Recent changes to the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer

The approach to diagnosing and treating prostate cancer has changed drastically in just the last few years. Surgery may not be the best answer. Urologist Martin Weissman, M.D., shares information that’s important for all men to understand.

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Exploring the facts about testosterone replacement therapies

With so many “low-T” advertisements in the media, it’s hard to tell the difference between sound advice and hype for testosterone replacement therapies. Bruce Hoyle, M.D., is a hormone replacement specialist, and he explains how each type of treatment works — including injections, creams and gels — and whether or not they are safe to use.

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Dick Butkus and Deacon Jones talk football

Pro Football Hall of Fame legends Dick Butkus and Deacon Jones came together May 4, 2012, for a lively discussion about their storied football careers — from Jones’ famed head slap and his historic coining of the term “quarterback sack” to Butkus’ singular “mean” style for playing the game and how that competitive attitude helped him after his pro football career. Jones, who was known as the “Secretary of Defense,” passed away June 3, 2013.

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Is it cancer? A frank discussion about the prostate

William Pearce, M.D., of Associated Urologists of Orange County, explains common prostate health problems, including cancer, and demonstrates techniques in treatment.


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Colorectal cancer screening for men and women

Colorectal cancer is a disease that equally affects both men and women. George Moro, M.D., co-director of the Colorectal Program at St. Joseph Hospital in Orange, Calif., explores symptoms and treatment.

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