Do you know that prostate cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths in American men next to skin cancer? Do you know that the prostate is a vital part of a man’s reproductive system? Do you know men can have both benign and cancerous growths in the prostate gland? Most importantly, do you know the five warning signs of prostate cancer? Every man should know when to take action.
Dr. Steven Gange will be joining Dr. Seth Cohen on SiriusXM Doctor Radio to discuss Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH). Tune in to channel 110 on Wednesday, September 8th at 6:00pm-7:00pm ET to listen to the discussion on the Men’s Health Show.
Dr. Seth Cohen is a leading men’s health urologist at NYU and host of the Men’s Health Show. He and Dr. Gange will be discussing BPH symptoms and BPH treatment options.
How does prostate cancer spread? One way this occurs is when early treatments for prostate cancer don’t work, allowing cancer to spread, usually slowly. The cancer cells sometimes survive inside the prostate gland and can spread further to other areas of the body.
As men get older, many suffer from benign prostatic hyperplasia or BPH, a non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland. This condition results in multiple symptoms. In particular, can BPH affect your sex life?
Join us from August 22nd through the 25th, in Whitefish, Montana, as Advances in Men’s Health hosts their first ever men’s health conference. This conference will provide relevant and innovative men’s healthcare education to both primary care and urology providers. By utilizing speakers who are both leaders in their field and skilled teachers, attendees will be able to receive valuable information that they can use to better their practice. This event will include both presentations from industry leaders and open panel discussions that encourage dialogue between both the primary care providers and the urology specialists.
Conference agenda items include:
- Presentations from industry leaders, like Summit Urology Group’s very own Dr. Steven N. Gange
- Panel Discussions
- Industry-Sponsored Breakfast & Lunch
This conference is being held at The Lodge at Whitefish Lake which is minutes away from Glacier National Park. Attendees are encouraged to bring their families along. The agenda allows them time to explore and enjoy recreational activities.
- Dates: August 22-25, 2021
- Location: The Lodge at Whitefish Lake
1380 Wisconsin Avenue
Whitefish, MT 59937
As the program director, Dr. Steven N. Gange is available to help answer any questions you have about the conference. For more information about the conference, or registration please visit the link below.
They say, “With age comes wisdom.” If that is truly the case, with prostate cancer, men should understand when and why a man should be screened. If you’re not sure about the importance of screening, keep reading.
Steven N. Gange, MD, FACS, Director of Research and Education at Granger Medical Clinic/Summit Urology Group, conducted a propensity score-matched study comparing Focal Therapy vs. Radical Prostatectomy. Focal therapy is a non-invasive approach to removing small tumors within the prostate. This technique spares most of the normal tissue while leaving the remaining gland intact. Radical Prostatectomy is the classic way of removing the prostate which includes removing the prostate gland and the surrounding tissue. Until now, a propensity score-matched study comparing focal therapy (FT) for localized prostate cancer to radical prostatectomy (RP) has never been reported.
Staging prostate cancer after its diagnosis helps to describe the extent of the disease and is utilized to guide the treatment plan and forecast the patient’s prognosis. Understanding the four stages of prostate cancer is a valuable tool for both the physician and the patient.
It can be the “elephant in the room” if you are having trouble with erectile dysfunction, even in your doctor’s office. It is a hard subject (pun intended) to bring up and discuss, but it’s more than just sex. Here’s why you should seek treatment for erectile dysfunction.
When you’re a young man there are certain things you don’t bother to think about like losing your hair, slowing down, needing a cane to walk, or getting prostate cancer. Young guys consider these all “old man” issues. Not so fast though. Maybe the others will take decades before you have to face them, but prostate cancer in young men is increasing. Here’s what you should know.