We’ve become much more advanced in how we test for prostate cancer and make a decision on the right treatment to give. In this article we asked consultant urologist Mr Marc Laniado what patients can expect from the process and what your results mean.
Prostate cancer is on the rise in the UK, with 47,700 men diagnosed each year. With so many men affected, we asked prostate cancer expert Mr Marc Laniado if there’s anything you can do to reduce your own risk – and whether it’s worth having regular check-ups.
Prostate problems are very common, particularly among older men. But can they affect younger men as well? Is it something that can run in the family? And how would you know if there was something wrong? Here to answer our questions is Marc Laniado, a highly-experienced prostate cancer specialist working in Harley Street, London.
Benign prostate enlargement affects 8 in 10 men over the age of 70. It is a relatively common condition which can seriously affect quality of life. Leading urologist Mr Marc Laniado explains what to watch out for.