Vasectomy and Prostate Cancer

October 20, 2017

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer found in men, with over 230,000 men diagnosed in the United States every year. Although it is common, it is still one of the least well-known cancers and there are several myths circulating about symptoms and potential risk factors.

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Health and Wellness Update

July 28, 2017

You may know there is a connection between healthy eating and reducing your risk for conditions such as obesity, heart disease and high blood pressure, but did you know eating well is also connected to prostate health? We're sharing three tips on how you can slow the progression of prostate cancer and live your healthiest life. 

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PSA Testing: Understanding Your Results

July 10, 2017

The thought of getting tested for cancer can be a very intimidating task, but understanding exactly what your results mean and what your options are going forward might just help put you at ease. So, what do your PSA test results mean?

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In His Own Words: Dr. Jerry Greenberg

April 28, 2017

Because of prostate cancer’s widespread impact, Vituro Health seeks to empower men, their families and the doctors who treat them with resources and services that elevate the standard of care and improve the overall patient experience. The passion for this vision is clear when you speak to our individual doctors and leadership. Vituro Health partner physician Dr. Jerry Greenberg explains the importance of PSA testing when it comes to prostate health.

What Women Should Know About Prostate Cancer

April 14, 2017

With prostate cancer affecting 1 in 7 men in the United States, the chances that a woman’s father, brother, or husband will some day be diagnosed is significant. Recently, we caught up patient Richard Gaffoglio’s wife to talk about what she thinks women should know about prostate cancer, and the importance of being a source of support.

Blog Tags: Prostate Cancer Treatment Options.

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