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Redefining Prostate Cancer: An Innovative Guide to Diagnosis and Treatment Paperback – October 1, 2013
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I highly recommend this book to the women who are facing a diagnosis and are looking for guidance on how to better understand and make informed decisions. I equally recommend this book to men who need to learn about their options.
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If your PSA is climbing and your urologist hasn't or won't read this book, find a new urologist.Published 18 months ago by MX2
As the author of "An ABC of Prostate Cancer in 2015" and a past sufferer of PCa, I found this book which is written by three medical 'giants', most informative.Published 19 months ago by Alan Lawrenson
provides updated information about the complexities of dealing with a disease that afflicts too many and is resistant to many treatmentsPublished on April 29, 2014 by Alan Balboni
As a prostate cancer survivor, I'm always looking for good information on the subject. In this case, I found the book to be a mixed bag. Read morePublished on April 25, 2014 by David Armstrong
Very brief and light treatment of the subject, which would be good if in a free pamphlet, but not $10+. Expected more depth, especially since Dr. Lamm was an author. Read morePublished on February 25, 2014 by Amazon Customer
This book increases your knowledge in how best to choose treatment on prostate cancer.
The book also provides a checklist in what you should ask your doctor.
Very well written, plus a lot of inciteful information about the prostate in easy to understand language. It put my mind to rest with regard to several concerns I had.IPublished on December 10, 2013 by Steve Linett