Prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers among men, with nearly one in six developing the disease at some point in their lives. Thankfully, most men are diagnosed early, with a range of safe and effective treatments offering an excellent prognosis.

At the MedStar Georgetown, we provide the best approach for your unique needs, through the region’s largest and most comprehensive prostate cancer program. That means the least invasive therapy possible to achieve the best outcome and the fewest side effects. We welcome the chance to help you with an initial diagnosis or offer a second opinion.

Learn more about prostate Cancer Care at MedStar Georgetown

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Advanced Imaging Technology Promotes Unprecedented Precision in Prostate Biopsy

MedStar Georgetown University Hospital can now identify and analyze suspicious prostate lesions with heightened precision and less trauma to the patient with new UroNav® Fusion Biopsy System image guided biopsy.

Learn more about UroNav fusion biopsy.

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