Prostate cancer is the 2nd most common malignancy, second only to skin cancer. Unfortunately over 240,000 men are diagnosed with the disease every year, translating into 1 in every 6 men being affected by prostate cancer. Being diagnosed with cancer usually sets off a cascade of emotions, making patients feel confused, anxious, and at times even hopeless. All too often this is compounded by the challenges of determining a plan of action to treat ones disease.
Following diagnosis, patients are flooded by information and trying to make sense of the different treatment options can make even the most educated patient uncertain. [Read more...]