By Amy Norton NEW YORK | Mon Apr 5, 2010 12:37pm EDT (Reuters Health) - Despite the popularity of robot-assisted procedures for prostate cancer, when it comes to men's long-term quality of life, patients with earlier stage cancers generally fare ... Read more »
A number of options for prostate surgery
By Liz Szabo, USA TODAY Studies presented this past weekend may help men weigh the risks and benefits of different types of prostate surgery. Learn More ... Read more »
We believe that if the USPSTF recommendation is adopted, it will result in a public health tragedy within 5-10 years. Consider the SEER data where-in from 1972-1991 (pre-PSA) deaths from prostate cancer increased 27% from 30.97/100,000 men to ... Read more »
Minimally Invasive Prostate Surgery — Michael Fabrizio, M.D., F.A.C.S.
Michael Fabrizio, MD, FACS, of Urology of Virginia, explains how the minimally invasive da Vinci robotic surgery system at Bon Secours DePaul helps surgeons treat prostate cancer with better outcomes and quicker patient recovery. ... Read more »
Active Immunotherapy: Could It Benefit Men at An Earlier Stage of Prostate Cancer?
In this video, Dr. Paul Schellhammer discusses recent research that suggests that active immunotherapy could be used to treat earlier stages of prostate cancer and shares his perspective about what he believes this means for men with less advanced ... Read more »
Doctor Says Screenings, Treatments Saved His Life
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First Paired Kidney Exchange at Sentara is a Success
Collin and Jacki Bruce of Smithfield both recovering after surgeries Norfolk, VA (December 7, 2011) – Collin Bruce went into an operating room at Sentara Norfolk General Hospital at 5:15 a.m. on Tuesday morning to donate a kidney to a stranger far ... Read more »
Local couple undergoes “kidney swap”
by Lucy Bustamante WVEC.com Posted on December 6, 2011 at 6:26 PM Updated Tuesday, Dec 6 at 6:42 PM NORFOLK – A local couple has just undergone surgery after signing up for a kidney swap. ... Read more »