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Availability of robotic prostate cancer surgery could be a bigger draw for patients than quality of hospital

Prostate cancer patients in England may base their choice of hospital for surgery on the availability of new technology, rather than information on the quality of the hospital, according to a new ... read more

The robot that could cure your prostate cancer: Our guide to the other advances helping win the war against the disease feared by men

‘Soon this could be a disease that men routinely ... a surgeon at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London, pioneered the use of robotic surgery for prostate cancer – treating more than 2,500 men with a ... read more

Hospitals With Robots Do More Prostate Cancer Surgery

According to the study, when a hospital acquires surgical robots, men in that region are more likely to have surgery to treat prostate cancer than ... a surgical robot may be that the technology helps ... read more

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The Prostate Cancer Survivor's Guide

As a leading New York robotic prostate surgeon, David Samadi, MD, Chairman of Urology and Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital ... Surgery patients enjoy excellent quality of life results ... read more

1 in 7 Canadian men get prostate cancer, and I am among them

Third — and this is a big one — deciding ... the journal BMJ found the availability of new technologies such as robotic systems in England attracted prostate-cancer patients to surgery centres rather ... read more

Thousands of men with prostate cancer get risky treatment they don’t need. New approaches could curb that

They look like glowing jade necklaces of such unearthly brilliance they could ... based on more than 100 DNA variants — is showing promise. It seems to pick out the one-third of patients who are most ... read more

MR Fusion Guided Prostate Biopsy: A New Diagnostic Technique For Detecting Prostate Cancer

Patients less than ... of prostate cancer and/or patients on active surveillance to confirm that they have clinically insignificant prostate cancer.” Dr. David Samadi, Chair of the Department of ... read more

Robot Surgery Damaging Patients Rises With Marketing

U.S. hospitals used robot-assisted surgery in more than 350,000 operations last year, a 60 percent jump since 2010. Robotic surgery is used to perform hysterectomies, gall bladder removals, prostate ... read more

Cutting edge: Why robotic surgery is the future

University Hospital ... for prostate cancer and hysterectomy for uterine cancer by many surgeons. There is data supporting that patients undergoing robotic surgery for rectal cancer have better ... read more

Quality of care, other issues may cause worse results in black prostate cancer surgery patients

Black prostate cancer patients ... after surgery, 13 percent vs. 10.3 percent Longer hospital stays (more than the median 3 days), 28.7 percent vs. 20.9 percent No differences for in-hospital ... read more

Why Many Men Experience 'Buyer's Remorse' After Prostate Cancer Treatment

Men with early stage, low-risk prostate cancer, who could have opted for active surveillance or "watchful ... such as urinary incontinence and erectile dysfunction following surgery or radiation. For ... read more

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