jueves, 16 de marzo de 2017

Which of today’s prostate treatments is best for your future?

Harvard Health Publications
Harvard Health Publications

Could you suffer complications from prostate treatments you never needed?

Most men are almost certain to face a prostate disease. It could be the pain of prostatitis, the discomfort and embarrassment of BPH, or the life-altering implications of prostate cancer.
The 2017 Annual Report on Prostate Diseases arms you with the information you need to make the best choices for your condition, your comfort, your expectations, and your priorities.
The answers you need — from testing to treatment — in one book!
This Annual examines today’s diagnostic and treatment options fully and frankly. It’s the impartial resource you want before making those choices that can so impact your hopes and plans, your continued physical health, and your ongoing peace of mind.
And that may begin with the PSA test. The test remains a subject of debate. The Annual brings clarity to the controversy so you can decide if it is right — or wrong — for you. Plus, you’ll read about advances in screening — from biomarkers to MRI-guided biopsies — that offer more precise diagnoses with far fewer complications.
You’ll find the treatment options that meet the challenge — and your concerns.
You’ll discover an emerging surgical option for prostate cancer that preserves better sexual function, a breakthrough radiation therapy that cuts time and complications, why more men are opting for active surveillance, and the one essential for boosting the odds of successful surgery.
You’ll be briefed on four simple steps to end those late night bathroom trips, the surprising prostatitis trigger that you can control, how lasers are changing BPH surgery, how diet — and drink — can lower the risk of BPH and prostate cancer, how the leading ED medications compare, and more.
From first page to last, your interests are front and center!
Decisions don’t get much more personal than the ones you’re asked to make when you’re diagnosed with a prostate disease. This Annual is written to give direction to those very personal decisions. It is empowering reading. It will give you the input you need for the outcome you want. Don’t wait. Send for your copy of The 2017 Annual Report on Prostate Diseases today!
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To your good health,
Marc B. Garnick, M.D.
Editor in Chief, 2017 Annual Report on Prostate Diseases
Gorman Brothers Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School

2017 Annual Report on Prostate Diseases
The 2017 Annual Report on Prostate Diseases includes:
Monitoring prostate health
Prostate cancer
An international perspective
Prostate enlargement (benign prostatic hyperplasia)
Inflammation of the prostate (prostatitis)
Erectile dysfunction and urinary incontinence
And so much more!
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