Type of Surgery
Traditionally, prostrate cancer growths that have not spread beyond the prostate are surgically removed by cutting through the abdomen or the skin. Nowadays, some surgeons favor less-invasive laparoscopic surgery, which makes use of a series of tiny incisions and cutting-edge technology to minimize risk.
Training, Location, Expertise - Finding an Oncologist
Once you discover that you have been diagnosed with cancer, seeking rapid and definitive treatment is critical to surviving and ultimately beating the...
How to Find and Choose an Oncologist - Cancer Surgery Specialist
‘Surgical oncologist’ is a somewhat slippery term. To begin with, operations to treat cancer are not only limited to surgical oncologists...
What Could Be Happening During Your Surgery
As surgical techniques advance in sophistication, there are a number of intraoperative procedures that could be taking place during your surgery....
Better disease detection, progression measurement and treatment response should soon be possible through a new technology to measure once difficult-to-find cancer cells that may be circulating through a patient's blood
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