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  • No fundraisers, no commercials (although it is OK to recommend choices of treatment or medical people based on your personal research; invitations to participate in third-party surveys are also acceptable, provided there is no compensation to YANA);
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Re: Avoiding loss of sexual function in prostate cancer treatment

Aloha,
This sounds like advertisement to me. Have a friend of a friend that went this route. The results were not much different than what you would expect for radiation treatment of PC, loss of libido, depression, etc.
Joe

Re: Avoiding loss of sexual function in prostate cancer treatment

Thanks for raising the question of commercial postings, Joe.

I think this is more informative than commercial and maye be useful for men considering Brachytherapy.

All the best

Terry in Australia

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