Dr David Malouf discusses current availability and improving funding for (seed) Brachytherapy treatment of Prostate Cancer on WIN News Canberra.
Watch Dr David Malouf and Dr Joseph Bucci describe where LDR (seed) Brachytherapy fits in your prostate cancer journey.
Dr David Malouf and his practice staff are committed to delivering urological care in a COVID Safe manner during the pandemic. All staff members are fully vaccinated. The practice is registered as a COVID Safe business and has a COVID 19 Safety Plan in place. This includes the use of QR codes, masks, social distancing within the waiting room and the use of teleconsulting where appropriate.
The practice also adheres to the principles outlined in the Australian Medical Associat…Read More
Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer diagnosed in Australian men and the third most common cause of cancer death in the country, according to Cancer Council NSW.
But two St George Hospital-based doctors say early detection is the key to better outcomes for patients.
Radiation oncologist Dr Joseph Bucci and urological surgeon Dr David Malouf are based at St George Cancer Care…Read More
The following excerpt is from the Hunter Prostate Cancer Alliance, where an ambassador for the organisation shares his experience with being diagnoses with prostate cancer at 44.
“Following the positive biopsy results, it became a matter of seeking counsel from Dr White who recommended two options; 1. Radical prostate surgery or 2. Brachytherapy (a form of radiation treatme…Read More