An early diagnosis of prostate cancer is extremely important in order to increase the survival chances of the patient. The average survival rate of men diagnosed as having metastatic prostate cancer is only two years, as compared to a survival rate of more than 10 years with 90% of the men who had an early stage screening for prostate cancer.
The treatment of prostate cancer with the use of the da Vinci system is a new cutting edge technology in surgery, where highly developed modern medical techniques are used. In a da Vinci prostatectomy the entire prostate is removed, and if necessary, the surrounding tissue as well. With this treatment, the risks of impotency and incontinence are reduced to a minimum. Read more about the da Vinci treatment »
This therapy is primarily applied for the treatment of less aggressive tumours. It is an internal radiation and therefore a less harmful alternative. In this therapy the rays are effective at a short distance from within the body. The big advantage of this method is that the prostate can be treated fairly accurately with the least possible harm to healthy tissue. Read more about the Brachy treatment »
✓ Dr. J.H. Witt, Europe's most experienced daVinci-specialist✓ Highly experienced medical team✓ Minimal risk of impotence✓ Minimal risk of incontinence✓ 1200 treatments a year