Treatment choices are generally based on the patient's age, the stage and grade of the cancer, overall health status, and the patient's personal preferences for the risks and benefits of each therapy.
Patients should be aware that doctors may be biased to prefer a specific treatment depending on their specialty, with urologists and medical oncologists tending to recommend watchful waiting, surgery, or hormone therapy and radiation oncologists recommending radiation therapy. It is always...Read more
While I am vacationing in New Mexico, I combined a little business with pleasure by visiting VeraLight Inc. in Albuquerque on Friday. I... Read more »
Before any treatment of diabetes can be administered by an endocrinologist or diabetologist, the sugar content in the blood will have to... Read more »
We now have a test that can determine hidden risks of heart attack and stroke. It's called the PLAC Test and is the only blood test that... Read more »
No matter how old a man is, there will come a time when they will find it difficult (or impossible) to achieve and/or maintain an erection. And... Read more »
A lot has been written about psychosocial factors and their effect on chronic pain. Few studies have defined the factors that are important and at... Read more »