Research into Prostate Cancer Outcomes, New Therapies and Quality of Life I have been the head of the official St Vincent’s Prostate Cancer Research Centre which is the charitable centre set up with the St Vincent’s Sisters of Charity. This centre has been the coordination of clinical research at St Vincent’s for over 20 years. […]

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The most common cancer in men, prostate cancer is a major health issue. In Australia alone, prostate cancer effects one in every six men and, sadly, two to three percent of all men will die of prostate cancer. Prostate cancer can be cured if detected and treated while still confined to the prostate gland. The

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Treating Prostate Cancer 1. Robotic Surgery. Focal NanoKnife ablation for prostate cancer. Brachytherapy for prostate cancer. The latest prostate cancer radiotherapy technique with the MR-Linac machine. Active surveillance. Tailoring and personalising the treatment for prostate cancer. The treatment of high-risk prostate cancer The most accurate assessment of the extent of prostate cancer Extensive experience in

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