A pioneering new treatment is being used in Essex to treat people with prostate cancer.
More than 4,000 men in the East are diagnosed with the illness every year and that's higher than the national average. More than a thousand men in the East of England die from it each year.
Traditionally it's treated by removing the whole prostate gland but a new method targets only the cancerous cells with ultrasound.
Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow is only one of five hospitals across the country to offer this on the NHS.
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