Prostate matters is a not for profit organisation committed to providing free information about prostate issues from leading Clinical Authorities.
Private Premium Diagnostic Service
A new premium private service for diagnosing prostate cancer
Prostate Matters, working with A3P to develop a Premium service for Stockholm 3 patients with a high-risk score. The intention is that this eventually will be available across the UK.
The service will include:
- Being put under the care of a highly reputable Urological Surgeon, or in some cases a Radiologist, in every region of the UK who are open to all treatment options including Focal Therapy.
- An MRI of the highest quality reported by internationally renowned radiologists supported by the Lucida Medical AI system, Pi for detecting prostate cancer lesions when it becomes available.
- A Proclarix geonomic test for equivical MRI results to determine if a biopsy is required (This avoids unneccesary biopy)
- A transperineal fusion biopsy if required performed by the Urologist or Interventional radiologist the patient is under
- Following biopsy results, a virtual MDT to recommend treatment options to the patient.
These therapy options to include:
- Active Surveillance
- Focal therapy
- Robotic prostatectomy
- State of the art radiotherapy
Consultant Urological Surgeons and Radiologists who are are part of this service are committed to using Stockholm 3 as an a screening tool for high risk groups and where PSA results are not convincing.
Futher, they have signed up for the pathway described above.
London & South
Mr Marc Laniado
Consultant Urological Surgeon
Frimley Park NHS Foundation Trust
The Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust
Professor Raj Persad
North Bristol NHS Trust
Dr Olly Hulson
Consultant Interventional Radiologist
St James’ University Hospital
The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
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