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Agent Orange: Likely a Prostate Cancer Risk Factor

Agent Orange: Likely a Prostate Cancer Risk Factor

Research shows that exposure to Agent Orange, an herbicide frequently used during the Vietnam War, likely caused an aggressive form of prostate cancer in many Vietnam veterans. The U.S. military used significant amounts of Agent Orange, which was contaminated with dioxin, a dangerous toxin that is now believed to cause cancer, to spray on trees and other vegetation. Soldiers who served in Vietnam between 1962-1975 were likely exposed to this...

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PSA Screenings: A Good Idea at Any Age

PSA Screenings: A Good Idea at Any Age

What is PSA? The prostate makes a protein called prostate-specific antigen (PSA), which is measured by a blood test.  If the PSA is high, the patient may have prostate cancer, but other factors (including an enlarged prostate or certain medications) can also cause elevated numbers. How are PSA Screenings Helpful? Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men, besides skin cancer.  Research shows that 1 in 9 men will be...

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Transurethral Ultrasound Ablation (TULSA) for Prostate Cancer Treatment: An Interview With Joseph J. Busch, Jr., MD

Transurethral Ultrasound Ablation (TULSA) for Prostate Cancer Treatment: An Interview With Joseph J. Busch, Jr., MD

Dr Busch was recently interviewed by IO Learning about integrating the recently FDA-approved TULSA treatment into his practice. He explained that in the phase 2 trial ... "They treated the entire gland with TULSA, and compared it with prostatectomy, with 4-year data now available. First, they’ve shown that they can kill cancer with this technique. Second, and very importantly, they’ve shown that 90% of the men who had sexual function before the...

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Incision-Free, Radiation-Free Prostate Cancer Treatment Now Available in Georgia

Incision-Free, Radiation-Free Prostate Cancer Treatment Now Available in Georgia

ALPHARETTA, GA. (PRWEB) MARCH 25, 2020 Busch Center First in State to Offer Groundbreaking TULSA Procedure Busch Center, the leading prostate MRI facility in America, is now offering a groundbreaking cancer treatment procedure, known as the TULSA (Transurethral Ultrasound Ablation) Procedure, which requires no incision, no radiation and is customized to treat only unhealthy prostate tissue. Busch Center is one of the few elite facilities...

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INFOGRAPHIC: Prostate Cancer in America

INFOGRAPHIC: Prostate Cancer in America

Know Before You Know Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer in men today.  Just like mammograms are essential for women’s health, proactive prostate MRI screenings saves lives and improves the quality of life for men and their loved ones. Prostate Cancer in America at a Glance 191,930 Estimated new cases in 2020 104.2* Incidence Rates 2012-2016 33,330 Estimated deaths in 2020 19.1* Death Rates 2013-2017 2.9% Probability of dying...

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Coronavirus Update: Virtual Consultations Available

Coronavirus Update: Virtual Consultations Available

At Busch Center, the health and wellness of our patients, their loved ones and our employees is our top priority. We’ve been monitoring the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak as it relates to healthcare providers and patient care. Be assured that our practice has always gone above and beyond all guidelines recommended by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), the American Cancer Society (ACS) and Georgia Department...

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Can Diet Changes Improve Your Health?

Can Diet Changes Improve Your Health?

After being diagnosed with prostate cancer, you’ll work with your medical team to determine the most appropriate next steps.  For some patients, that means active surveillance; for others, treatment is warranted.  Regardless of the recommended approach, many medical professionals believe that diet changes can make a positive difference for men with prostate cancer. Increasingly, medical teams are examining the role of diet in prostate...

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Personalized Treatment for Patients with Prostate Cancer Using MRI-guided Transurethral Ultrasound Ablation (TULSA)

Traditional methods of treating prostate cancer – radical prostatectomy and radiation therapy – treat the entire gland, no matter where the lesion is located, often leading to a lifetime of incontinence and impotence. The TULSA Procedure is widely respected around the world for its localized treatment and as such is well-positioned to address the changing landscape of prostate cancer disease management.

Busch Center is proud to offer the TULSA Procedure to treat both BPH and prostate cancer.

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