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Every Month Matters: Living with advanced prostate cancer - Short version
 
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Matt was diagnosed with high-risk locally advanced prostate cancer in December 2003. At the time he was told he could expect to live for two, possibly three, years and so should consider 'getting his affairs in order'. In this film -- nine years after his original diagnosis -- Matt, together with his family and friends, provide an account of why Every Month Matters to them. This film has been developed as part of the Every Month Matters initiative to illustrate the experience of living with advanced prostate cancer. Every Month Matters is a pan-European disease awareness campaign supported and funded by Astellas Pharma Europe Ltd., which aims to raise awareness of the impact of advanced prostate cancer on patients, families, healthcare systems and the wider economy, whilst exploring differences in care delivery and treatment access in the UK and across Europe. To find out more about Every Month Matters visit: www.Everymonthmatters.org. Due to regulatory requirements, we have had to disable comments on this YouTube channel.
Views: 4535 EveryMonthMatters
Activating My Immune System to Fight Prostate Cancer
 
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Faced with a diagnosis of advanced prostate cancer, Andy explored all his treatment options. He enrolled in an immunotherapy clinical trial and today remains active and healthy. This video is presented as part of the Cancer Research Institute 5th Annual Cancer Immunotherapy Month awareness campaign this June 2017. Learn more about cancer immunotherapy and its potential to save more lives at http://www.cancerresearch.org/june
5 Common Signs of Prostate Cancer
 
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Hi, I am Qila. On this occasion, I will talk about 5 Common Signs of Prostate Cancer that you should to know. Knowing the early 5 Common Signs of Prostate Cancer can help you receive the best treatment before the disease becomes serious or even life threatening. If you’re a man, you have about a one-in-seven chance of developing prostate cancer at some point during your lifetime. Although the condition is highly treatable, many are suffering needlessly because they didn't catch it early enough, or didn't know what to do to avoid it. Prostate cancer develops when the cells in your prostate gland grow in an abnormal and uncontrolled way to form a malignant tumor. And here are 5 Common Signs of Prostate Cancer that you should to know: 1. Urinary Problems. 2. Pain and Discomfort when sitting. 3. Pain in the prostate areas. 4. Kidney Problems. 5. Sexual Dysfunction. Well, If you experience any of the following 5 Common Signs of Prostate Cancer that I mentioned above, This could be an early warning signs that a prostate tumor is forming. It’s important to tell your health care provider to have them checked by your doctor. So that the cause can be found and treated, if needed. Early Detection Could Save Your Life Longer. Hope you feel better
Views: 2020216 Cure Diseases Naturally
Every Month Matters: Living with advanced prostate cancer - Long version
 
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Matt was diagnosed with high-risk locally advanced prostate cancer in December 2003. At the time he was told he could expect to live for two, possibly three, years and so should consider 'getting his affairs in order'. In this film - nine years after his original diagnosis - Matt, together with his family and friends, provide an account of why Every Month Matters to them. This film has been developed as part of the Every Month Matters initiative to illustrate the experience of living with advanced prostate cancer. Every Month Matters is a pan-European disease awareness campaign supported and funded by Astellas Pharma Europe Ltd., which aims to raise awareness of the impact of advanced prostate cancer on patients, families, healthcare systems and the wider economy, whilst exploring differences in care delivery and treatment access in the UK and across Europe. To find out more about Every Month Matters visit: www.everymonthmatters.org. Due to regulatory requirements, we have had to disable comments on this YouTube channel.
Views: 558 EveryMonthMatters
How Dave Healed Prostate Cancer with Natural Treatment without Surgery
 
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John from http://www.okraw.com/ interviews Dave Gil, who healed his Prostate Cancer with Natural Treatment without Surgery. In this episode, John talks to Dave Gil who was diagnosed by 3 different doctors in 2010 with Prostate Cancer. The doctors recommended Surgery, but Dave Prayed and found that massive dietary changes helped him to become Prostate Cancer Free. You will learn more about Dave's story as well as some of the tips specific actions Dave took that he believes is responsible for turning his health around. You will also discover how Dave is available to help you at no cost. John will ask Dave the Following Questions: 02:00 Interview begins 02:45 What is your story? 18:00 What are the most important foods for you? 24:45 How did you feel when the doctor pressured you into surgery? 29:45 Why did you turn to juicing first for your healing? 32:00 What specific juice recipes do you make? 34:32 Any words of wisdom you would like to share with people? 40:48 How do you help people with similiar situations? 47:40 How can someone contact you? After watching this episode, you will learn about some things you may want to consider if you have a diagnosis of prostate cancer. For more videos like this subscribe to OKRAW: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=okraw Follow John on Instagram at: https://instagram.com/growingyourgreens/ Watch 450+ OKRAW videos FREE at https://www.youtube.com/user/okraw/videos?view=0&sort=dd&flow=grid&live_view=500 Related Links: Watch videos to Learn about all the best juicers at https://www.youtube.com/user/rawfoods/videos?disable_polymer=1 Help Support John and Buy a Juicer at http://www.discountjuicers.com/ Recommended Juicer (Fast to clean) http://www.discountjuicers.com/omeganc800.html Contact Dave at http://www.godsrx.org/
Views: 61169 okraw
Prostate Cancer Grading and Risk Assessment
 
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If you have been recently diagnosed with prostate cancer, and you don't understand what your doctor said about the stage of your cancer, this clip explains the staging and Gleason grading systems and how they are used to determine how serious your cancer is.
Views: 474 Joseph Pettus, M.D.
Prostate cancer diagnosis: 1 million men in Europe have prostate biopsy every year (3)
 
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Learn more and solve best any medical problem at our Online Expert Centers at https://DiagnosticDetectives.Com/expert-centers Exclusive interview / Dr. Anton Titov MD and Professor Dr. Mark Emberton, urologist and minimally invasive prostate cancer treatment expert on how to diagnose, treat, and prevent prostate cancer. In modern time, how many men are usually diagnosed with prostate cancer? in Western countries, in advanced medical systems... - Yes, this year in Europe alone there will be a million men biopsied [prostate biopsy] That doesn't mean they all have cancer. About 40% of them will test positive, and someone of them will be having biopsies for another time. So it's about half a million men a year in Europe will be diagnosed with prostate cancer. Now that is obviously set to change. One of the great things about MRI is that if it's negative, just like if a mammogram is negative, we might be able to avoid doing a biopsy. At the moment there's nothing between PSA and biopsy. It's a linear relationship - so if a man is at risk, all we can do is biopsy. What MRI does - it sits between the two, and will tell us whether to biopsy, and how to biopsy. And "whether to biopsy" is important, It might be that with good MRI we might be able to avoid 30 - 40% of unnecessary biopsies. This is very important because [prostate] biopsy is an invasive procedure that has its own risks as any intervention. - Correct! This will then add to the savings that many countries, most countries are struggling to meet the health care needs of their population, and interventions that actually keep people out of the system, that allow us to do less and that result in fewer unnecessary diagnoses. They have the potential to save millions millions of pounds, dollars or euros This is difficult concept in cancer - everybody thinks that all cancer needs to be found. But in prostate cancer, because it's so common, and most men will get prostate cancer if they live long enough, but will not die of it. Not all cancers are destined to cause a problem. So if you can avoid diagnosing men who don't need to be diagnosed, you save maybe 10 - 20 years of healthcare costs that would have been used up, wasted on that individual, and may have even actually incurred harm.
SBRT: Another option for treating prostate cancer
 
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Men diagnosed with early stage prostate cancer have a new treatment option at WVCI with stereotactic body radiation therapy (SBRT). http://www.oregoncancer.com
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Prostate cancer staging
 
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Prostate cancer staging is the process by which physicians categorize the risk of cancer having spread beyond the prostate, or equivalently, the probability of being cured with local therapies such as surgery or radiation. Once patients are placed in prognostic categories, this information can contribute to the selection of an optimal approach to treatment. The information considered in such a prognostic classification can be based on physical examination, imaging studies and blood tests (so-called "clinical stage"), or based on the extent of disease as revealed in a surgical specimen (so-called "pathologic stage"). There are two schemes commonly used to stage prostate cancer. The most common is promulgated by the American Joint Committee on Cancer, and is known as the TNM system, which evaluates the size of the tumor, the extent of involved lymph nodes, and any metastasis (distant spread) and also takes into account cancer grade. As with many other cancers, these are often grouped into four stages (I–IV). Another scheme, now used less commonly for research, but often still used by clinicians, is the Whitmore-Jewett stage. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
Views: 554 Audiopedia
➤12 Early PROSTATE SYMPTOMS That No Man Should IGNORE!!
 
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➤12 Early PROSTATE SYMPTOMS That No Man Should IGNORE!! http://powerhealthyt.com →Subscribe HERE: https://goo.gl/2d9f4w →Our Facebook: https://goo.gl/XyVkA1 -More WEIGHT LOSS VIDEOS HERE: https://goo.gl/zwskjQ -More HOME REMEDIES VIDEOS HERE: https://goo.gl/10zgHI Prostate cancer is a very common disease in men and the worst of all is that the symptoms do not appear in the first stage. This is problematic for many doctors as the treatment would be more difficult at an advanced stage and the chances of recovery are very low. In this video you will learn 12 prostate symptoms. IS VERY IMPORTANT!!. ➤12 Early PROSTATE SYMPTOMS That No Man Should IGNORE!! https://youtu.be/DQGi3EHC5rM
Views: 505132 PowerHealthYT
Prostate Cancer by Dr Peter Glidden ND
 
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Dr Peter Glidden, a Naturopath of 27 years explains what you can do to support and promote you body's ability to recover from Prostate Cancer. For Optimal Health Dr Joel Wallach Discovered We Need All 90 Essential Nutrients, 60 Minerals, 16 Vitamins, 12 Amino Acids, 3 Essential Fatty Acids. Lack of these essential nutrients weakens the body's ability to rebuild itself and increases the potential for 900 Nutritional Deficiency Diseases. Contact Trina with any questions. Mobile: 0408 754 668 Email: youngevitytrina@bigpond.com The leading cause of death in the US is MD directed medicine. The link for this information is called Death by Medicine. http://www.webdc.com/pdfs/deathbymedicine.pdf FAIR USE NOTICE: This video may contain copyrighted material. Such material is made available for educational purposes only. This constitutes a 'fair use' of any such copyrighted material as provided for in Title 17 U.S.C. section 107 of the US Copyright Law. This channel is a Fair Use Educational Non-Profit Channel.
Views: 2576 Youngevity Trina
cancer prostate 2 staging and prognostic factors
 
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Gleason grading staging systems staging workup
Views: 465 urology.expert
Detecting Prostate Cancer: New Tests Should Help ID High-Grade Tumors
 
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Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute Chairman Eric Klein, MD, discusses advanced prostate cancer screening tests and prognostic tools developed at Cleveland Clinic and elsewhere that should help reduce unnecessary biopsies and allow clinicians to focus on high-risk patients.
Views: 218 Cleveland Clinic
Lymphatic system - a Qi-type quiz  by a man with locally advanced prostate cancer.
 
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Jim Marshall, a man with locally advanced prostate cancer, gives his take on the lymphatic system. Jim is not a doctor. This Qi-type quiz is taken from the longer version of the 'Prostate cancer stage' video.
Views: 279 JimJimJimJim
prostate cancer new treatments
 
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Cabazitaxel (Jevtana®): A new type of chemotherapy for men with advanced prostate cancer that has stopped responding to hormone therapy and the chemotherapy drug docetaxel (Taxotere®).
Views: 24 Open World
Calypso 4D Localization System for Prostate Cancer Treatment
 
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Dr. Kamal Patel, radiation oncologist at Cancer Treatment Centers of America, talks about the Calypso 4D Localization System for prostate cancer treatment and how it can help prostate cancer patients. Visit http://www.cancercenter.com/prostate-cancer/diagnostics-and-treatments/tab/advanced-treatments/ to learn more about prostate cancer treatment options.
Varian: Prostate Cancer Survivor Story
 
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Featuring prostate cancer survivor, Michael Gunville, treated on Varian equipment. Produced, directed and edited by Manifeste
Views: 391 Manifeste Marketing
Prostate Cancer Treatment - Truebeam STx
 
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The Truebeam STx is the most advanced Gantry designed radiation therapy and radiosurgery system. This video shows how the extremely advanced multileaf collimator shapes to the size and shape of the prostate tumor it is treating while the linear accelerator rotates 360 degrees around the tumor.
Views: 345 Phoenix CyberKnife
How does Proton Therapy work?
 
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Basic principles of Proton Therapy: how does it work? Unlike traditional radiotherapy that uses photons to irradiate and kill tumor cells, proton therapy is an advanced form of treatment using protons. These particles give proton therapy its many advantages: - Fewer radiation outside the tumor; - Less side effects - Lower risk of induced disorders; - Better quality of life during and after cancer treatment. Proton therapy is changing the way we treat cancer.
Views: 142276 Proton Therapy IBA
PSA testing Guidelines ~ Dr Kris Rasiah
 
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Kris gives a down-to-earth analysis of the new Australian PSA Testing Guidelines, highlighting the good, the bad, and the contentious!
Views: 366 ansellvideo
What Are the Stages of Prostate Cancer?
 
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What Are the Stages of Prostate Cancer? Urologist Dr. Anthony Catanese, describes the four stages of prostate cancer. Some cancers are localized to the prostate and described as stage 1 or 2; others cancers spread to other parts of the body and may be able to be controlled. Learn more about CyberKnife: http://www.saintpetershcs.com/cyberknife Contact Us CyberKnife Therapy Saint Peter's University Hospital 254 Easton Avenue New Brunswick, NJ 08901 (732) 745-6685 Toll Free: (866) 702-2737 SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS AND NEWS! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=sphealthcaresystem CONNECT WITH US! Google+ ► http://gplus.to/spuh Facebook ► http://www.fb.com/SaintPetersUniversityHospital Twitter ► http://twitter.com/sphcs_news Pinterest ► http://www.pinterest.com/sphcs Saint Peter's Healthcare System ► http://www.saintpetershcs.com
Many Metastatic Prostate Cancers Go Untreated
 
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An interview with Alexander C. Small. http://bit.ly/xI9nsV
Robotic prostatectomy Full Case Step by Step with Expert Surgeon
 
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This is a full case describing radical prostatectomy for prostate cancer. The patient has had a prior bilateral inguinal hernia repair with mesh, which has been a relative contraindication for robotic prostatectomy. This case was performed in 2014 with the DaVinci Si. The video is excellent for learning steps of robotic prostate surgery.
Views: 201671 Naveen Kella
Prostate Cancer Canada - Margaret & Sean's Story
 
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Margaret and her family have had to cope with the loss of their beloved Sean to advanced prostate cancer. As a family, they explore the process of grief and healing, positive coping mechanisms, reaching out to a network of support systems, and the importance of living life in the now.
My Prostate Cancer—#3—Review Gleason Score, Tumor Grading and Second Opinions
 
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This episode of My Prostate Cancer is titled: "My Biopsy Results," which reviews the Gleason Score as well as the Tumor grading scale. Viewers will learn how to understand these scoring systems and will help in their decision making. The most important things to know about prostate cancer is: How aggressive is it and has it spread beyond the prostate? The answer to these questions will heavily influence the options a patient has available. It's great that Ben Stiller, Dr. Oz and other media outlets have just recently covered Ben's Prostate Cancer diagnosis, but when compared to breast cancer—which is a terrible disease that kills as many people as prostate cancer does—it gets hardly any news coverage. It's interesting the number of men who with every good intention work diligently to promote breast cancer awareness while doing virtually nothing to do the same thing for prostate cancer. This always comes to mind when the National Football league dons pink shoes and wristbands for the Susan G. Komen Organization. It's great, but it's too bad there's not another Sunday when they don blue for raising the awareness of prostate cancer. Best to start at episode One (1) and watch sequentially.
Views: 808 Joe Nolan
ESMO 2016: Press brief on the AFFINITY Phase III trial for second-line metastatic prostate cancer
 
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Karim Fizazi, MD, PhD, of the Gustave Roussy Institute, Villejuif, France, talks about the final results from the AFFINITY Phase III trial, which investigates the use of custirsen together with chemotherapy for second-line metastatic prostate cancer that has been resistant to not only hormonal therapy but also first-line chemotherapy (NCT01578655). He explains that the goal of combining chemotherapy and custirsen, is to achieve a better job than chemotherapy alone. The AFFINITY trial was a randomized study where patients with very advanced disease who had failed hormonal therapy and chemotherapy were treated with either cabazitaxel plus prednisone plus custirsen or cabazitaxel and prednisone alone. Patients continued treatment until cancer progression and the primary end point was survival. The results of the trial showed that there was no superiority of custirsen when added to chemotherapy. Therefore, what happened to serum clusterin was looked at to see if clusterin was not a good enough target or because the drug was not good enough to target clusterin. In the control arm there was little effect whether clusterin was lowered or not by chemotherapy. In the experimental arm, those patients who achieved a mild decline in clusterin while on custirsen do much better than those who do not achieve vast effect. He explains that in conclusion, the addition of custirsen to second-line chemotherapy with cabazitaxel did not significantly improve overall survival (OS). There was no new safety signal and no imbalance of active drugs beyond progression. So there are two possible questions - either clusterin is not a relevant target in this disease, or the target was not inhibited enough with the compound we have at the moment. Furthermore, in order to achieve a successful next-generation trial, the population must be selected based on biomarker. Recorded at the 2016 annual meeting of the European Society of Medical Oncology (ESMO), held in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Views: 72 VJOncology
Prostate Cancer Treatment - Patient Education - Orange County CyberKnife
 
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http://www.cyberknifeoc.com/ Here at the Orange County CyberKnife and Radiation Oncology Center, we believe that the more that our patients and their families know about their prostate cancer treatment, the more comfortable everyone will be with the procedure. This video is meant to educate patients and their families step-by-step on the methods and technologies used by the Orange County CyberKnife Center to treat prostate cancer and tumors. CyberKnife is one of the most advanced radiosurgery systems used in treating prostate cancer. It is a robotic radiation prostate cancer treatment that can target cancerous cells with extreme precision from almost any angle. Using elite imaging and motion tracking technology, CyberKnife continually identifies and verifies the location of a tumor, then delivers high-dose radiation from the best possible angle without damaging the surrounding healthy tissue. This is especially important for prostate cancer because of the prostate’s unpredictable movements and its close proximity to sensitive organs. With this sub-millimeter accuracy, your treatment is more comfortable, radiation is delivered more accurately, and treatment can be completed in a shorter amount of time. While traditional radiation can take as many as 45 sessions over the course of nine weeks, CyberKnife treatments occur over only one to five sessions in just one week. Surgical procedures remove the prostate entirely, and they require a hospital stay and risk complications such as infection and a painful recovery. Surgery may also result in long-term side effects, including incontinence and erectile disfunction. CyberKnife has few side effects, does not remove any organs or tissue, and does not require a hospital stay or a large amount of visits to the radiation center. CyberKnife is clinically proven for the treatment of both operable and inoperable cancer. The unparalleled precision with which CyberKnife uses to apply radiation to prostate cancer can also be administered to cancers and tumors in other parts of the body. The CyberKnife system treats cancers and tumors of the head and neck, spine, lungs, liver, pancreas, kidney, and more. If you or someone you care about has prostate cancer, please contact the Orange County CyberKnife and Oncology Center or visit our website at http://www.cyberknifeoc.com/ to see if CyberKnife is right for you. Start fighting your prostate cancer with CyberKnife today!
Views: 1711 OC Cyberknife
IMRT for Prostate Cancer Treatment
 
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IMRT for Prostate Cancer Treatment Radiation therapy has come a long way since it was first inroduced as a cancer treatment, but is it safe? For many years, standard radiation therapy involved large machines focusing huge beams of radiation at the prostate or whatever the target organ was. And where those beams all overlapped, is where the damage was done. The problem with that is that the surrounding tissues were damaged, and sometimes tissues and organs in the vicinity couldn't tolerate the radiation so the dose to the cancer wasn't high enough. Over the past several years, they developed a technique called IMRT, which stands for Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy, instead of these large beams that focus on the tumor, there are computer-generated, pencil-sized beams that almost paint the target organ so you can get much higher doses, with thousands of little microbeams, with killing doses on the cancer. But the tissues that surround it get minimal doses, so there's fewer side effects, much higher success at killing the cancer.
Views: 293 Health News
Impact Slides: Practice-Changing Prostate Cancer Study
 
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Full story on MedPage Today: http://www.medpagetoday.com/Urology/ProstateCancer/49483 Clinical trials generate massive amounts of data, which can be difficult to summarize in a 10-minute presentation at a medical conference. However, every study and every presentation related to the study has "money slides," the critical information for clinicians, researchers, and patients. Homing in on money slides can help reduce the time, effort, and confusion related to sorting out the results and meaning of clinical studies. At the 2014 meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology, investigators reported practice-changing results from a randomized clinical trial in prostate cancer. In the accompanying video, Derek Raghavan, MD, PhD, of Carolinas Healthcare System's Levine Cancer Institute in Charlotte, N.C., uses the concept of money slides to offer a concise but accurate assessment of the trial results and implications. Medpage Today: http://medpagetoday.com Online CME - Continuing medical education: http://www.medpagetoday.com/cme/ Latest medical news: http://www.medpagetoday.com/latest/ The MedPage Today app: iOS: https://goo.gl/JKrkHq Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.medpagetoday.medpage MedPage Today Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/MedPageToday Medpage Today on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MedPageToday
Views: 25 MedPage Today
Dr. Yu Compares Treatment Options for Prostate Cancer
 
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James B. Yu, MD, associate professor, therapeutic oncology, director, Prostate and Genitourinary Cancer Radiotherapy Program, Yale Cancer Center, discusses radiotherapy versus surgery for patients with prostate cancer.
Views: 118 OncLiveTV
More Experience. Better Results. (Robotic Prostate Surgery)
 
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Global Leader in Prostate Cancer Treatment. Men from every state in America and from more than 24 countries around the world have traveled to the Vattikuti Urology Institute at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit to be cared for by Dr. Mani Menon, leader of the world's most experienced robotic surgery team. Henry Ford Hospital has been named a "best hospital" for Urology by U.S. News & World Report. Henry Ford Hospital is one of the nation's leading academic and research institutions and has received numerous awards for quality and patient safety. About the da Vinci Robotic Procedures The Vattikuti Urology Institute has performed more than 5,000 robotic procedures. We have more experience performing robotic prostatectomy than any other surgical team in the world. Today, we are the only institution routinely offering a catheter-free approach to robotic prostatectomy. For more on Robotic Surgery, visit https://www.henryford.com/services/surgery/types/minimally-invasive About the Vattikuti Urology Institute Dr. Mani Menon and his surgical team offer unequaled quality and results. The Henry Ford Vattikuti Urology Institute, led by Mani Menon, M.D., offers the most advanced treatments for prostate cancer, kidney disease, bladder cancer, and other urologic disease. Dr. Menon is known worldwide for developing robotic surgery for prostate cancer treatment. His robotic surgery innovations have made robotic prostatectomy the surgical standard of care for prostate cancer. For more information on the Vattikuti Urology Institute, visit https://www.henryford.com/services/urology About Henry Ford Health System Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) is a Michigan not-for-profit corporation governed by a 22-member Board of Trustees. Advisory and affiliate boards comprising 129 Trustee volunteer leaders provide vital links to the communities served by the System. HFHS is managed by Chief Executive Officer Nancy M. Schlichting. HFHS is one of the nation's leading comprehensive, integrated health systems. It provides health insurance and health care delivery, including acute, specialty, primary and preventive care services backed by excellence in research and education. For more information, visit http://www.henryford.com
Views: 25108 HenryFordTV
Patient's Experience with Prostate Cancer, Surgery, & Survival: Part 1
 
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A prostate cancer survivor shares his experiences with his robotic prostatectomy at Henry Ford Hospital For more on Dr. Menon, visit https://www.henryford.com/physician-directory/m/menon-mani About the da Vinci Robotic Procedures The Vattikuti Urology Institute has performed more than 5,000 robotic procedures. We have more experience performing robotic prostatectomy than any other surgical team in the world. Today, we are the only institution routinely offering a catheter-free approach to robotic prostatectomy. For more on Robotic Surgery, visit https://www.henryford.com/services/urology About the Vattikuti Urology Institute Dr. Mani Menon and his surgical team offer unequaled quality and results. The Henry Ford Vattikuti Urology Institute, led by Mani Menon, M.D., offers the most advanced treatments for prostate cancer, kidney disease, bladder cancer, and other urologic disease. Dr. Menon is known worldwide for developing robotic surgery for prostate cancer treatment. His robotic surgery innovations have made robotic prostatectomy the surgical standard of care for prostate cancer. Since performing the first robotic prostatectomy at Henry Ford Hospital in 2001, Dr. Menon and the Vattikuti Urology Institute team continue to have the longest and largest robotic prostate surgery experience in the U.S. and the world: nearly 10 years and more than 5,000 robotic prostate surgeries. For more information on the Vattikuti Urology Institute, visit https://www.henryford.com/services/urology About Henry Ford Health System Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) is a Michigan not-for-profit corporation governed by a 22-member Board of Trustees. Advisory and affiliate boards comprising 129 Trustee volunteer leaders provide vital links to the communities served by the System. HFHS is managed by Chief Executive Officer Nancy M. Schlichting. HFHS is one of the nation's leading comprehensive, integrated health systems. It provides health insurance and health care delivery, including acute, specialty, primary and preventive care services backed by excellence in research and education. For more information, visit http://www.henryford.com
Views: 4459 HenryFordTV
Does Rife Machine REALLY Work? For Cancer Therapy & Lyme Disease
 
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Most Advanced Rife Machine ➜ http://bit.ly/LightStreamWand Subscribe for more amazing videos ➜ https://goo.gl/Adz8Gh Prostate Cancer, Pancreatic Cancer, Lyme Disease, Joint Pain? Prostate cancer is the development of cancer in the prostate, a gland in the male reproductive system. Most prostate cancers are slow growing; however, some grow relatively quickly. Pancreatic cancer arises when cells in the pancreas, a glandular organ behind the stomach, begin to multiply out of control and form a mass. These cancerous cells have the ability to invade other parts of the body. Lyme disease, also known as Lyme borreliosis, is an infectious disease caused by bacteria of the Borrelia type which is spread by ticks. The most common sign of infection is an expanding area of redness on the skin, known as erythema migrans, that begins at the site of a tick bite about a week after it has occurred. The rash is typically neither itchy nor painful. Here's a Light Stream Technology, a New Treatment for Prostate Cancer, Pancreatic Cancer, Lyme Disease, Joint Pain. David Sereda will give you the details how to use it and what are it's purposes for human body. Rife Machine Frequency Healing Therapy Playlist ➜ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmLZ6OhNvW8WXNm657GNWAwED4GT0_oUN Rife Machine Therapy For Cancer Playlist ➜ https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLmLZ6OhNvW8VYEUawXtvTz7J1wnOZ7_oJ About David Sereda: * Renegade physicist and inventor who founded Light Stream Technologies * 7 years of Nuclear Fusion Energy technology and development, US Congress correspondent. * 5 years partner with Boyd Bushman, Lockheed and NASA scientists on research of space propulsion technology. * Director of Los Angeles Tesla Foundation - Expert in Tesla technology and science for a cleaner, sustainable environment. * Personally hand-planted 1.3 million trees in Canada over 22 years. * 40+ years of daily meditation practice * Studied with Dalai Lama in India David Sereda a.k.a. "The Modern Day DaVinci", is one of the most innovative spiritual technology inventors and thought-leaders of our time. David is one of the extremely rare keynote speakers that has extraordinary spiritual enlightenment as well as the advanced scientific and technological know-how. He is a renowned author, spiritual genius, and free-thinking space and quantum scientist, who has worked with world class physicists, (spoke in Congress on nuclear fusion in 1993), who reaches millions of people on radio and TV shows. He was also an ecologist (having personally planted 1.3 million trees in over 22 years. He is a film producer/director of several documentaries including "Dan Aykroyd, Unplugged on UFOs". He has appeared on Fox, TLC, History Channel, ABC, CNN Anderson Cooper, Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell and George Noory and dozens of other radio shows world-wide. In the 90’s, Sereda conducted a deep scientific investigation into the NASA community into 1990s space shuttle mission video footage of UFO Phenomena. The results of that investigation led to ground-breaking disclosure in the book and documentary film, "Evidence, The Case For NASA UFOs.” With over 40 years of daily meditation practice, his goals are consciousness development and has created the world’s only quantum harmonic system for DNA upgrade and light body activation. You can download 2 of his free quantum frequencies here: http://bit.ly/QuantumFree To learn more about his latest spiritual technology for healing and raising your spiritual resonance, visit http://DavidSereda.net =========================================== Official Website - www.DavidSereda.net Facebook - www.facebook.com/DavidSeredaTechnologies Twitter - www.twitter.com/DavidSereda Google+ - plus.google.com/u/1/+DavidSereda Linkedin - www.linkedin.com/in/davidsereda
Views: 1489 David Sereda
Prostate Cancer: New Screening Methods Improve Outcomes
 
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Urologic oncologist Dr. Christopher Kane at UC San Diego Health's Moores Cancer Center discusses improved methods for screening for prostate cancer. Learn more about prostate cancer treatment at UC San Diego Health: https://health.ucsd.edu/specialties/cancer/programs/urologic/prostate/Pages/default.aspx
Views: 1193 UC San Diego Health
Mani Menon, M.D. on Prostate Cancer and da Vinci Robotic Surgery
 
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This short video is part of a medical expert profile for Mani Menon, M.D., chairman of the Department of Urology at Henry Ford Hospital. Dr. Menon pioneered a robotic surgical procedure for prostate cancer that not only removes the cancer but also has a high probability of preserving sexual function and urinary control. MEDIA: To view Dr. Menon's complete bio, visit Eurekalert.org or Henryford.com For more information on Dr. Mani Menon, visit https://www.henryford.com/physician-directory/m/menon-mani About the Henry Ford Vattikuti Urology Institute The Henry Ford Vattikuti Urology Institute, led by Mani Menon, M.D., offers the most advanced treatments for prostate cancer, kidney disease, bladder cancer, and other urologic disease. Dr. Menon is known worldwide for developing robotic surgery for prostate cancer treatment. His robotic surgery innovations have made robotic prostatectomy the surgical standard of care for prostate cancer. Since performing the first robotic prostatectomy at Henry Ford Hospital in 2001, Dr. Menon and the Vattikuti Urology Institute team continue to have the longest and largest robotic prostate surgery experience in the U.S. and the world: nearly 10 years and more than 5,000 robotic prostate surgeries. For more information, visit https://www.henryford.com/services/urology About Henry Ford Health System Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) is a Michigan not-for-profit corporation governed by a 22-member Board of Trustees. Advisory and affiliate boards comprising 129 Trustee volunteer leaders provide vital links to the communities served by the System. HFHS is managed by Chief Executive Officer Nancy M. Schlichting. HFHS is one of the nation's leading comprehensive, integrated health systems. It provides health insurance and health care delivery, including acute, specialty, primary and preventive care services backed by excellence in research and education. For more information, visit http://www.henryford.com
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AMERICAN PROSTATE CANCER FOUNDATION (The Family Support System)
 
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This video is featured as part of the American Prostate Cancer Foundation, Inc. Awareness Program. The purpose of this video is to show the importance of having a strong family support system in place. This will allow the patient to talk out their concerns and have other caring individuals to listen and encourage them. For more information and to make a financial donation, please go to www.understandingprostatecancer.bbnow.org or www.myspace.com/prostatecancer2011 or write us at understandingprostatecancer@gmail.com. Your support is greatly appreciated and needed.
Targeting AR axis in prostate cancer
 
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B. Tombal digs into AR signalling importance in prostate and in prostate cancer. Removing testosterone has been the base of the treatment of prostate cancer for 60 years. However, the researchers realised in last few years that besides AR-dependent pathway, there are AR-independent pathways that probably make the cells resistant to treatment. But in a vast majority of patients, the AR is one of the main drivers of the prostate cancer. He discusses the generations of therapeutics targeting the AR in prostate cancer. http://www.esmo.org Video produced by the European Society for Medical Oncology (ESMO)
Patient's Experience with Prostate Cancer, Surgery, & Survival: Part 2
 
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A prostate cancer survivor shares his experiences with his robotic prostatectomy at Henry Ford Hospital For more on Dr. Menon, visit https://www.henryford.com/physician-directory/m/menon-mani About the da Vinci Robotic Procedures The Vattikuti Urology Institute has performed more than 5,000 robotic procedures. We have more experience performing robotic prostatectomy than any other surgical team in the world. Today, we are the only institution routinely offering a catheter-free approach to robotic prostatectomy. For more on Robotic Surgery, visit https://www.henryford.com/services/surgery/types/minimally-invasive About the Vattikuti Urology Institute Dr. Mani Menon and his surgical team offer unequaled quality and results. The Henry Ford Vattikuti Urology Institute, led by Mani Menon, M.D., offers the most advanced treatments for prostate cancer, kidney disease, bladder cancer, and other urologic disease. Dr. Menon is known worldwide for developing robotic surgery for prostate cancer treatment. His robotic surgery innovations have made robotic prostatectomy the surgical standard of care for prostate cancer. Since performing the first robotic prostatectomy at Henry Ford Hospital in 2001, Dr. Menon and the Vattikuti Urology Institute team continue to have the longest and largest robotic prostate surgery experience in the U.S. and the world: nearly 10 years and more than 5,000 robotic prostate surgeries. For more information on the Vattikuti Urology Institute, visit https://www.henryford.com/services/urology About Henry Ford Health System Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) is a Michigan not-for-profit corporation governed by a 22-member Board of Trustees. Advisory and affiliate boards comprising 129 Trustee volunteer leaders provide vital links to the communities served by the System. HFHS is managed by Chief Executive Officer Nancy M. Schlichting. HFHS is one of the nation's leading comprehensive, integrated health systems. It provides health insurance and health care delivery, including acute, specialty, primary and preventive care services backed by excellence in research and education. For more information, visit http://www.henryford.com
Views: 1905 HenryFordTV
A patient's GoPro view of cancer radiation treatment with the TrueBeam STx
 
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One of the first patients to be treated with Colorado's first TrueBeam STx documents his experience with the goal to give others an idea of what it's like. This prostate cancer patient and his doctor, Josh Petit, MD, medical director of radiation oncology at Poudre Valley Hospital Radiation Oncology, came up with a plan to use Dr. Petit's recently-purchased Go Pro camera and ski helmet to capture what the patient wanted to film and share. The patient wore the helmet cam from entering the radiation oncology clinic through to walking back out the door at the completion of his treatment. One of the patient's inspirations for the video came from wanting to share how relatively quick and easy the process proved to be. Before starting the project, the patient noted that his appointments, start-to-finish (he had gone through 2 weeks of his 9 weeks treatment plan when the video project began) took "about 13 minutes." In getting used to the helmet cam and learning whether the camera technology would even survive being exposed to the radiation treatment vault environment, the patient did four takes over a two week period. On the very first take, the patient was sitting up from the treatment at 13:01 minutes. Other successive takes were used to record audio, correct for a spent battery,and ultimately improve the camera angle to capture the footage shared in this video. Poudre Valley Hospital provides comprehensive radiation oncology care at its PVH Radiation Oncology clinic located at Harmony Campus in Fort Collins, CO. PVH Radiation Oncology is the first location in Colorado to offer the TrueBeam STx with Novalis Radiosurgery, the world's most advanced cancer treatment for radiation treatment and advanced radiosurgery. The TrueBeam STx can treat any tumor anywhere, and provides improved options for treating complex or advanced cancers with the utmost precision. UCHEALTH ACROSS THE WEB: UCHealth.org: https://goo.gl/LqGmJK Facebook: https://goo.gl/A6nnvU Twitter: https://goo.gl/qXnUo9 Google+: https://goo.gl/bXc90e Pinterest: https://goo.gl/Xk2eKb Tumblr: http://goo.gl/xuQNX7 UCHealth is a Front Range health system that delivers the highest quality patient care with the highest quality patient experience.
Views: 6756 UCHealth
What The Different Stages Of Cancer 1-4 Mean - TNM Cancer Grading System Explained
 
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In this video you’ll learn about the differences stages of cancer 1-4 and how doctors grade cancer. Download a cheat sheet of this presentation at https://www.cancerwisdom.net/cancer-staging-cheat-sheet Summary of video: Cancer staging is the process of determining how much cancer is in the body and its location. Understanding the stage of cancer helps doctors to: Develop a prognosis and design a treatment plan for individual patients. Learn how serious your cancer is and your chances of survival Describe where cancer is, if or where it has spread Predict the chance of cancer recurrence Doctors collect data about cancer to determine its stage. This information comes from: Physical examinations Imaging tests such as x-rays, CT scans, and MRI Laboratory tests from blood, urine and other fluids and tissues removed from the body Pathology Surgical reports The TNM system describes cancers that form solid tumors, such as breast, colon, or lung cancers. However, doctors use other staging systems to classify other types of cancer, such as brain tumors, blood cancers and childhood cancers. In the TNM system, each cancer has a letter or number to describe its spread. The letter "T" plus a number (0-4) describes the size and location of the tumor. It includes how much the tumor has grown into nearby tissues. A larger tumor that grows deeper into the surrounding tissue receives a higher number. For some types of cancer have lowercase letters, such as “a,” “b,” or "m" (for multiple), added to the “T.” The extra letters provide more detail about the tumor. TX means that you can't measure the tumor. T0 means there is no evidence of a primary tumor. Tis (T I S) means that the cancer cells are only growing in the most superficial layer of tissue. Numbers after the T (such as T1-T4) describe the tumor size or the amount of spread into nearby structures. Node (N). The letter "N" plus a number (0-3) describes whether you can find cancer in the lymph nodes. NX means that you can't evaluate the nearby lymph nodes. N0 means nearby lymph nodes do not contain cancer. Numbers after the N (such as N1-N3) describe the size, location, or the number of lymph nodes affected by cancer. The higher the N number, the greater the cancer spread to nearby lymph nodes. Metastasis (M). The letter "M" indicates whether the cancer has metastasized, or spread, to other parts of the body. M0 means that the cancer has not spread. M1 Indicates that cancer has spread. Most cancer types have their version of this classification system. So letters and numbers don’t always mean the same thing for every kind of cancer. Doctors combine the T,N,M results to determine the stages of cancer 1-4 for each person. Most cancers have four stages. Some cancers also have a stage 0 (zero). Stage 0: This stage describes cancer in situ, which means “in place.” Stage 0 cancers live in the place they started and have not spread to nearby tissues. Stage I: This is a small tumor that has not grown deep into nearby tissues. It also has not spread to the lymph nodes or other parts of the body. It is often called early-stage cancer. Stage II and III: These stages indicate larger cancers or tumors that survive deeper into nearby tissue. They may also spread to lymph nodes but not to other parts of the body. Stage IV. This stage means that the cancer has reached other organs or parts of the body. Some call it advanced or metastatic cancer. Read our blog at www.cancerwisdom.net/blog We teach the natural and holistic way to treat cancer without using toxic treatment methods. Visit our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/cancerwisdom/ Like and subscribe if you liked the video! Nostalgia by Tobu https://soundcloud.com/7obu http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Music provided by Audio Library https://youtu.be/03AKy9bhOMU
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Patient's Experience with Prostate Cancer, Surgery, & Survival: Part 3
 
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A prostate cancer survivor shares his experiences with his robotic prostatectomy at Henry Ford Hospital For more on Dr. Menon, visit https://www.henryford.com/physician-directory/m/menon-mani About the da Vinci Robotic Procedures The Vattikuti Urology Institute has performed more than 5,000 robotic procedures. We have more experience performing robotic prostatectomy than any other surgical team in the world. Today, we are the only institution routinely offering a catheter-free approach to robotic prostatectomy. For more on Robotic Surgery, visit https://www.henryford.com/services/urology About the Vattikuti Urology Institute Dr. Mani Menon and his surgical team offer unequaled quality and results. The Henry Ford Vattikuti Urology Institute, led by Mani Menon, M.D., offers the most advanced treatments for prostate cancer, kidney disease, bladder cancer, and other urologic disease. Dr. Menon is known worldwide for developing robotic surgery for prostate cancer treatment. His robotic surgery innovations have made robotic prostatectomy the surgical standard of care for prostate cancer. Since performing the first robotic prostatectomy at Henry Ford Hospital in 2001, Dr. Menon and the Vattikuti Urology Institute team continue to have the longest and largest robotic prostate surgery experience in the U.S. and the world: nearly 10 years and more than 5,000 robotic prostate surgeries. For more information on the Vattikuti Urology Institute, visit http://www.henryford.com/body_academic.cfm?id=41144 About Henry Ford Health System Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) is a Michigan not-for-profit corporation governed by a 22-member Board of Trustees. Advisory and affiliate boards comprising 129 Trustee volunteer leaders provide vital links to the communities served by the System. HFHS is managed by Chief Executive Officer Nancy M. Schlichting. HFHS is one of the nation's leading comprehensive, integrated health systems. It provides health insurance and health care delivery, including acute, specialty, primary and preventive care services backed by excellence in research and education. For more information, visit http://www.henryford.com
Views: 1348 HenryFordTV
World Cancer Congress 2014: Please help get this drug on the PBS for advanced prostate cancer.
 
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Aim Encourage contribution of a personal submission to a committee deciding whether a new drug should be added to the national pharmaceutical insurance scheme. (Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme or PBS). Secondary aim Educate men further on treatment options for their disease, and so help them to be more involved in their own treatment decisions. Target audience Men with prostate cancer, especially men with advanced prostate cancer, and those who care for them. Broadcast details Uploaded to YouTube and Vimeo, embedded on the JimJimJimJim.com website home page, posted in our forums, on our Twitter feed @JimJimJimJimCom, and included in an email to all members of the Australian Advanced Prostate Support Groups on 20 May 2014. A few days later a link was sent by email to the leaders of all the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA) support groups in Australia. Impact The public submissions close on 11 June 2014. At last measure (29 May 2014) 61% of our members had watched the video. We have no measure yet of the wider PCFA or public participation. World Cancer Declaration targets World Cancer Declaration 2013 calls on us to Increase efforts to empower and involve cancer patients in both cancer control planning and patient-led self-care at a local and national level as part of actions to Strengthen national capacity to accelerate responses to cancer. Global interest Its usefulness to other countries lies in the wide availability of the tools used, and simplicity of preparation. When thinking of video publicity many are thinking of expensive cameras, lights, scripts and so on. This gives them an alternative model that can be implemented quickly and cheaply. Hopefully, that may inspire them to act now with what is at hand.
Views: 115 JimJimJimJim
Catalyst Prostate Cancer Diagnosis
 
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ABC documentary about the uncertainties of prostate cancer diagnosis.
Views: 496 LosSewells
Austin CyberKnife: Cancer Treatment Overview of Spine and Spinal Cord Tumors
 
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The CyberKnife treats spinal tumors aggressively with high-dose radiation that doesn't require a rigid metal frame attached to the patient's skeleton like other radiosurgical systems. This is made possible by an advanced imaging system that tracks the tumor location during treatment procedures. Most spinal tumors are metastases -- tumors that have spread from cancer in another part of the patient's body, usually breast, prostate or lung cancer. Austin CyberKnife treats several different types of malignant and benign tumors in the brain, spine, lung, liver, pancreas, prostate, kidney and eye. The center offers the only CyberKnife technology in the greater Austin area. Contact Austin CyberKnife at (512) 324-8060 or visit www.austincyberknife.com for more information.
Views: 344 Austin CyberKnife
Prostatic Artery Embolization (PAE) Patient Video
 
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Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, or a benign enlarged prostate, can rob you of the life you used to lead. What’s more, current treatments can be invasive and may have side effects such as urinary or sexual dysfunction. Learn about your options at https://www.ask4pae.com
Views: 3284 Merit Medical Systems
Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) Thrombectomy - da Vinci Robotic Surgery
 
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The Vattikuti Urology Institute presents Robotic Inferior Vena Cava, IVC Thrombectomy Surgery. About Robotic Kidney Surgery At the Vattikuti Urology Institute, we are pioneers in the use of complex robotic surgery for diseases of the kidney, including cancerous and benign tumors, ureteropelvic junction obstruction, kidney cysts and kidney stones. For more information on Robotic Kidney Surgery, visit https://www.henryford.com/services/surgery/types/minimally-invasive About the Vattikuti Urology Institute The Henry Ford Vattikuti Urology Institute, led by Mani Menon, M.D., offers the most advanced treatments for prostate cancer, kidney disease, bladder cancer, and other urologic disease. Dr. Menon is known worldwide for developing robotic surgery for prostate cancer treatment. His robotic surgery innovations have made robotic prostatectomy the surgical standard of care for prostate cancer. Since performing the first robotic prostatectomy at Henry Ford Hospital in 2001, Dr. Menon and the Vattikuti Urology Institute team continue to have the longest and largest robotic prostate surgery experience in the U.S. and the world: nearly 10 years and more than 5,000 robotic prostate surgeries. About Henry Ford Health System Henry Ford Health System (HFHS) is a Michigan not-for-profit corporation governed by a 22-member Board of Trustees. Advisory and affiliate boards comprising 129 Trustee volunteer leaders provide vital links to the communities served by the System. HFHS is managed by Chief Executive Officer Nancy M. Schlichting. HFHS is one of the nation's leading comprehensive, integrated health systems. It provides health insurance and health care delivery, including acute, specialty, primary and preventive care services backed by excellence in research and education. For more information, visit http://www.henryford.com
Views: 23739 HenryFordTV