Patient Perspective: Biff Kinney

September 10, 2018

My name is Biff Kinney, I am 57 years young and live in Atlanta, Georgia. For 32 years I have been employed by a major Japan-based company and am responsible for business development globally. I have worked in most Asian countries and travelled Europe, South America, Canada and the United States extensively. I ride Harley Davidson Motorcycles which are customized to my designs. In addition I am an avid roller skater and design all of my own skates. Most importantly I am married to Tracy, the love of my life since we met in 1977. I have a big and beautiful life, it is like being in a custom built mansion where the sun always shines.

6 Tips For A Healthy 2018

January 18, 2018

With the New Year, come new goals and resolutions. If taking control of your prostate health isn’t already on your list, consider adding it. Many of the preventative measures taken for your prostate can have positive affects on your overall physical and mental condition. Follow these guidelines to achieve optimal prostate health.

Quality of (sex) Life After Prostate Cancer

September 29, 2016

When you are going about your everyday life and are suddenly slammed with a cancer diagnosis, you may wonder how this will affect your regular activities. With prostate cancer, there are varying degrees of impact. Men who have prostate cancer that requires treatment will see more impact on their usual activity level, with the degree dependent on the treatment they pursue.

Study shows HIFU preserves quality of life

April 22, 2016

HIFU has traditionally been used to treat the entire prostate gland. However, recent studies suggest that partial gland, or focal, HIFU treatment may be a safer and effective treatment in select patients. The largest study to date on focal HIFU treatment has just been presented with exciting results.

Questions to ask your HIFU doctor

April 15, 2016

A cancer diagnosis is bound to bring about many questions. Vituro Health Medical Director Stephen Scionti, M.D., has been treating prostate cancer patients for more than 25 years and knows many of the questions he will get after diagnosing a patient.

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