• 232,000 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in the US this year.
  • Most will be treated, either with surgery or radiation.
  • Many will be left incontinent by their treatments, many more will be rendered permanently impotent.
  • Most of these men will have been diagnosed with what are known as “Gleason 6” cancers.


  • Most Gleason 6 cancers don’t need to be treated at all.