The best treatments for prostate cancer include surgery, external radiation therapy and internal radiation therapy, according to Men's Health. Most treatments have a 90 percent success rate when they are used early enoug... More »

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Side effects of two of the most common treatments for prostate cancer, surgery and radiation therapy, include urinary leakage and increased bowel urgency, according to The American Cancer Society. Many men also report se... More »

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Prostate cancer with a score of Gleason 6 is still in stage I, reports the American Cancer Society. Depending on the specific patient, treatment for Stage I prostate cancer may involve watchful waiting or active surveill... More »

Treatment of prostate cancer can include surgery, radiation therapy, cryosurgery, hormone therapy chemotherapy, vaccine treatment or bone-directed treatment. Watchful waiting or expectant management is sometimes also par... More »

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Radioactive seed implants work as a form of radiation therapy for prostate cancer, according to WebMD. This procedure is also commonly known as brachytherapy or internal radiation therapy. More »

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Side effects of two of the most common treatments for prostate cancer, surgery and radiation therapy, include urinary leakage and increased bowel urgency, according to The American Cancer Society. Many men also report se... More »

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Working out a prostate cancer prognosis depends on the stage of the disease and other determining factors such as the person's age, general health, diet and response to treatment, according to the American Cancer Society... More »