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Prostate Cancer: Radiation

Video: Radiation Therapy and Prostate Cancer -- Get an Energy Boost From Exercise

Radiation therapy patient Dick Yolevich tackles prostate cancer fatigue with exercise. Can exercise give you the same boost? Learn more.

Video: Radiation Therapy and Prostate Cancer -- Get an Energy Boost From Exercise

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Prostate Cancer: The Basics

The prostate is a muscular, walnut-sized gland that surrounds part of the urethra, the tube that transports urine and sperm out of the body. A gland is a group of cells that secretes chemicals that act on or control the activity of other cells or organs. The prostate is part of the male reproductive system. Its main job is to make seminal fluid, the milky substance that transports sperm. Sperm is produced in the testicles, which also make the male hormone testosterone. Testosterone stimulates the...

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Radiation Treatment for Prostate Cancer

Radiation therapy, also called X-ray therapy, is used to treat cancer cells only in the treated area.  Various techniques are used to deliver this type of treatment. Find out what to expect in this overview article.

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Radioactive Seed Implants for Prostate Cancer

Radioactive seed implants, also called brachytherapy or internal radiation therapy, are forms of therapy for prostate cancer. Learn about the two types that are available.

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