Alan Moore was diagnosed with prostate cancer in October 2014. After a routine blood test he was referred to the Royal Derby Hospital where he was told he had an enlarged prostate and a prostate and a raised specific antigen PSA level.
After undergoing a biopsy Alan was told he had prostate cancer and his consultant suggested he had his prostate removed. Then one of his consultants suggested low-dose brachytherapy which was being carried out at St James’s Hospital in Leeds. After meeting his consultant Mr Bottomley, the procedure took place in June last year.
The treatment gave me virtually no pain and very little life disruption and best of all the cancer is gone
My experience with this treatment was excellent and I’m over the moon with the result