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Prostate Cancer: The Decision of Surgery

Dr. Harry Clarke, a urologist who focuses on minimally invasive prostatectomy operations, discusses the decision some patients have to make between prostate cancer surgery and waiting/watching. He identifies reliable sources of information regarding prostate cancer and also explains treatment options for patients electing to undergo surgery. Dr. Clarke describes the nerve-sparing methods of prostatectomy he performs, which allow preservation of erectile function. He concludes with the issue of post-operation bladder continence.


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