Whatever Comes Next, You Can Handle it!

Whatever Comes Next, You Can Handle it!

When will the next shoe drop? That was one of the sentiments to several prostate cancer patients this past week. In other words, "despite doing well after my prostate cancer," they are thinking," when will the next unforeseen and unpleasant event happen?" Or, as one of my patients said," when…

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What to Eat for Prostate Cancer? A new study.

What to Eat for Prostate Cancer? A new study.

What to eat for prostate cancer can be confusing. The truth may rely on the depth of evidence from what you read. Having studying diets for prostate cancer for decades, I can tell you that, while there is no simple answer, it is easier than what you think. A recent…

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A Celebration of the Life of a Great Man!

A Celebration of the Life of a Great Man!

I never announce when a patient of mine expires. But this is different. For me, if they die, or when they die, it's unpleasant. I treat my patients like family. Mr. Robert (Bob) Ryland peacefully passed away at 100 years old on August 3, 2020. While I still feel the…

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COVID-19: Let’s do Better

Shifting perspective from fear and anxiety to health and optimism is key to surviving and even thriving during this COVID pandemic.  COVID-19 has exposed our dysfunctions – dysfunction within ourselves, our relationships, our business, and our government. What brings on fear and anxiety is mostly the uncertainty of what can…

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It’s OK to be Vulenarable When Diagnosed with Prostate Cancer

Today, I had a telehealth consult with a 61-year-old gentleman with prostate cancer. He has a moderate disease with a PSA of 32.0. This grown man began to cry in the middle of our discussion. I mean sob! The reason he cried, he said, is because he had the best…

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What Prostate Biopsy is Best?

What Prostate Biopsy is Best?

Overview of Prostate Biopsies While there are better methods nowadays to learn if a patient has prostate cancer, the gold-standard way to find malignancies in the gland is only through a prostate biopsy. Some reason's why men want to avoid a prostate biopsy include; the procedure is uncomfortable and even…

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