Oncological diseases

Prostate cancer

Prostate cancer is a form of cancer that develops in the prostate gland
gland. The prostate gland or prostate belongs to the male reproductive
system. The main functions of the gland are partial production of seminal fluid
(about 30% of the total volume), as well as participation in the process of ejaculation. The ability
of a man to retain urine is also related to the function of the prostate.
Prostate cancer is more often diagnosed in men aged 55-60 years and older. In the countries of
Western Europe, prostate cancer is the third most common cancer among men.
cancer, and in America it is the first. The incidence of prostate cancer in
Ukraine prostate cancer took the fourth position. Every year there are registered
approximately 6.5 thousand new cases.
The peculiarity of prostate cancer is that the malignant formation
develops very slowly. In the initial stages, the disease can occur without any noticeable symptoms.
any noticeable symptoms.
Our specialists will help you to choose the most appropriate treatment, based on the stage
of the disease, the symptoms, and even the patient's wishes.
For example, the possibility of removing the tumor with brachytherapy
Proton therapy is a new direction in radiation therapy that has opened up great
in the fight against localized prostate cancer. Compared to
standard radiotherapy and brachytherapy, proton therapy is more precise and has fewer side effects.
precisely and with fewer side effects.