A must-have reference for patients and their loved ones
If you are one of the thousands of men who are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year, then this straightforward guide is for you. You get up-to-date information on treatment options and discover how to cope with treatment side effects, receive the follow-up care you need, and handle work and family life during your recovery.
Praise for Prostate Cancer For Dummies
"When choices are varied and involve surgical and non- surgical options for localized prostate cancer, information needs to be balanced and clearly explained with nonmedical terminology. Prostate Cancer For Dummies fills this critical niche."
Paul F. Schellhammer, MD, Professor of Urology
Christine Adamec is a veteran medical writer.
This book presents a great overview of prostrate cancer options, diagnosis, type of procedures, analysis of blood work, ie PSA Scores; plus other useful information. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Kenneth Baumgardner
very informative and easy to follow but a bit dated now.perhaps there is a more recent edition.but a good deal on the price.Published 11 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book provided excellent information, especially for someone recently diagnosed with prostate cancer. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ronald Hunter
This book has all the basic information but is 11 years old so there are some newer books out with more current information. Read morePublished 13 months ago by AZ86351
This very easy to read and understand book helped me through my prostate cancer surgery recovery phase. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Scott
It's not bad but should be updated to more recent research. Information and comprehensibility are just like any other for dummies book.Published 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
Great book! Very informative. My doctor recommended this book to me and I would recommend it to anyone diagnosed with prostrate cancer.Published 21 months ago by Randall
A good primer on the subject and treatments. After reading it I know enough to ask questions. Good luck with your treatment.Published 23 months ago by mikel46