Prostate cancer is a type of malignant tumor that affects men of all ages, but particularly older men. It occurs when cancerous cells start to grow in the prostate gland – which is located under the bladder and near the rectum. After receiving a prostate cancer diagnosis, you’ll probably have a lot of questions you need answering. Don’t be afraid to talk honestly to your doctor and explain all of your concerns.
In this video shared by Prostate Cancer Live in 2014, Dr. Howard Tay, a urologist experienced with prostate cancer, discusses stage 2 prostate cancer, how this type of cancer usually requires surgery to remove the prostate gland and what type of procedure is best for you, according to several factors.
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