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Prostate Cancer Care at Stanford Health Care

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Urologic Surgeon

Urologic cancer surgeons are a type of surgical oncologist. They specialize in diagnosing and managing cancers affecting the genitourinary tract and male reproductive organs. Our surgeons have extensive experience in treating cancer through traditional (open) and minimally invasive surgery.


Medical Oncologist

These cancer doctors have specialized training in diagnosing and treating urologic cancers using medications, including chemotherapy and hormone therapy.

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Radiation Oncologist

These cancer specialists have subspecialty training in high-energy X-rays and other radiation therapy. Radiation can destroy or prevent the spread of prostate cancer. Using advanced technologies, radiation oncologists can precisely target cancer cells to minimize damage to nearby healthy tissue.


Advanced Practice Provider

Our skilled advanced practice providers (APPs), including physician assistants and nurse practitioners, specialize in diagnosing and treating urologic cancers. They see patients independently and occasionally alongside your oncologist. APPs can give you a thorough exam, write prescriptions, and help prevent or treat any issues. Our APPs meet weekly to discuss patient needs.


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Our Clinics

You can access Stanford Health Care’s expertise and compassionate care for any stage or type of prostate cancer at a location that is convenient for you. We always accept new patients, and we take many insurance plans, including Medicare and Medi-Cal.

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To make an appointment with a prostate cancer specialist, call 650-498-6000.