What To Do If You're Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer

What To Do If You’re Diagnosed With Prostate Cancer – Dr. David Samadi

Dr. David Samadi states that ‘the one size fits all approach’ is incorrect if someone is diagnosed with prostate cancer. Surgery is his preferred choice of treatment as the prostate is removed and the only available treatment option with accurate staging.

The PSA after surgery should be zero will be undetectable.

If prostate cancers recurs after surgery, a patient can consider radiation. However, if a patient gets radiation treatment options such as Cyberknife or seed implants first, surgery cannot be considered as a second line of defense.

Dr. David Samadi | Robotic Prostate Surgeon
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ProstateCancer911.com is a resource created by Dr. David Samadi in order to raise awareness and get more men to receive prostate cancer treatment. The information is strictly general and you should always discuss with your doctor issues concerning your health.

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