Diagnosed with prostate cancer and have questions?
Our nurse navigator is available to help answer any questions you might have.
Over 17,000 men from every U.S. state chose the same World Class Prostate Cancer Treatment
It is critical to research Prostate Cancer treatment options to make an informed decision that is best for you and your family. And, with few exceptions, your first treatment gives you the best chance for success.
ProstRcision® is a unique and highly effective Prostate Cancer Treatment. It is an alternative to Prostate Removal Surgery, and has a high proven success rate*.
*We strictly define success as having PSA below 0.2 ng/ml 15 years after treatment.
Call Nurse Kathie at 678-607-6707 or fill out this form and Nurse Kathie will call you during the next business day.
Primary reasons why it is critical to perform your own prostate cancer treatment research after being diagnosed:
- There are many different options for treating prostate cancer
- Most doctors recommend the treatment they perform most often but rarely discuss cure rate
- With few exceptions, your first treatment gives you the best chance of being treated for CURE
"A diagnosis can cause fear, anxiety, and a sense of urgency to receive treatment. It is time to slow down and do your research on the best option for you. As a Registered Oncology Nurse, I am here to help you and your family." - Kathie, RN BSN
Ask Kathie about getting your personalized Individual Cure Rate probability.
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Nurse Kathie Knows Prostate Cancer
“You only have one chance for CURE, so it is critical to learn as much as possible about prostate cancer before being treated. Getting a second opinion from another Urologist or Radiation Oncologist is very valuable, as it allows you to make decisions confidently and with a greater sense of control.
As an Oncology Registered Nurse, I am often asked about the differences between radiation and radical prostatectomy. During a radical prostatectomy, a muscle that controls urine flow could be cut, which causes urinary leakage. With radiation, this does not occur because this muscle is not cut or removed. I can also help you understand your Gleason score, prostate-specific antigen (PSA) level, and assist you in speaking with a radiation oncologist for a second opinion on your biopsy pathology report at NO COST to you.
I am here to help you and your family along your journey. You understanding available treatment options and feeling completely supported is my first priority. It is my privilege to care for others, and I work every day with honesty, integrity, and compassion. I have been a shoulder to cry upon, a soothing voice, a sounding board, a teacher, a disciplinarian, and even a security guard. I have seen people at the worst times in their lives...and I have also been there when they are ready to again to face the world.”
-Kathie, RN BSN