To provide the best clinical outcome with regard to treating the cancer, yet never losing sight of the person we are caring for and their overall well-being.
Brian J. Moran, MD
Brachytherapy, Integrated Oncology Program, Radiation Oncology
September is prostate cancer awareness month. Since prostate cancer is the second most common form of cancer in men, starting at age 45 for those at an increased risk and age 50 for those at an average risk, screening options are available to help catch cancer at an early stage. Take charge of your health and schedule with your primary care provider to discuss family history and risk factors to determine if screening is right for you.
Prostate, Gynecological, Skin, Brain malignancies
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