Want to avoid erectile dysfunction following prostate cancer surgery? Find an experienced, gentle surgeon
A new study suggests that men undergoing robotic-assisted surgery for prostate cancer should look for a doctor who has performed at least 1,000 surgeries and who actively seeks to improve and enhance his surgical skills to help ensure a successful post-surgery recovery of erectile function.
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