Radiotherapy in prostate cancer treatment can leave patients with unpleasant side effects, such as an increase in the need to urinate and difficulty in even starting urination. SpaceOAR® Hydrogel can help minimise these side effects of radiotherapy. One of our leading urologists Mr Neil Haldar explains more.
If you may be undergoing a radical prostatectomy soon for prostate cancer you will want to know what the survival rate is as well as information about further treatment after the surgery. We spoke to leading urologist, Mr Neil Haldar to find out more information about the procedure and what to expect.
We found out from leading urologist, Mr Neil Haldar, what measures should be taken once a radical prostatectomy is completed. We found out exactly what undetectable PSA after radical prostatectomy is and more information about checking whether there are remaining cancer cells after radical prostatectomy.
Radical prostatectomy require measures prior to the prodcedure. Once you have the surgery, a number of lifestyle changes will need to be made and it can take a while to recover. We recently spoke to leading urologist Mr Neil Haldar to find out more infortmation about what to expect from radical prostatectomy surgery.
A radical prostatectomy can cause a range of side-effects, from standard wound infections to erectile dysfunction. However, there are fortunately a range of treatment options to ensure you’re as fully functioning as possible in the penile area, if you ever need to get this procedure done, Mr Neil Haldar, a leading urologist, spoke with us to let us know what exactly are the risks of a radical prostatectomy, side effects from the surgery and some of the treatment options available.
A nerve-sparing radical prostatectomy involves much more than just the removal of the prostate glands. It's an invasive procedure that needs extreme attention to detail for a successful result. Luckily, top urologists such as Mr Neil Haldar are around in order to carry out surgeries such as this one successfully. We recently sat and spoke with him to find out what else is removed besides the prostate glands and some of the different approaches when carrying out a radical prostatectomy.
Radical prostatectomy surgery is often carried out for patients with prostate cancer. It’s an extremely effective procedure which like most surgeries has some risks involved. Leading urologist, Mr Neil Haldar, explains the indications for radical prostatectomy surgery and what the differences between a prostatectomy and a radical prostatectomy are.
Primarily affecting those over 60, bladder cancer continues to affect over 10,000 people every year. So knowing what causes this disease can help you reduce, or even prevent it from developing. Mr Neil Halder, a leading urological surgeon based in Buckinghamshire, explains how small changes to your lifestyle can help.
Men undergoing radiation therapy for prostate cancer can experience some negative side effects, especially regarding bowel function, urination and sexual functioning. Consultant urological surgeon Mr Neil Haldar shares his insight into SpaceOAR hydrogel that protects the rectum during radiation therapy and how it greatly benefits men who need radiation therapy for prostate cancer.
Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men over the age of 50 in the UK and it’s estimated that one in eight men will get prostate cancer at some point in their lives. The risk increases with age, with a third of men, diagnosed being over the age of 75. Mr Neil Haldar tells us a little bit about prostate cancer and if it can be prevented.