Radioligand therapy (RLT) using Lu-177 labelled PSMA for metastatic prostate cancer

Radioligand therapy (RLT) using Lu-177 labelled PSMA is a novel and promising therapeutic approach to treat metastatic prostate cancer. We explain how the therapy works. Lu-177 PSMA Therapy is an emerging therapeutic method for the palliative treatment of advanced metastatic prostate cancer, which is offered as an individual medical treatment. An individual medical treatment is the…

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How Electricity Can Effectively Kill Cancer

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men, affecting 25% of all men. The standard treatments are time-consuming and associated with significant side effects. A new retrospective study shows: Irreversible Electroporation (IRE) makes it possible to treat prostate cancer more efficiently, more specifically and with fewer side effects. Prostate cancer, with an estimated 307,000…

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Prostate Cancer is a Women’s Problem?

Prostate Cancer is a Women’s Problem? The American Cancer Society states that after skin cancer, prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men. One out of every six men in America is at risk of developing prostate cancer by the age 50 or younger. While these statistics are overwhelming for men, is prostate…

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Dr. Ross Schwartzberg – Prostate Cancer San Diego – Talk Radio

In a relatively light-hearted interview for such a serious topic Dr. Schwartzberg talks about Prostate Cancer and outlines in clear terms some of the essential truths that most men need to understand. The key points are: Prostate Cancer is the #1 cancer issue for men. He explains that it is so common that 80% of…

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Five Prostate Cancer Treament Options

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Doctors and healthcare professionals (including oncology specialists, scientists, physician assistants, and others) often work together to establish a targeted treatment plan for prostate cancer taking a multidisciplinary approach. It is very important to gain adequate knowledge about the various treatments, including their goals and possible side effects, to make the right decision. A successful treatment…

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5 Things to know about PSA numbers

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PSA or prostate specific antigen is a molecule secreted by both normal and cancerous cells of the prostate gland. PSA is commonly linked to prostate cancer because cancerous tissue can increase PSA levels. Because of this, a prostate cancer screening test usually consists of the measurement of the PSA level in the blood. High PSA…

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MRI and Nanoknife/IRE treatment for Prostate Cancer in San Diego

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“Living better in San Diego” interviewed Dr. Ross Schwartzberg on the topic of Prostate Cancer. You can listen the to the interview by clicking on the attached link. http://www.kson.com/media/audio-channel/prostatecenterofsdmixmonomp3 The main points of the interview are: Dr. Schwartzberg and Dr. Cooper are radiologists that have established a new clinic in San Diego for the treatment…

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Your man has prostate cancer!

Your man has prostate cancer

If your man has recently been diagnosed with prostate cancer, you may be feeling frightened, discouraged or overwhelmed. If you are wondering how you can support your partner, the following are some things to consider. Before choosing a treatment Your loved one is most likely going to be under a great deal of stress after…

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What women need to know about prostate cancer

What women need to know about prostate cancer

Prostate cancer is not a womans disease. However, chances are that one of your loved ones (partner, father, brother) may be affected by prostate cancer at some point in his life. While 50 percent of prostate cancer cases occur in men over the age of 65, it can affect younger men as well. The following…

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