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NAT: HEALTH: New prostate cancer treatment

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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. Normal surgery can leave them incontinent and impotent. Now a new form of treatment, using sound waves, can kill the cancer without the side effects.

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Reporter:Lawrence McGinty
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ENGLAND: London: University College Hospital London:
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Surgeon operating on patient with prostate cancer using new treatment
Screen showing heart rate of patient
Surgeon looking at scan on screen a...

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Surgeon operating on patient with prostate cancer using new treatment
Screen showing heart rate of patient
Surgeon looking at scan on screen and firing beam of ultrasound from 'gun' into prostrate using machine
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Professor Mark Emberton (University College Hospital, London) interview SOT

Robert Louth (prostrate cancer patient) stripping wallpaper in house

Robert Louth interview SOT

ITN Reporter in scrubs chatting with Dr Hashim Ahmed (Trial leader)

Dr Hashim Ahmed (Trial leader) interview SOT

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