Some patients suffering from prostate cancer may also suffer from benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH), which means certain considerations will need to be taken into account before choosing the right prostate cancer treatment to address the issues. But how can you treat BPH?
Since BPH means that your prostate gland is enlarged, it can be tricky to use radiation treatment for prostate cancer before treating your enlarged prostate. In this video, shared by Prostate Cancer Research Institute in 2013, listen to Dr. Michael Steinberg from UCLA, as he shares some advice to patients to treat BPH first before using radiation therapy for prostate cancer.
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