HIFU …a Minimally Invasive Prostate Cancer Therapy Option

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Story Updated: Jul 30, 2010

Dr. Sarat Sabarwal, from Midwest Urological, on Live At Five’s Your Health matters segment.
The doctor discusses alternative therapy for prostate cancer.

To find out more about Dr. Sabarwal or Midwest Urological, please visit the Midwest Urological Expert page.

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Rob said on Wednesday, Sep 28 at 7:03 PM

I'm a 59 yr.old male in reasonbly good health my Gleason Sum was a 9 would this HIFU treatment work for me? If so Where can I get this done?

Ivan Holmes said on Wednesday, Aug 17 at 10:26 PM

I am a 68 year old male diagnosed with early stage prostate cancer. My Biopsy Gleason Sum is Grade 7. I am in good health with no adverse health issues. Would HIFU be an optional treatment in my case, and what are the known side effects?

JSH said on Tuesday, Aug 16 at 9:25 AM

I have a small, aparently non-aggressive prostate cancer combined with an enlarged prostate. If this clinical trial is approved, how long before this will be available as an accepted treatment for prostate treatment and will this be able to be used for prostate reduction? Thanks.

michael knox said on Saturday, Jun 4 at 7:05 AM

Hello, I was told by my dr. that nilandron in one of the medicine he wanted me to use. After doing some research on it I discover some of the side effect is a concern to me. I did not like that at all so I decided to go another way my psa levels are 500 that my only system right now that I notice. Can you offer any advice for me.

Joseph Holland said on Saturday, May 14 at 11:02 AM

HIFU is not for everyone, then how are you selected for this choice of thearpy and what is the maximun Gleason score that is recommended ?

david sapirstein said on Tuesday, Sep 28 at 1:33 PM

i was diagnosed with prostate cancer.is hifu can be good for me

JP McM said on Saturday, Aug 14 at 9:37 AM

In what instances would HIFU be ideal? Thanks.

Samuel Lee, M.D. said on Monday, Aug 9 at 10:23 PM

HIFU is not for everyone who has prostate cancer. But, in selected individuals it can be an ideal choice of therapy. It is truly an amazing technology with more benefits than risks in my opinion.

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