The Eight Common Treatments for Prostrate Cancer
Among the most commonly diagnosed cancers in Australia, prostate cancer accounts for almost 3,500 deaths in the country per year. However, there is a 95 percent chance of surviving a diagnosis of the condition for at least five years given the right sort of treatment. These days, doctors have a range of options available to them. Let's examine all eight. Active surveillance is the first treatment. Although no medical procedures are undertaken, active surveillance means regular rectal examinations by a trained medical professional and frequent blood tests for prostate-specific antigens, or PGAs.