Modified prostate cancer surgery offers men better recovery

Dr. Rabii Madi, director of Urologic Oncology and Robotic Surgery at the Georgia Cancer Center, believes the Retzius-Sparing method for prostate cancer surgery can help men get back to a normal routine faster than tradition surgery. The benefits include regaining urine control sooner, as well as less pain for his patients.

Dr. Madi and one of his patients, Raymond Guidry, talked with News Channel 6โ€™s Renetta DuBose about the surgery experience and the recovery after.

WJBF: Men who must undergo prostate cancer surgery may want to go with this modified route

Sept. 1, 2017

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