Prostate cancer is a severe disease that can affect men of any age, but elder men are more at risk of developing this form of cancer.
After getting a prostate cancer diagnosis, it’s more than natural that you start wondering about what your treatment options are and how you can address this disease. There are several treatment options available, one of them being robotic prostate surgery.
In this video, shared by Northern Westchester Hospital, you can meet Tom. After his lab results showed that he had elevated PSA levels, Tom knew that something was not quite right and after further consults with his physician, Dr. Warren Bromberg, Director of the Prostate Cancer Program, Chief of the Urology Division and Co-Director of the Institute for Robotic and Minimally Invasive Surgery at Northern Westchester Hospital, he was diagnosed with prostate cancer.
After his diagnosis, he started wondering about treatment options and together with his doctor, he opted to undergo a robotic prostate surgery. Watch the video to learn more about his story and find out if he recovered from this surgical procedure.
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