"My life is perfectly normal"
"The first time I've shared it with a couple of very close friends but I wanted to wait to put a lot of distance there and ideally told procedure was FDA-approved to talk about it so I can look back and say I had this three years ago..." and he adds he was back to normal activity within hours and has experienced none of the side effects associated with more traditional treatment methods.
If you are diagnosed with prostate cancer, it is important to take an active part in understanding your disease and making choices about your course of care. The information on in this video is designed to educate and empower both you and your loved ones to make informed decisions about your treatment path.
Prostate cancer is one of most common types of cancer among American men, second only to skin cancer. Prostate cancer is usually found in men over the age of 65.It is more common in African American men than in any other racial group in the U.S. If your father or brother has had prostate cancer, then you are more likely to develop the disease.