Can take place outside or inside you body:
Is used to help prevent cancer cells from growing. Testosterone, a male sex hormone, can stimulate the growth of cancer cells. The goal of hormone therapy is to either stop your body from producing testosterone or to block testosterone form getting into cancer cells.
For qualified candidates, robotically assisted prostate surgery offers numerous potential benefits over the traditional open prostatectomy, including shorter hospital stay, less pain, less risk of infection, less blood loss and transfusions, less scarring, faster recovery, and quicker return to normal activities.
Removal or destruction of the prostate gland, lymph nodes, and surrounding tissue.
Freezes prostate tissue in order to destroy cancer cells
May be an option if your cancer isn't growing quickly or harming your health. If you choose this option, you'll work with your doctor to monitor any changes to your prostate.