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The West German Prostate Center is one of the largest centers for prostate cancer in Europe. Since 2002 the Center offers the full range of diagnostics, treatments, and patient care for prostate diseases. The combination of experienced specialists under one roof, the long-standing experience, and collaborative approach allows for patient care at the highest level.
Whether you want to come for preventive treatment, unclear symptoms, or a known disease, you should always feel like you receive good advice, are treated well, and are sufficiently informed!
The focus of the Centre is the treatment of prostate cancer and benign prostatic hyperplasia with modern surgery / laser procedures, innovative techniques of brachytherapy, and external radiation therapy.
The Website of the West German Prostate Center will inform you comprehensively about prostate carcinoma und die benign prostate enlargement as well as the related examinations and possible therapies.
If you have questions, we would appreciate your contacting us.
We are looking forward to seeing you in our Center!
The Prostate Cancer Treatment Research Foundation has recently launched a new web site, including the new interactive charts showing the treatment comparison data compiled by the Prostate Cancert Research Study Group. This new resource will help you make better decisions about your treatment choice. The web site features step-by-step instructions on how to identify cancer risk groups, and compare the effectiveness of the various prostate cancer treatments, as well as detailed commentary about the treatment results. You can see the main page of the web site here: www.pctrf.org
In a recently published ranking of physicians, Dr. Stephan Neubauer, Chief of Urology at the West-German Prostate Center, was again voted to be one of the best urologists in Germany
Die irreversible Electroporation (IRE) ist eine experimentelle Methode zur Zerstörung von Tumorzellen durch elektrischen Strom
Men diagnosed with prostate cancer are still not thoroughly informed about urinary incontinence as a consequence of surgery