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Overcoming prostate problems

The prostate is a small gland, about the size of a walnut, and is situated just below the male bladder. It produces fluid which binds with semen aiding in the motility of sperm.

Overcoming prostate problems

The prostate is a small gland about the size of a walnut and is situated just below the male bladder.

Prostate cancer information and support series

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Saolta University Healthcare Group, in association with Cancer Care West and the Irish Cancer Society, is holding a series of free information and support sessions for men who have been treated for prostate cancer.

Prostate cancer information evening

This evening is open to people from Donegal to Clare and to the midlands. Rachael Dalton is a clinical nurse specialist in prostate cancer survivorship who provides care, advice, support, and education for patients with prostate cancer. 

Prostate cancer information evening at the Menlo Park Hotel

Saolta University Health Care Group in conjunction with the Irish Cancer Society, is holding a prostate cancer information evening in Galway on Thursday November 12. It is open to people from Donegal right down to Clare and throughout the Midlands.

Information evening on prostate cancer to be held in city

An information evening on prostate cancer will be held in Menlo Park Hotel on Thursday November 12.

Skin cancer - the most common male cancer among VHI customers last year

Skin cancer was the most common male cancer among Vhi Healthcare members in Galway last year.

Movember funding aids nurse-led prostate centre

Galway University Hospital will be one of two centres in the State to pilot a specialist nurse-led side effects clinic for men with prostate cancer.

Movember starts tomorrow

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Freddie Mercury, Albert Einstein, Friedrich Nietzsche, Charlie Chaplin, Lemmy, Friedrich Engels, and Willy O’Dea are famous for their moustaches and Galway men can emulate them from tomorrow.

Mayo patients received inaccurate prostate results due to faulty equipment

The statement continued: “It is important to note that this testing is a first step to diagnosis. The National Prostate Cancer GP referral guidelines state that patients with an abnormal PSA result should have a repeat PSA at six weeks. A clinical prostate assessment to include a digital rectal examination and the second PSA test is therefore undertaken prior to biopsy in order to confirm the diagnosis and initiate treatment if required.”

 

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