If you have been diagnosed with prostate cancer, you may not need to begin treatment right away. Most men have time to conduct research and get a second opinion before starting recommended treatment.
Our team of prostate cancer specialists, located in northeast Georgia, cares for patients throughout the southeastern United States and would be happy to discuss what’s the best course of action for you.
If you have been recently diagnosed with prostate cancer, it’s critical to personally research prostate cancer treatment options to make an informed decision that is best for you and your family.
Get more information about a prostate cancer diagnosis and questions to ask your oncologist before your first appointment.
Get answers to basic and more advanced questions about prostate cancer, its treatments and survival rates.
Prostate cancer is the most common type of cancer among men in the United States. Take some time to learn more about it, including:
Prostate cancer is typically slow-growing, there may be little or no physical signs. It is important to have routine prostate screenings.
Whether you have prostate cancer or not, it’s good to understand more about who is at risk, how to screen for it.
Before we can recommend a course of treatment for prostate cancer, it’s important that we work to identify what your risk group is.
The recurrence of prostate cancer means that the cancer has come back after being treated. The likelihood of prostate cancer recurrence depends on many factors.
Make an informed prostate cancer treatment decision. Our 40-page, comprehensive guidebook provides answers to our most frequently asked questions from men diagnosed with prostate cancer, and compares various treatment methods, cure rates and side effects. Our team can also connect you with one of our oncologists at no cost.
Our team of prostate cancer specialists will help you choose the right treatment for you when the timing is right
When the time for prostate cancer treatment comes, this combination of internal and external radiation therapy is proven to be effective. Find out how ProstRcision produces better outcomes than other individual prostate cancer treatments, and even avoids surgery for many men.
Find out more about how we help veterans with their ongoing monitoring and prostate cancer treatments at our facilities in northeast Georgia.
It’s important to have a clear understanding of when you need to be screened for prostate cancer as well as understand the symptoms so you can be an active advocate for your health. Download our free guide to find out the symptoms you should be aware of as well as review the prostate cancer screening recommendations.