Through advanced surgical and non-surgical cancer-fighting treatment options, Franciscan Health thrives to improve the quality of life for men and their families affected by prostate cancer, providing them a future of hope.
When it comes to prostate cancer care, Franciscan Health provides an aggressive, hands-on approach to delivering high-quality prostate cancer treatment to each patient.
With early prostate cancer, there are often no symptoms. Coupled with scheduled screenings, Franciscan Health offers the latest CT and MRI technology to help detect prostate cancer at its earliest stages to ensure the most successful treatment possible.
Whether it's utilizing minimally invasive surgery and non-surgical techniques such as radiation and infusion therapies, our prostate cancer specialists will suggest the best course of treatment for each cancer diagnosis and adjust that treatment along the way as necessary.
Chemotherapy is a cancer-fighting drug that can be given by mouth or through an intravenous injection (IV). Franciscan Health offers infusion therapy teams that specialize in chemotherapy cancer care.
Clinical research trials provide new ways to think about disease treatment and possible cures. While offering patients the opportunity to tap into advanced treatment options.
CT (computed tomography) guided biopsies are used to test for cancer or infection. CT scan imaging guides where the needle is placed, during which the patient will need to lie still for about 30-60 minutes.
Genetic counseling and testing can help you understand your risk for certain cancers or potential prenatal complications. Our genetic counselors offer detailed information in an understandable format to help each patient process the results.
Infusion services at Franciscan Health provide inpatient or outpatient care that is comprehensive and convenient for all patients. Our nurses and therapists specialize in IV treatments and infusion therapies.
Prostatectomy is the leading treatment for prostate cancer. Franciscan Health offers innovative, minimally invasive surgical techniques for prostatectomy that give patients less pain and a higher chance of no long-term side effects.
Radiation oncology damages cancer cells and gives us one of our strongest weapons in the fight against cancer. Franciscan Health radiation oncologists use a variety of innovative tools to treat patients with pinpoint accuracy and effectiveness.
Ultrasound guided biopsies use ultrasound imaging to guide needle placement to test for cancer or infection. This is most often used for testing breast tissue and abdominal organs.
Our experienced staff understands how emotional cancer-related diseases are for the patient and family alike. Prostate cancer patients and their loved ones can also take advantage of our support groups and educational programs to get the needed emotional support. Franciscan Health will be with you during every step of your treatment.