“PIN” is a condition in which cells begin to look and behave abnormally, and is considered to be a precancerous condition
Also called “watchful waiting,” the method is used to monitor slow-growing or “low-grade” category disease
Developed by a Minnesota pathologist, the system helps physicians predict likely outcome and decide what course of treatment to use
No questions should be off limits when it comes to dealing with this disease, and how it relates to the most intimate aspect of life
Men who take the time and the initiative to be proactive with their wellbeing can avoid the main dangers to their health – or at the very least, catch them at an early stage when they are more treatable
If a man works with his doctor, he will most likely improve his chances of dodging cancer
Men suffering from this condition will have to decide whether they want to live with the side effects, or opt for surgery and the complications that can involve
Dr David Samadi is a board-certified urologic oncologist trained in open and traditional and laparoscopic surgery and is an expert in robotic prostate surgery. He is chairman of urology, chief of robotic surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital. He is a medical correspondent for the Fox News Channel’s Medical A-Team. Follow Dr Samadi on Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, SamadiMD.com and Facebook.