Penile Prostheses Offer Safe, Long-Term Erectile Dysfunction Solution

Phil Shulka is a retired Naval Corpsman who served in the Naval Reserve from 1969 to 1970 and was stationed in Guantanamo Bay on the USS Rich (DD-820). Phil also attended Naval Corps School in Great Lakes Illinois. He has led an active life, exercised regularly and was rarely sick. At age 55, Phil had…

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exercise may reduce the risk of prostate cancer

Exercise Reduces Prostate Cancer Risk Only For Some Men

According to a new study, exercise may reduce the risk of prostate cancer; however, the benefits vary by age and ethnicity. Researchers affiliated with Duke University and Veterans Affairs Medical Center, both in Durham, North Carolina, published their findings online on February 11 in the journal cancer. The researchers noted that previous studies have reported…

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How to reduce the risk of erectile dysfunction following prostate cancer surgery

A not uncommon complication of a radical prostatectomy for cancer is erectile dysfunction. According to a new study published in the June 2012 edition of the journal European Urology by UCLA researchers, the risk of this complication can be greatly reduced by selecting the right surgeon and undergoing robotic surgery. According to UCLA Health System,…

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