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Diagnostic Center for Disease: Prostate Biopsy Spreads Prostate Cancer Cells
Date:2/19/2008

well- defined 4.5 mm lesion deep within the peripheral zone of the mid-prostate on the left side. Subsequently, five targeted biopsies identified an aggressive cancer. Having established that the cancer was organ confined with no evidence of spread to the surrounding tissue, the patient was now able to focus on viable treatment options.

"Men who have an elevated PSA and want to avoid an unnecessary prostate biopsy now have an alternative to a blind biopsy," states Ronald Wheeler, M.D., the Medical Director at the center. Additionally, men who want a second opinion when the previous biopsy was negative can now go to the only imaging center in the world that is dedicated exclusively to the diagnosis and treatment of prostate disease. To learn more, call the center at (877)-766-8400 or visit online at http://www.mrisusa.com.

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