Living With Prostate Cancer


Prostate Cancer is the second most common type of cancer worldwide.¹ According to the World Cancer Research fund, there have been 1.3 million new cases diagnosed in 2018.

For many men, being diagnosed with prostate cancer is a significant change in their life and it comes with a number of new concerns: “Will I survive? What treatment options are available to me? What are the primarily involving side effects and consequences of the treatment? Will I still be able to be intimate with my partner? What are the odds for incontinence?”

Comprehensive information about the disease and therapy options is valuable for men diagnosed with prostate cancer. The information offered here can allow men to face their diagnosis empowered with knowledge — as knowledge helps to alleviate worries and concerns.
 

Age Standardised (World) Incident Rates | Prostate | All Ages ²

 

1 in 7 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in their lifetime

What is the TULSA Treatment?

 
The TULSA treatment has been developed for patients with localised low to intermediate risk prostate cancer. The main objective of the TULSA treatment is to kill diseased prostate tissue while protecting the surrounding organs and structures and, better maintaining the functions of those organs and structures when it comes to potency and continence. Topline results of the performed clinical trial for patients with Gleason scores 6 and 7 has been announced on April 4, 2019.³
 

Looking for a
Treatment Centre?


There are several hospitals that are offering a TULSA in Europe.
Find out out more about each centre following the link.


Treatment Centres