What is a targeted prostate biopsy?
Who should have a targeted prostate biopsy?
What is PSA?
How is this different from the standard method of prostate biopsy?
How does a targeted prostate biopsy work?
Your Health: Targeted Prostate Biopsy
Dr. Geoff Sonn describes the process of undergoing a targeted prostate biopsy. Learn how this new technology transforms the ability to diagnose prostate cancer.
ABC7 News Featuring Targeted Prostate Biopsy and Dr. Geoff Sonn (July 14, 2014)
Geoffrey Sonn, MD, Assistant Professor of Urology, is interviewed about targeted prostate biopsy, which provides a more accurate view of potential tumors. Stanford Urology is currently one of only few centers in the country offering targeted prostate biopsy as a means to diagnose and monitor patients with prostate cancer. Visit: http://stanfordhealthcare.org/
How Targeted Biopsy Improves Prostate Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment
Patient Bill Armstrong's PSA levels increased year after year, but he ignored the numbers until a visit to Stanford confirmed the prospect of prostate cancer.

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