- Data show low morbidity of HIFU in short-term trials
Urology Times, May 1, 2012
Technique appears safe, but evaluation of efficacy awaits longer-term data
- Focal therapy using high-intensity focused ultrasound for localised prostate cancer
National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), April 2012
NICE has issued full guidance to the NHS in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland on Focal therapy using high-intensity focused ultrasound for localised prostate cancer.
- Prostate Cancer Treatment 'Reduces Side Effects'
Sky News, April 17, 2012
A high-powered beam of ultrasound can destroy prostate cancer without causing the serious side effects that plague other treatments, according to new research.
- New prostate cancer treatment
ITV News, April 17, 2012
For thousands of men who develop the most common male cancer, prostate cancer, the effects of treatment can be almost as distressing as the symptoms. Now a new form of treatment, using sound waves, can kill the cancer without the side effects.
- Prostate cancer treatment 'may reduce side-effects'
BBC News, April 17, 2012
A new technique to treat early prostate cancer may have far fewer side-effects than existing therapies, experts say.
- New prostate cancer surgery promises fewest side effects
KMSP Fox 9 News, April 17, 2012
A British study is confirming a new ultrasound surgical treatment for prostate cancer has almost none of the side effects often caused by other types of treatment.
- New prostate cancer treatment may reduce side-effects
BBC News, April 16, 2012
A new technique to treat early prostate cancer may have far fewer side-effects than existing therapies, say experts.
- New treatment for prostate cancer gives 'perfect results' for nine in ten men
The Telegraph, April 16, 2012
A new treatment for prostate cancer can rid the disease from nine in ten men without debilitating side effects, a study has found, leading to new hope for tens of thousands of men.
Check: new prostate cancer treatment
News, UK, February 18, 2011
Doctors hope a new form of treatment for the commonest cancer in
men will reduce the risk of harmful side effects caused by current