Sex After Brachytherapy

Following many prostate cancer treatment options, sexual recovery takes time. Many men experience difficulty having and maintaining an erection, and orgasm feels qualitatively different. However, for prostate cancer survivor Dave Ricordati, these negative side effects are absent after brachytherapy treatment.

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Leading Prostate Cancer Patient Advocacy in Georgia

Leading Prostate Cancer Patient Advocacy in Georgia

How the Georgia Prostate Cancer Coalition is impacting the lives of >13,000 men in the state of Georgia annually. Georgia ranks #4 in the country for deaths from prostate cancer (per capita basis). That is a startling statistic that is all too real for the men, and...

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Why Cesium?

There are three different isotopes that can be used in brachytherapy: iodine-125, palladium-103, and Cesium-131. Dr. Brian Moran of the Chicago Prostate Center recently shared why Cesium-131 is his preferred isotope for treatment of prostate cancer. Here are his...

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