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As a man, you may someday develop

a prostate ailment. That’s why you need…

Your Personal Road Map

to Wisely Navigate the Territory of

Prostate Cancer, Prostatitis and Enlarged Prostate

When you’re confronting a prostate ailment, you don’t want detours. You don’t want distractions. You want clear directions so you can have the best chance to arrive safe and sound. And that’s what you’ll find in Prostate Health: Diagnosing, Preventing, and Treating Cancer and Other Diseases of the Prostate.

What’s a man to do?

The good news is that when it comes to dealing with prostate ailments — prostatitis, BPH (enlarged prostate) or even prostate cancer — you have more treatment options than ever.

But how do you choose a course of action? How do you sort out the competing claims? Indeed, how do you know if perhaps — for you — the best thing to do is to do nothing at all?

Now you’ll know, thanks to Prostate Health: Diagnosing, Preventing, and Treating Cancer and Other Diseases of the Prostate — the straight-talking guide that dispels common prostate myths and enables you to confidently make the best decisions to combat and conquer the major prostate diseases.

Step-by-step, you’ll gain new insights about your prostate and discover how you can help prevent prostate ailments. You’ll get the latest on the much-maligned PSA test and explore emerging options in testing that may provide far more reliable results with far fewer false positives. And you’ll discover the latest treatment options to minimize the effects of prostate ailments without compromising your personal independence or sexual vitality.

Up-to-date, instant answers about the prevention, detection and treatment of prostate cancer.

When it comes to prostate conditions, the last thing we want to hear you say is “I wish I knew then what I know now.” That’s why the experts at Cleveland Clinic have just published the fully-updated 2021 Report.

You’ll see how certain foods and beverages can help prevent or slow the progression of prostate cancer. You’ll get an up-close look at new high-tech advances in prostate imaging and how new biopsy techniques are improving doctors’ diagnostic capabilities.

You’ll get answers to your questions like how do open, laparoscopic and robotic surgical techniques compare for lowering complications and minimizing a cancer recurrence. Is incontinence a greater possibility with surgery than radiation? You’ll be able to weigh the risks and benefits of external beam radiation versus the increasingly popular radioactive seed implantation. You’ll find out about a new therapy dubbed the “male lumpectomy.” And more.

How to fight prostatitis — one of the most common prostate conditions known to men of all ages.

Prostatitis — a painful inflammation of the prostate — will likely affect 50 percent of men during their lifetimes. It can linger on and off for years and cause debilitating urinary and sexual symptoms and, in some cases, destroy fertility.

But there is plenty you can do about it. In Prostate Health: Diagnosing, Preventing, and Treating Cancer and Other Diseases of the Prostate, you’ll learn what symptoms to look for, the multi-faceted approach to diagnose and treat nonbacterial prostatitis, plus a variety of non-drug treatments that help relieve the painful condition.

You’ll discover how doctors are helping men ease — and eliminate — the discomfort of prostatic enlargement.

You’ll also learn about the causes of BPH (enlarged prostate) and the new treatment advances that are improving outcomes and reducing side effects, often without surgery. You’ll read about a combination therapy that’s reducing symptom progression far better than any prior single drug and why you may want to avoid certain cold and allergy medicines if you do have BPH symptoms.

The 2021 Edition is yours to read risk-free because your order is backed by our 100%, money-back guarantee. If after receiving and reading your copy, you’re not satisfied, let us know and we’ll gladly refund you your money with no questions asked.

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