April 29, 2015 Just 8 percent of doctors practicing urology are female. But urologists treat kidneys and urinary tracts, not just prostates and penises. That male-focused image may be scaring patients away.
A study should help men facing prostate cancer treatment get a better sense of how good their sexual function will be down the road.
September 20, 2011 Around half in a group of men who had surgery or radiation for prostate cancer recovered or maintained sexual function, researchers found. The finding should give men facing prostate cancer treatment a more realistic idea of what to expect before starting down the road.
May 17, 2011 A head-to-head study of waiting versus surgery for men with early prostate cancer found that, overall, there was no survival benefit for men who had their prostates removed.
May 4, 2011 A long-running study suggests that surgical removal of the prostate gland in young men diagnosed with low-risk prostate cancer may be better than waiting to see if it gets worse. Still, a study of the treatment options has limitations.
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