The Duke Prostate Center (DPC) at the Duke Cancer Institute provides state-of-the-art, multidisciplinary care to men with prostate cancer. The center is also committed to discovering newer and better methods for detecting, treating, and preventing prostate cancer through ongoing research.
Our multidisciplinary team is composed of nationally and internationally recognized surgeons, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, basic scientists, and other medical professionals.
All of our providers work together to deliver outstanding care and support to men and their families. Patients also benefit from the wide range of educational and psychological support services that the Duke Cancer Institute offers to cancer patients and their families.
Because patients have different needs and different goals to achieve with their therapy, the Duke Prostate Center takes a team approach to educate patients about the variety of available treatments and help them and their families make informed decisions.
The specialists at the Duke Prostate Center employ state-of-the-art diagnostic tools to guide treatment and ensure that patients receive the most comprehensive information about their disease.
Prostate cancer patients also have access to a wide range of clinical trials testing the very latest therapies. Duke leads dozens of basic and clinical investigations to discover better ways to prevent, diagnose, and treat prostate cancer.
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