Although prostate cancer is one of the most common types of cancer among men, there may still be some facts about the condition that people are unaware of.
This is a type of cancer that sometimes shows no symptoms or signs and that’s what makes it so dangerous and hard to diagnose. Actually, prostate cancer can sometimes have no symptoms at all, called asymptomatic cancer or it can be symptomatic (if you want to learn more about symptomatic prostate cancer, click here).
In this video, shared by Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Milton, listen to Dr. Clifford Gluck, MD, while he explains the diagnosis process for prostate cancer, what type of tests and exams are available, and what the treatment options to treat this type of cancer are.
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