The Prostate Center at Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center is a multidisciplinary clinic where physicians and scientists interact to advance state-of-the-art treatment of patients with the goal of curing prostate cancer and maximizing quality of life. Please join us for an informative, interactive discussion about prostate cancer on Wednesday, November 12, 2008, in the Leavey Conference Center at the Georgetown University Hospital. Attendance is free but registration is required.
Our program will feature:
Prostate Cancer Overview and Surgical Treatments
John Lynch, MD
Chairman of Urology
Department of Urology
CyberKnife Treatment- No Incision, No Pain and No Recovery Time
Sean Collins, MD
Director, CyberKnife Prostate Program
Department of Radiation Medicine
Many Treatment Options for a Complex Disease
Nancy Dawson, MD
Director of Clinical Research
Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center
When: Wedesday, November 12, 2008
Where: Georgetown University Hospital, Leavey Conference Center
Directions: Campus Maps and Directions
Time: 6:30-8:00 PM - Program/Q&A
8:00-8:30 PM – Refreshments
Register by phone: 202-342-2400
Register online: Click here
The Prostate Center at Lombardi has a quality of life approach to treatment. Men seeking care at the Prostate Center have access to highly experienced surgeons, radiation oncologists, medical oncologists, prostate cancer nurses and counselors. These professionals are complemented by an array of supportive services including social workers, nutritional counseling, and pastoral care.
A key factor in ensuring quality of life for a prostate cancer patient is making sure he receives the least invasive treatment strategy with the fewest lasting side effects. At the Prostate Center, patient care incorporates the latest in advanced technology (including the da Vinci surgical system and the CyberKnife stereotactic radiosurgical system), providing a range of minimally invasive options for treatment.
The Prostate Center’s well-established clinical team, supported by dedicated clinical nurse coordinators and patient navigators, provides the best care available for men, with a focus on preserving quality of life in the Jesuit tradition of cura personalis – care of the whole person. This tradition is found throughout Georgetown University Hospital, which is home to Lombardi and the Prostate Center.