PROSTATE CANCER 20/20: A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding and Managing Prostate Cancer
PROSTATE CANCER 20/20 is an essential read for anyone seeking a clear and concise understanding of prostate cancer and its various treatment options. Authored by Andrew Siegel, a renowned urological physician and surgeon, this book offers invaluable insights for patients newly diagnosed with prostate cancer, helping them make informed decisions about their treatment paths.
Detailed Analysis of Treatment Options
The book thoroughly explores each management option for prostate cancer, weighing the pros and cons to empower patients in choosing the treatment best suited to their individual needs. It delves into the latest advancements in prostate cancer treatment, including sophisticated diagnostic testing, new imaging techniques, genetic testing, and the evolution of surgical, radiation, and focal therapies.
Focus on Active Surveillance and Long-Term Effects
Highlighting the era of “active surveillance,” PROSTATE CANCER 20/20 acknowledges that most prostate cancer patients have an excellent prognosis. The book also addresses the long-term consequences of prostate cancer treatments, particularly sexual dysfunction and urinary incontinence, providing comprehensive information on these common complications and their effective management strategies.
About the Author: Andrew Siegel
Dr. Andrew Siegel, a passionate advocate for healthy living as a means to maintain health and prevent disease, brings his extensive experience and knowledge to this book. Emphasizing the importance of personal responsibility for health, he offers insights drawn from his prolific career as an author, blogger, and creator of educational health videos. Residing in the greater New York City area, Dr. Siegel enjoys an active lifestyle and is dedicated to sharing his expertise on optimizing health and wellness.
PROSTATE CANCER 20/20 is more than just a guide; it's a resource for understanding, managing, and living with prostate cancer, offering hope and practical advice to patients and their families.