Double stemcell for prostate cancer and BPH

Men with metastatic prostate cancer (which has spread to the lymph nodes or other parts of the body) have more treatment options than ever before. Better understanding of the biology of prostate cancer has led to the recent development of several new medications that are helping men survive longer and enjoy a good quality of life. This is true both if you have metastatic disease at the time you’re initially diagnosed as well as if you develop metastatic prostate cancer after undergoing radical prostatectomy or radiation therapy.
six treatments have been shown to prolong the lives of men with metastatic prostate cancer, and the FDA has already approved four of these. Many other systemic therapies are in the late stages of development.
Drugs used to manage metastatic prostate cancer are called systemic therapies because they circulate throughout the body to attack cancer cells wherever they may be. Our medical oncologists are experts at determining which of the following treatments or combination of treatments will be most effective for you, considering the specific features of your disease.
When removing a tumour some stem cells can be left behind, and that is why many people’s cancer returns. This is why cancer patients will have to have regular check-ups; to ensure they are still cancer free. If we are able to destroy the source of the tumour entirely (the stem cells) the chances of it coming back will be greatly reduced.


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