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Prostate Cancer Treatment at SCCA

Prostate Cancer Treatment at SCCA

The best options for prostate cancer treatment in the United States can be found at SCCA. The physicians and researchers focus on one area, helping them to know everything about that disease and how treatments can be personalized. The SCCA prostate program is multidisciplinary and combined expertise on both the clinical and research sides create multiple areas of insight for every patient. More options increase the likelihood to prolong and create a better quality of life. Evidence is clear that it matters where you get your treatment, that survival is based on the provider. SCCA sets the standard care for the nation, and is a step ahead of what community cancer centers or physicians can offer in terms of insight, experience, education, and novel treatments.
Dr. Robert Bruce Montgomery

Dr. Robert Bruce Montgomery

Dr. Bruce Montgomery is clinical director of genitourinary medical oncology, carrying out research and seeing men and women with genitourinary cancers at SCCA/UWMC. In this video, Dr. Montgomery describes his approach to treating men with prostate cancer, which is to make sure that the man he's talking to knows as much about his disease as possible, so that together they can come to a decision on a treatment plan.

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Dr. Bruce Dalkin

Dr. Bruce Dalkin

Dr. Bruce Dalkin Describes the Importance of Selecting the Right Treatment Center for Prostate Cancer Dr. Bruce Dalkin is a urologic oncologist with 20 years of experience in the diagnosis and treatment of bladder and prostate cancer. In this video he discusses how where you get your cancer treatment does matter. When considering radiation technology, surgery or even treatment for cancer spread, survival is based on the provider. SCCA has nearly 15 physicians focused on treating prostate cancer , which makes it a unique place.

Dr. Celestia Higano

Dr. Celestia Higano

Dr. Celestia Higano is a medical oncologist who specializes in treating prostate cancer. In this video, she discusses why SCCA is one of the top facilities in the country for treating prostate cancer. This is demonstrated by SCCA's selection to the Department of Defense prostate clinical trials consortium. SCCA is also one of 11 institutions that have a SPORE (Specialized Programs of Research Excellence) grant in prostate cancer.

Dr. Robert Bruce Montgomery

Dr. Robert Bruce Montgomery

Dr. Bruce Montgomery is clinical director of genitourinary medical oncology, carrying out research and seeing men and women with genitourinary cancers at SCCA/UWMC. In this video, Dr. Montgomery describes his approach to treating men with prostate cancer, which is to make sure that the man he's talking to knows as much about his disease as possible, so that together they can come to a decision on a treatment plan.

Dr. Jonathan Wright

Dr. Jonathan Wright

Dr. Jonathan Wright specializes in urologic oncology, treating bladder, prostate, kidney, penile, and testicular cancers. In this video, Dr. Wright talks about treating bladder cancer. When a patient with bladder cancer comes to SCCA they are going to see someone who treats bladder cancer on a daily basis. SCCA is one of the few centers that treat muscle invasive bladder cancer. Bladder cancer is more common than most people realize. It is the 4th most common cancer in men and the 11th in women. Many cases of bladder cancer are not aggressive, low grade, non-invasive cancer that rarely progresses. Muscle invasive bladder cancer, on the other hand, requires more radical treatment that often requires surgical removal of the bladder. SCCA has several techniques for handling removal of the bladder including total reconstruction called a neo bladder. Very few places are doing bladder removal and even fewer are doing them robotically. SCCA is on the leading edge of robotic removal of bladder cancer.

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Prostate Cancer Treatment at SCCA

Prostate Cancer Treatment at SCCA

The best options for prostate cancer treatment in the United States can be found at SCCA. The physicians and researchers focus on one area, helping them to know everything about that disease and how treatments can be personalized. The SCCA prostate program is multidisciplinary and combined expertise on both the clinical and research sides create multiple areas of insight for every patient. More options increase the likelihood to prolong and create a better quality of life. Evidence is clear that it matters where you get your treatment, that survival is based on the provider. SCCA sets the standard care for the nation, and is a step ahead of what community cancer centers or physicians can offer in terms of insight, experience, education, and novel treatments.