Centre 1: Asian Cancer Hospital B1, Ashadeep Enclave, Nilay Kunj Road, Jaipur (INDIA)


ACRI is exclusively dedicated to the patients, who are suffering from benign and malignant diseases of prostate and other genitourinary organs. This includes cancers of Prostate, Bladder, Kidney, Penis, Testicules, adernal glands and other benign diseases e.g. infections, hypertrophy, cysts, stones and others.Our Prostate And Genitourinary Cancer Treatment Team Is Committed To Provide Complete Diagnosis And Treatment Of Prostate And Genitourinary Cancers. With An Unparalleled Depth Of Knowledge And Experience, Access To Latest And World Class Technology, And A Caring And Compassionate Approach, Our Doctors Provide Each Patient With A Comprehensive Multi-Specialty Evaluation And Personalized Path To The Most Effective Treatment. The Focus Is To Eradicate Cancer, Preserve Function And Maintain Each Patient’s Quality Of Life.

Treatment Options

Treatment options vary widely depending on various factors, including the stage, type and progression of the disease. Our prostate cancer experts are trained and experienced in available treatments, and they stay up to date on new and emerging options and technologies. The most common treatments for prostate cancer include:



Active surveillance

Radiation therapy


Hormone therapy


Some common symptoms of Prostate & Genitourinary cancer tumors include:

Painful ejaculation .

Swelling in legs or pelvic area.

Burning or pain during urination.

More frequent urges to urinate at night.

Numbness or pain in the hips, legs or feet.

Difficulty urinating, or trouble starting and stopping while urinating.

Blood in semen.

Loss of bladder control.

Blood in urine (hematuria).

Decreased flow or velocity of urine stream.

Difficulty getting an erection (erectile dysfunction).

Risk factors

Prostate cancer forms when the DNA in cells in the prostate develop mutations that may disable their ability to control cell growth and division. No one knows if or when the disease will develop, but understanding the risk factors for prostate cancer may help you take preventive measures to reduce the likelihood of getting the disease.

Some common risk factors for prostate cancer include:

Genome changes.

High testosterone levels.

Genetic: Inherited with Family history.

Age: The risk of developing prostate cancer increases with age.

Diet: A diet high in saturated fat, as well as obesity, increases the risk of prostate cancer.

Race: Studies show that African American men are approximately 70 percent more likely to develop prostate cancer in their lifetime than Caucasian or Hispanic men.

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