Your Prostate Cancer Doctors
The prostate cancer doctors in the Genitourinary Oncology Program at Moffitt Cancer Center are world-renowned experts who specialize in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer — the most common type of malignancy affecting men in the United States. Because each doctor on our team focuses his or her practice on a specific discipline, our patients benefit from multiple expert opinions throughout the treatment process.
At Moffitt, our prostate cancer doctors are skilled in using the latest diagnostic tools, including advanced imaging systems and state-of-the-art lab tests, to diagnose and evaluate prostate cancer. Working together, we then develop an individualized treatment plan for each patient. Because we believe that cancer is a personal journey — as opposed to a distinct set of pathologies — our comprehensive services are designed to treat the whole patient, rather than just the cancer. By addressing the medical, nutritional and emotional aspects of prostate cancer, we help our patients achieve the best possible outcomes and quality of life.
In order to optimize the decision-making process and provide valuable insight to our patients at all phases of their treatment, Moffitt’s prostate cancer doctors are all located in one place. Our specialists include:
- Fellowship-trained surgeons
- Radiation oncologists
- Interventional radiologists
- Medical oncologists
- Supportive care specialists
In addition to an outstanding group of prostate cancer doctors, Moffitt also has an exceptional team of researchers, scientists and clinicians who help to make our robust clinical trials program possible. Through these carefully monitored studies, we are learning more about prostate cancer every day, and our goal is to allow our patients to benefit from each new laboratory breakthrough as soon as possible. In this way, our patients are able to access to promising new treatments, such as high-intensity focused ultrasound and cryosurgery, before those options are made widely available in other settings.
Medically reviewed by Monica Chatwal, MD.