Article - 4 Minute Read
January 31, 2020
Erectile dysfunction is a common side effect of prostate surgery. Learn about possible risks, the recovery process, and treatment for ED at UPMC.
Medically Reviewed by Men’s Health Center
Categorized as: Living and Wellness, Men's Health, Urology
Tagged with: Men's Health, prostate, prostate cancer, surgery, UPMC Men's Health Center
Article - 3 Minute Read
May 7, 2019
Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men, especially for those 65 and older. Learn other important and useful facts about prostate cancer.
Medically Reviewed by UPMC Hillman Cancer Center
Categorized as: Cancer Care, Men's Health, Prostate Cancer
Tagged with: cancer, prostate, prostate cancer, urination
Article - 1 Minute Read
September 17, 2016
Prostate cancer is among the most commonly diagnosed cancers in men. Learn about prostate cancer symptoms, causes, and treatment options.
Categorized as: Cancer Care, Prostate Cancer
Tagged with: cancer care, Men's Health, national prostate cancer awareness month, prostate cancer, prostate cancer symptoms
February 16, 2016
Robotic surgery carries fewer risks and less pain and scarring than traditional open surgery. Learn about the robot-assisted urological procedure options.
Categorized as: Health Topics A-Z, Urology
Tagged with: bladder cancer, kidney cancer, prostate, prostate cancer, prostatectomy, robotic surgery, urology
July 17, 2015
Cancer is scary, but there are ways you can help prevent developing this disease. Five easy lifestyle changes can help. Learn more!
Categorized as: Cancer Care
Tagged with: breast cancer, cancer prevention, head and neck cancer, healthy foods, pancreatic cancer, prevent cancer, prostate cancer, sunscreen, Tobacco
February 16, 2015
Cancer patients and caregivers may need extra help navigating through their journey. Support groups are highly encouraged and proven to be beneficial.
Tagged with: American Cancer Society, breast cancer, cancer, LiveWell Survivorship, prostate cancer, support groups
January 5, 2014
Learn how minimally invasive urologic surgery helps people suffering from many kidney, bladder, and prostate conditions including prostate cancer.
Medically Reviewed by Urology
Categorized as: Cancer Care, Health Topics A-Z, Prostate Cancer, Urology
Tagged with: bladder, kidneys, laparoscopic instruments, laparoscopic nephrectomy, minimally invasive robotic surgery, percutaneous nephrolithotomy, postoperative pain, prostate, prostate brachytherapy, prostate cancer, robotic urology, robotic-assisted prostatectomy, Ronald Benoit MD, UPMC Mercy, Urology Center