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Jay Motola

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Does physical activity decrease the symptoms associated with prostate enlargement?

A recent study from the Stritch School of Medicine has suggested that patients who have symptoms related to benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), such as nocturia (waking up at night to urinate), may benefit from physical activity.   These researchers identified that  men with BPH who were active one or more hours/week were 13% less... Read moreChevron

posted 02/09/2015, comments (0)|
Jay Motola

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How should we treat advanced prostate cancer in older men?

Most of the controversy about the treatment of prostate cancer focuses on the early diagnosis and treatment of early stage prostate cancer in patients. The question of whether PSA testing and subsequent treatment based on this helps to save lives remains unanswered. However, not all prostate cancer is early stage, and some patients develop... Read moreChevron

posted 01/31/2015, comments (0)|
Jay Motola

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Does Androgen Deprivation Therapy Benefit All Patients?

Prostate cancer can be broken down into localized disease that has not spread beyond the prostate and advanced disease that has extended beyond into local structures such as the seminal vesicles, lymph nodes or distant spread to bone. Traditionally, if the patient has a 10 year life expectancy, often times treatment will be offered to the... Read moreChevron

posted 12/21/2014, comments (0)|
Jay Motola

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Commonly Asked Prostate Cancer Questions

In recognition of Movember, and to raise awareness of prostate disease, I have prepared a series of answers to questions that are commonly asked by patients.

 

1. Can my partner become sick as a result of my... Read moreChevron

posted 11/30/2014, comments (0)|
Jay Motola

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Tips for Good Prostate Health

A recent Google search for prostate supplements results in 261,000 references in the past month and 9,500,000 overall. Three years ago, the number was just over 2 million. Just imagine if 1% of these were actually effective, the shortage of Urologists in the country, and the workforce shortage would be solved.... Read moreChevron

posted 10/08/2014, comments (0)|

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