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Will Rogers wanted on his tombstone the phrase-"I never met a man I didn't like."
How can that be? What sort of man is that?

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Don't agree to anything on the fly!

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A  good reputation takes years to build and seconds to lose.

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Cull the dullards!

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If they point to it then dilation will help it.

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If the prostate cancer is confined to prostate the single most important factor to consider in one's decision making is the Gleason's score.

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In the end the statistics give you a number and the patient is still left with whether to do a biopsy for an elevated PSA or not. How  big a boy are ya?

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Patients will often choose to have their prostate removed for prostate cancer because, " I can always have radiation after having the prostate removed but not vice versa." True...but does it matter. In this podcast some of the caveats of this very nuanced disease as it pertains to this line of reasoning and whether it matters or not is discussed by Dr. John McHugh a prostate cancer survivor and author of "The Decision" which is in the top five for paperback and Kindle on Amazon.com for the subject of prostate cancer. He was also chosen as the number one Online Influencer for Prostate Cancer by Sharecare Now for 2012.

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That the psa goes down after a course of antibiotics is encouraging...but not definitive. A better messure of things is the trending of the value of the psa over period of time. Your urologist will know how to advise you on this and the timing and necessity of a prostate biopsy.

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The most common questions that arise at a pre-vasectomy consultation with a urologist.

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