Below is an excerpt from the June 2008 Newsletter. Click here to read the entire PDF Newsletter.
BPH [benign prostatic hyperplasia] is the non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate gland, that occurs with age. This can affect up to 50% of 50 year-olds, and almost all men over the age of 80. Of the over 20 million men with symptomatic BPH in this country, only 3 million are on medical therapy. Often men consider BPH symptoms to be a normal part of aging. And as our population is aging, the number of men with BPH is growing. …continue reading