The three most common conditions that can affect the prostate are the following : prostatitis, prostate cancer and benign prostatic hyperplasia [BPH]. Although these disorders can share many of the same symptoms, they all have different causes and treatments. [source: The Canadian Guide to Prostate Cancer].
100 Questions and Answers About Prostate Disease (616.65 Lou)
"the only text to provide the doctor's and patient's views on prostate disease."
Dr. Katz's Guide to Prostate Health (616.65 Kat)
shows men how to markedly reduce their risk not only of prostate cancer but also enlarged prostate and prostatitis.
Dr. Peter Scardino's Prostate Book (616.65 Sca)
the complete guide to overcoming prostate cancer, prostatitis and BPH.
Intimacy With Impotence (616.6922 Alt)
the couple's guide to better sex after prostate disease.
Prostate and Cancer (616.99463 Mar)
"a family guide to diagnosis, treatment and survival of prostate cancer."
Prostate Cancer (616.99463 Klo)
Written by a uro-oncologist, this guide offers clear, concise, easily understood information about prostate cancer and its treatment.
Prostate Cancer (6165.99463 Pro)
a comprehensive guide for patients with prostate cancer.
The Canadian Guide to Prostate Cancer (616.99463 JAM)
a comprehensive guide on Canadian diagnosis and treatment options for prostate cancer.
The First Year Prostate Cancer (616.99463 Luk)
"an essential guide for the newly diagnosed with prostate cancer."
Understanding Prostate Cancer (616.99463 Pel)
a urologist provides a clear guide to the most recent strategies for managing prostate cancer.
What Your Doctor May Not Tell You About Prostate Cancer (616.99463 Bub)
"Don't let prostate cancer win. Discover the revolutionary treatments that could save your life!"
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