Upon reaching the bone, cancer cells begin to interfere with bone health, often leading to bone pain, fractures, and other complications that can significantly affect health and quality of life.
How is bone metastasis treated in prostate cancer?
Men with prostate cancer who suffer from bone metastases often experience painful episodes, so most of the treatments are aimed at treating pain and improving the quality of life of these patients. Among the most used treatments, the following stand out:
In addition to all these treatments, the use of other therapies to reduce color is recommended such as opiates or non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, alternative medicines such as acupuncture or yoga, and psychological and social support.