Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men
with almost 200,000 new cases being diagnosed each year.
Today increasing numbers of men and their families play a
more active role in their treatment and the results can
be seen in the increase of men who survive prostate
cancer. Yet each over 27,000 men die from prostate
cancer. This makes prostate cancer the second leading
cause of cancer death in men behind lung cancer. The
range of controversial therapies and treatments for
prostate cancer is greater than that of any other cancer
affecting men. This makes it difficult for men and their
families to determine what are the best options
available. Rarely do doctors agree on which treatment a
patient should receive or when they should receive it.
And many of the current books on prostate cancer suffer
from considerable bias promoting one treatment over
another without good scientific evidence. Winning the
Battle Against Prostate Cancer resolves the problem of
contradictory and incomplete information. The book is an
unbiased and up-to-date look at prostate cancer
treatments and therapies.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 04 / 2011
- 152 x 235mm