treatments: prostatectomy, cryosurgery, radiation, chemicals, and alternative approaches like Eastern medicine and lifestyle changes. Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. Yet in the end, Blum notes,
Cat's Meow said honestly, my friend had already made up his mind. I ordered this book to read for myself, and to share with my some very good friends of mine . a couple, where the man has recently been diagnosed with stage one prostate cancer. I thought this book would be especially helpful to him, because he is so early in the progressio. Liberty 1 said Somewhat refreshing!. Glad there is a medical oncologist who will not insist on a particular therapy and may be willing to work with your preferences. There needs to be a specialty in the field of prostate cancer where one is given unbiased and complete information. A urologist is a trained surg. Peace09 said GA is an awesome place to go. Any man that has been diagnosed with prostate cancer MUST read this book. Also, get another doctor opinion from another state. CTCA in Atlanta, GA is an awesome place to go.
Yet, according to a recent study, only one out of every forty-eight men who undergo this debilitating procedure survives longer than those who forgo surgery. Mark Scholz’s presentation of the newest scientific evidence, will liberate thousands of newly diagnosed men to pursue a noninvasive approach and thereby preserve normal sexual and urinary function.. In a unique collaboration, a patient and his doctor provide a new perspective on living with this disease. Radical prostatectomy is still the most widely recommended treatment for prostate cancer. Ralph Blum’s surprisingly entertaining twenty-year journey and eventual decision to treat his cancer as a “chronic condition,” together with Dr. Invasion of the Prostate Snatchers reports the latest thinking on prostate cancer management in clear, easy-to-understand prose