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Dogs to Sniff Out Prostate Cancer?

According to Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez, scientists in Italy say they have trained two dogs to detect prostate cancer with in excess of 90% accuracy. Using dogs to diagnose the disease could provide an alternative to the current blood test for prostate-specific antigen (PSA), which can provide false results in men who don’t have… read more »

Research Uncovers 5 Types of Prostate Cancer

According to Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez, researchers in the U.K. have discovered that there are actually five different types of prostate cancer. They report that these five dissimilar types of prostate cancer can be differentiated from one another and result in more targeted treatment for patients. Some prostate cancer key statistics: Prostate cancer is… read more »

July is Bladder Cancer Month

This month is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month. According to Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez, this type of cancer is typically caused by tobacco use and is also considered a ‘downwinder’ form of cancer common among people exposed to nuclear testing such as the tests performed in Nevada in the 1950s. Bladder cancer is typically easy… read more »

Watchful Waiting for Prostate Cancer

Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez find that a patient’s first reaction when receiving the diagnosis of cancer is to question if it can be cured and what type of treatment will be needed. According to a new study, merely observing men with very low or low risk prostate cancers may be the best course of… read more »

What To Do If You Have An Enlarged Prostate

If you are a man and have been having more and more difficulty in urinating, Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez warns the problem may be due to an enlarged prostate gland – a condition known as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH).  It is a common problem many men encounter as they get older.  Treatments are variable… read more »

When should you be screened for prostate cancer?

The American Cancer Society recommends that men make an informed decision with their urologist regarding when and if they are screened for prostate cancer. Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez says the decision should be made after discussing information about the uncertainties, risks and possible benefits of prostate cancer screening. This crucial discussion should take place… read more »

Connection Between an Elevated PSA and Prostate Cancer?

A man’s PSA level may vary depending on many factors such as age, race and family history of prostate disease. However, according to Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez, an elevated PSA doesn’t always mean Prostate Cancer and that’s why it’s critical for every patient to receive a personalized approach. Dr. Suarez advises his patients to… read more »

The Connection Between Ejaculation and Prostate Cancer

According to Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez, recent studies show that men who ejaculate more often are less likely to develop prostate cancer. In the largest study to date that explores the potential link between ejaculation and prostate cancer, researchers found that men between the ages of 40 and 49 who ejaculate at least 21… read more »

Prostate Cancer Risk is Parallel to Breast Cancer

According to Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez, the risk of contracting prostate cancer for men is as high as the risk of breast cancer in women.  He refers to them as parallel diseases even though breast cancer has had many educational moments from celebrities like Angelina Jolie and Rita Wilson. However, prostate cancer continues to… read more »

List of Things Every Man Should Know About Prostate Cancer

Shockingly, approximately 240,000 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in the country this year. Yet, Miami urologist Dr. George Suarez finds that many of his patients don’t know much about the disease. Following are some of the most important facts about prostate cancer that every man should know. It’s typically a disease of old… read more »