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We know that hearing the words, ‘you have cancer’ and coming to terms with a cancer diagnosis can be incredibly challenging – for you and your loved ones. At GenesisCare we believe care should be focused on you, the individual, and not just the condition. Our belief is that care should be available when and where you need it most and be designed to help give you the best life outcomes possible.

If you or someone you love has prostate cancer, you want confidence and precision. You want access to the latest advancements in cancer care and research. And you want a success plan designed for you. That’s why we’re here.

GenesisCare is a first-of-its-kind, global network of 5,000 cancer specialists. Our physicians collect and study the most promising advances in science and care from across the US and around the world.

With over 130 radiation oncology centers in the US, GenesisCare brings these proven best practices right to your community. Whether an effective approach for treating your cancer was investigated by our physicians in Brisbane, Barcelona, or Boca Raton, you’ll find confidence having GenesisCare as part of your cancer care team.

Only men have a prostate gland. The prostate is a small, rubbery gland about the size of a ping-pong ball, located deep inside the pelvis at the base of the bladder. It is important for reproduction, because it supplies part of the seminal fluid (semen), which mixes with sperm from the testes. Seminal fluid helps the sperm to travel and survive.


Prostate cancer is the most common male cancer in America. In the United States, 1 in 8 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer in his lifetime. Early diagnosis and treatment can mean a positive outcome for many.

The exact cause of prostate cancer is not known. However, some factors are known to increase the risk. Prostate cancer is rare before the age of 40, and the risk increases after the age of 50.

Risk factors can also include:

  • Diet and lifestyle
  • A strong family history of prostate cancer
  • Genetic factors, which are also associated with breast cancer and ovarian cancer in women (BRCA mutations)

Prostate cancer is usually slow-growing and does not spread beyond the prostate gland before the time of diagnosis. Early detection is key to deciding which men require active treatment for a more active tumor that is classed as higher-grade.

Prostate cancer happens when abnormal cells in the prostate multiply, causing a tumor. In men diagnosed with early or localized prostate cancer due to an elevated PSA blood test result, the majority have no symptoms. This is because early prostate cancer often starts in the outer edge of the prostate, away from the urethra, and not does not cause any symptoms.

These cancerous cells sometimes grow throughout the prostate and through the capsule surrounding the prostate. There may be spread to the adjacent seminal gland, and they can spread to other areas including bone and lymph nodes. This is known as advanced or secondary prostate cancer.

Advanced prostate cancer symptoms can include:

  • The frequent or sudden feeling to urinate
  • Difficulty and/or discomfort when urinating
  • Discovering blood in semen or urine
  • Pressure or pain in the rectum
  • Pain or stiffness in the lower back, upper thighs, or hips.

Some symptoms of advanced prostate cancer can be symptoms of other common conditions, for example benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) – a non-cancerous enlargement of the prostate causing some of the above symptoms. It is therefore important to seek medical advice for any symptoms you are experiencing.

If prostate cancer is found before it has spread, there are a broader range of treatments available, with greater expectation that treatment will achieve a curative outcome. Depending on the type and stage of cancer, you may be offered one, or a combination of treatments including surgery, radiation therapy and hormone therapy.

Your treatment with GenesisCare

At GenesisCare we not only focus on treating your cancer, but we also take a holistic approach that cares for you as a person.

Our oncologists work with a team of medical professionals to design a personalized treatment plan that is tailored for you. Our centers are staffed with caring and highly qualified teams to provide you with the highest level of care throughout your treatment. Each step of your treatment will be closely monitored, and each member of your team will be fully informed and up to date with your treatment progress. At GenesisCare we offer Radiation Therapy, Brachytherapy, Chemotherapy, Hormonal Therapy and Theranosics.

We provide each of the following to you:

  • Rapid access to treatment – no waiting list
  • A personalized prostate care plan, including preference of appointment times to fit your schedule
  • One oncologist managing your treatment from start to finish
  • A GenesisCare nurse will coordinate your care and offer personalized support throughout your journey
  • State of the art technology and innovative treatments

We work closely with other healthcare professionals to deliver comprehensive care to you.


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How is prostate cancer treated?

If you are diagnosed with prostate cancer the specialist leading your treatment may be a urologist, radiation oncologist or perhaps a medical oncologist. The group of specialists supporting your care have a wide range of tools available and will work with you to design a treatment plan that gives you the best possible outcome. Different factors influence what treatment may be recommended for your cancer.

These include the type of cancer, tumor location, speed of growth, how advanced the cancer is, your age.

At GenesisCare we are constantly challenging ourselves to design better care. We personalize care for you and your condition so treatment can involve a combination of therapies such as surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy, hormonal therapy, dietary changes, and other holistic care.

Making the decision about what cancer treatment to have can be difficult. We recommend you discuss all your options (including those suggested by your multidisciplinary team) with your specialist before starting any treatment. Other important considerations may include the location of the treatment center, duration of treatment(s), potential side-effects, and any extra costs.

There are many ways to have radiation therapy but they all work in a similar way. Carefully controlled high-energy X-rays destroy or damage cancer cells. This stops them growing or spreading.

Radiation therapy is usually delivered in daily intervals called ‘fractions’. This allows time between treatments for the healthy cells to repair and the cancer cells to die off.

At GenesisCare, we’re always pushing the boundaries of technology to develop better radiation therapy treatments. Targeting the cancer cells in tumors without damaging the surrounding healthy tissue.

Most men going through prostate radiation therapy will also go through hormonal therapy leading up to, during, and sometimes for a time after radiation therapy. This improves the outcome of prostate radiation therapy by enhancing local control, and by potentially reducing relapse. Your treatment team will discuss and prescribe hormone therapy where required. They will also monitor you whilst on the treatment, supporting you to manage potential side effects.

Chemotherapy is medication that treats your cancer. It kills cancer cells, preventing them from dividing and spreading further.

Traditional or standard chemotherapy works by disrupting the cell cycle. Each time a new cell forms it goes through a series of phases to become mature. Traditional chemotherapy drugs target the different phases of the cell cycle. By disrupting or stopping a particular phase, a cancerous cell can no longer mature and divide and ultimately dies.

Chemotherapy is generally used to kill cancer cells in advanced prostate cancer cases when the cancer has spread outside the prostate gland. In this instance, the aim of chemotherapy is to shrink the tumor and slow its growth; it is not used to cure the cancer. By doing this, it may help to prolong the survival of advanced prostate cancer patients.6

Chemotherapy is generally given intravenously at a GenesisCare clinic as a day procedure. The number of sessions will be based on the latest scientific research and personalized to your specific cancer.

The side effects of chemotherapy may include fatigue, hair loss, weight loss, nausea, vomiting, loss of appetite, changes in nails, low energy and changes in blood counts increasing the risk of infection or bleeding and numbness or tingling in the hands or feet.

Theranostics is a treatment that combines diagnostic imaging with radiation treatment; identifying if target receptors are present on cancer cells, and then delivering precision radiation treatment to target these receptors.

Theranostics can be used to treat cancers that have spread (metastasised), or where cancer is advanced and/or has not responded to other treatments.

While in the future theranostics may be used for different cancers, to date most experience and success has been in metastatic prostate cancer and neuroendocrine tumors.

Theranostics uses PET scan imaging to see if specific targets, known as tumor receptors, are present on tumor cells.

If these targets are present and visible on the scan, a radioactive drug is used to treat the tumors. The drug is given as an injection and selectively targets the tumor cells while avoiding healthy areas. Most of the radioactive drug that doesn’t reach the target is quickly passed out of the body.

It’s important to note that at this time, treatment for neuroendocrine cancer is approved by the FDA and treatment for prostate cancer is expected to get approval soon.

Brachytherapy involves placing small radioactive seeds to release radiation directly into a tumor. This limits radiation to surrounding tissues, which is critical for patients with prostate cancer. GenesisCare offers both low-dose brachytherapy (continuously delivered over several days or weeks) and high-dose brachytherapy (performed in one session).

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The latest prostate cancer radiation therapy options

Radiation therapy (also called radiotherapy) and surgery are often the first treatments for someone with early-stage prostate cancer. With both, you need precise treatment to decrease the risk for erectile dysfunction or incontinence.

Current advances in prostate cancer radiation therapy focus on precision, accuracy, and radiation safety. GenesisCare physicians are on the forefront of testing and proving better ways to improve radiation delivery, while minimizing its risks and side effects.

If you are just starting your prostate cancer treatment, or you know radiation therapy is required, be sure to speak with a GenesisCare specialist.

We work in close collaboration with your oncologist and surgeon to develop the right therapy option for you. And we leverage our leading-edge technologies, global clinical trials network, and unmatched care experience throughout your treatment.

Prostate cancer radiation therapy side effects

Side effects may arise due to radiation therapy because of the proximity of the rectum and bladder. During treatment, these symptoms are usually mild, and only occasionally moderate in intensity. There may be slowing of the urinary stream, increased frequency of needing to pass urine and a degree of stinging when passing urine. Similarly, you may pass more wind from the rectum and have some irregularity of bowel functioning and loose stools. Side effects usually decrease within a few weeks of the treatment being completed. You will be given clear instructions on things you can do to minimize these symptoms during treatment. Occasionally symptoms can persist more long term, and your radiation oncologist will discuss the potential long-term changes that can affect your bladder, bowel, and erectile functioning.

Stereotactic Body Radiotherapy (SBRT) is a less invasive radiation treatment for men diagnosed with prostate cancer. SBRT has a shorter treatment schedule and limits potential damage to surrounding organs while lessening side effects through its sub-millimeter accuracy. SBRT is often used as an alternative to surgery. Additionally, SBRT has shown to be highly effective for late-stage cancers, allowing patients who were previously considered incurable to be offered long-term and curative outcomes.

Surface-Guided Radiation Therapy (SGRT) uses sophisticated 3D camera accuracy to help correctly position you for treatment without the need for permanent tattoos. SGRT delivers highly accurate doses of radiation while monitoring the unintended movements you make during treatment. With SGRT, the radiation delivery pauses until you are back in the correct position.

LDR brachytherapy is often used to treat prostate cancer. It involves permanently placing brachytherapy seeds in, or near, the tumor. The seeds continually release low-dose radiation over several months.

HDR brachytherapy is given by placing temporary needles or rods into the prostate under anesthetic, and then delivering internal radiation, avoiding dose to the surrounding tissues.

PSMA PET is most effective and precise for localizing metastatic prostate cancer. GenesisCare is one of the only medical centers in the U.S. offering FDA approved PSMA PET to deliver the best possible life outcomes. With PSMA PET scans, we use targeted imaging to detect areas of suspected metastasis  for initial therapy and suspected recurrence based on an elevated serum prostate-specific antigen (PSA) level.


At GenesisCare, we are finding new ways to care for your patients. We are one of the first medical
centers in the US offering FDA approved PSMA PET to deliver the best possible life outcomes.
With the release of the PSMA PET scans, we can enhance the way to test for metastatic prostate
cancer by using targeted imaging to detect areas of suspected metastasis for initial therapy and
suspected recurrence based on an elevated serum prostate-specific antigen (PSA) level.*

Find a PSMA PET GenesisCare center,** close to you:

21020 State Road 7, Ste 100
Boca Raton, FL 33428
Tel: (561) 883-8656

4571 Colonial Blvd, Ste 100
Fort Myers, FL 33966
Tel: (239) 322-5200

2161 Kingsley Ave, Ste 100
Orange Park, FL 32073
Tel: (904) 276-2303

7751 Baymeadows Rd E, Ste 102
Jacksonville, FL 32256
Tel: (904) 562-4400

6957 West Plano Pkwy, Ste 1300
Plano, TX 75093
Tel: (469) 364-7880

12606 Greenville Ave, Ste 185
Dallas, TX 75243
Tel: (469) 364-7880

2526 S Pinnacle Hills Pkwy
Rogers, AR 72758
Tel: (479) 271-8900

301 N 32nd Street
Muskogee, OK 74401
Tel: (918) 683-2000

11100 Hefner Pointe Dr, Ste A
Oklahoma City, OK 73120
Tel: (405) 839-7340

111 Harrison Ave, Ste 104
Oklahoma City, OK 73104
Tel: (405) 272-5090



*Based on FDA approved clinical indications
** PSMA supply subject to availability per location

***PSMA PET is available at select GenesisCare sites that provide PET imaging.

IMRT delivery enables high doses of radiation to be precisely delivered to the tumor while protecting normal tissues, resulting in fewer side effects.

This form of IMRT involves a quicker treatment delivery process resulting in each treatment being significantly shorter.

IGRT uses X-rays and scans before, and during your treatment. It is used to check your position before the treatment machine is turned on. The scans show the exact shape, size, and location of the tumor. We can then make tiny adjustments to precisely target the tumor.

Supporting radiation therapy with spacers

Some patients may be offered the use of gel spacing as a treatment option for their radiation therapy, and this is something that your radiation oncologist will discuss with you. As the rectum sits close to the prostate, the use of a gel creates a space between the prostate and the rectum, ensuring the radiation is targeted at the prostate, to minimize the amount and to lower the chances of damage to the rectum. This may be done at the same time as the placement of fiducial markers, to provide additional guidance for your treatment. Insertion of a spacer is an effective technique to reduce the side effects of prostate radiation therapy.

We believe you deserve the best and that’s why we offer services that help reduce side effects of treatment and improve your quality of life. The spacer acts as a temporary cushion between the prostate and rectum to protect the rectal wall from receiving radiation therapy dose, and in turn can help reduce side-effects including urinary, bowel and sexual function.

GenesisCare currently utilizes SpaceOAR for prostate cancer treatment. Spacers can be used for both internal and external radiation therapy. The spacer gel will dissolve a few months after radiation therapy has been completed. Avoiding radiation therapy dose to the rectum reduces the potential for rectal inflammation during therapy and further lowers the small risk of delayed rectal bleeding after treatment. The spacers are routinely used worldwide, but spacers aren’t for everyone. Your doctor is the best person to advise you on suitability for your condition.



SpaceOAR hydrogel is a water-based soft gel implant that is injected before you start your radiation therapy. SpaceOAR hydrogel stays in place for around three months. After that, it’s naturally absorbed by the body.

The spacer procedure is usually performed under a light general anesthetic, although occasionally performed under sedation. An ultrasound probe is inserted into the rectum to ‘visualize’ the prostate, bladder, rectum, and the area surrounding these organs. Thin needles are used to insert the markers into the prostate through the area of skin between the scrotum and anus called the perineum. Using a separate needle, the SpaceOAR hydrogel spacer is injected into the space between the rectum and the prostate to increase this area. The gel is sculpted to fit so each insertion is individualized. The procedure takes between 15-30 minutes.

Access to spacing is generally in our offices and in partner ambulatory surgery centers. It will likely be a day procedure done under a light general anesthetic, although occasionally performed under sedation. You will need to spend a few hours in hospital until the anesthetic has worn off. Generally, you will not need to stay in hospital overnight and will go home afterwards.

Side effects are generally mild, and many people do not experience any. However, following insertion of the spacer, some people may experience procedure-related side effects, such as injection site pain and possible bruising at the injection site in the perineum. You may experience a mild to moderate sensation of rectal filling that may make you feel as if you need to empty your bowel. Very occasionally, some people may experience cramping pain in the rectum or possible urinary symptoms. It is important to let your doctor know if you do experience any side effects.

In a randomized clinical trial, at a median three-year follow-up, SpaceOAR Hydrogel patients experienced reduced side-effects from prostate cancer radiation, including:

  • 67% maintained sexual potency 3***
    • A reduction in erectile disfunction (for men potent at baseline) 3
  • 73% relative reduction in rectal v701*
    • A reduction in bowel dysfunction1
  • 66% fewer clinically significant declines in urinary QOL2**
    • A reduction in urinary incontinence2
  • 0% Late Grade 2 or higher rectal toxicity 2
    • A reduction in rectal toxicity from radiation exposure1
  • An overall improvement in quality of life, compared to patients who did not receive the implant.1
References :
1 Mariados, N. et al. 2015. Hydrogel Spacer Prospective Multicenter Randomized Controlled Pivotal Trial: Dosimetric and Clinical Effects of Perirectal Spacer Application in Men Undergoing Prostate Image Guided Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy. International Journal of Radiation Oncology biology physics. 92(5), pp. 971 – 977.
2 Hamstra, D. et al. 2017. Continued Benefit to Rectal Separation for Prostate Radiation Therapy: Final Results of a Phase III Trial Hamstra, Daniel A et al International Journal of Radiation Oncology. Practical Radiation Oncology. 97(5), pp. 976 – 985.
3 Hamstra, D. et al. 2018. Sexual quality of life following prostate intensity modulated radiation therapy (IMRT) with a rectal/prostate spacer: Secondary analysis of a phase 3 trial. Practical Radiation Oncology. 8(1), pp. 7 – 15.
* average reduction when comparing pre and post-spacer treatment plans.
** defined as 2x the minimally important difference compared to control patients.
*** compared to 38% in the control group; of men who had erections sufficient for intercourse at baseline; median 3 years

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Jacksonville (Medical oncology)

425 North Lee Street Suite 204 Jacksonville, Florida 32204


Jacksonville (Medical oncology)

7751 Baymeadows Road East Suite 205 Jacksonville, Florida 32256


Jacksonville (Radiation oncology)

7751 Baymeadows Road East Suite 101 Jacksonville, Florida 32256


Jupiter (Breast surgery)

210 Jupiter Lakes Blvd. Bldg 5000, Suite 202 Jupiter, Florida 33458


Jupiter (Medical oncology)

431 University Boulevard Jupiter, Florida 33458


Jupiter (Radiation oncology)

225 Chimney Corner Lane Suite 1011 Jupiter, Florida 33458


Jupiter (Urology)

Three Palms Center 2141 S Highway A1A Alt Jupiter, Florida 33477


Kennewick (Radiation oncology)

7379 West Deschutes Avenue Suite 100 Kennewick, Washington 99336


Key West (Medical oncology)

3426 North Roosevelt Boulevard Key West, Florida 33040


Key West (Radiation oncology)

3426 North Roosevelt Boulevard Key West, Florida 33040


Kinston (Radiation oncology)

703 Doctors Drive Kinston, North Carolina 28501


Lake Worth (Urology)

5065 State Road 7 Suite 203 Lake Worth, Florida 33449


Lakewood Ranch (Radiation oncology)

8946 77th Terrace East Lakewood Ranch, Florida 34202


Lakewood Ranch (Urology)

6310 Health Parkway suite 210 Lakewood Ranch, Florida 34202


Las Vegas (Radiation oncology)

2851 North Tenaya Way Suite 100 Las Vegas, Nevada 89128


Lauderdale Lakes (Radiation oncology)

4850 W. Oakland Park Blvd. Suite C Lauderdale Lakes, Florida 33313


Lehigh Acres (Ear, nose and throat)

260 Beth Stacey Boulevard Suite 230 Lehigh Acres, Florida 33936


Lehigh Acres (Pulmonology)

1120 Lee Boulevard Lehigh Acres, Florida 33936


Lehigh Acres (Radiation oncology)

1120 Lee Boulevard Lehigh Acres, Florida 33936


Little River (Urology)

3600 Sea Mountain Highway Suite B Little River, South Carolina 29566


Live Oak (Radiation oncology)

12705 Toepperwein Road Live Oak Oak, Texas 78233


Lompoc (Radiation oncology)

1213 East Ocean Avenue Suite 100 Lompoc, California 93436


London (Radiation oncology)

165 London Mountain View Drive London, Kentucky 40769


Loris (Urology)

3617 Casey Street Loris, South Carolina 29569


Louisville (Radiation oncology)

4500 Churchman Avenue Suite 100 Louisville, Kentucky 40215

Macomb (Radiation oncology)

17435 Hall Road Macomb, Michigan 48044

Madison Heights (Radiation oncology)

30365 Dequindre Street Madison Heights, Michigan 48071

Marco (Urology)

531 Bald Eagle Drive Marco Island, Florida 34145


Margate (Medical oncology)

2964 N. State Road 7 Suite 330 Margate, Florida 33063


Marianna (Radiation oncology)

3031 Carters Mill Road Marianna, Florida 32446


Marion (Medical oncology)

63 South Medical Court Marion, North Carolina 28752

Marion (Radiation oncology)

63 South Medical Court Marion, North Carolina 28752

Marion (Urology)

63 South Medical Ct. Marion, North Carolina 28752


Martinsburg (Radiation oncology)

2000 Foundation Way Suite 1100 - McCormack Center Martinsburg, West Virginia 25401

Miami (Medical oncology)

78 S.W. 13th. Avenue Suite 200 Miami, Florida 33135


Miami (Radiation oncology)

78 S.W. 13th Avenue Suite 100 Miami, Florida 33135


Miami (Radiation oncology)

14233 S.W. 42nd Street Miami, Florida 33175


Miami (Radiation oncology)

6825 S.W. 87th Avenue Miami, Florida 33173


Miami (Urology)

3661 South Miami Ave. Suite 1006 Miami, Florida 33133


Miami (Urology)

3659 S. Miami Ave Suite 2001 Miami, Florida 33133


Miami (Urology)

2601 SW 37th Ave Suite 904 Miami, Florida 33133


Miami (Urology)

3661 South Miami Ave. Suite 904 Miami, Florida 33133


Midwest City (Medical oncology)

230 North Midwest Boulevard, Midwest City, OK, USA


Midwest City (Radiation oncology)

230 North Midwest Boulevard, Midwest City, OK, USA


Miramar (Medical oncology)

12741 Miramar Parkway Suite 306 Miramar, Florida 33027-2905


Miramar (Urology)

1951 SW 172nd Avenue, Suite 300 Miramar, Florida 33029


Miramar (Urology)

1951 SW 172nd Avenue Suite 203 Miramar, Florida 33029


Modesto (Radiation oncology)

1316 Nelson Avenue Modesto, California 95350

Murrells Inlet (Urology)

4367 Riverwood Drive Unit 100 Murrells Inlet, South Carolina 29576


Murrells Inlet (Urology)

3911 Highway 17 Bypass Murrells Inlet, South Carolina 29576


Muskogee (Medical oncology)

301 North 32nd Street, Muskogee, OK, USA


Muskogee (Radiation oncology)

301 North 32nd Street, Muskogee, OK, USA


Myrtle Beach (Radiation oncology)

4708 Oleander Drive Myrtle Beach, SC 29577


Myrtle Beach (Urology)

101 McLeod Health Boulevard Suite 202 Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29579


Myrtle Beach (Urology)

823 82nd Parkway Myrtle Beach, South Carolina 29572

Naples (Breast surgery)

820 Goodlette Rd. N. Naples, Florida 34102


Naples (General surgery)

2335 Tamiami Trail North Suite 501 Naples, Florida 34103


Naples (General surgery)

6101 Pine Ridge Road Naples, Florida 34119


Naples (Gynecologic oncology)

990 Tamiami Trail N. Naples, Florida 34102


Naples (Radiation oncology)

8350 Sierra Meadows Naples, Florida 34113


Naples (Radiation oncology)

1885 SW Health Parkway Naples, Florida 34109


Naples (Radiation oncology)

733 4th Avenue North Naples, Florida 34102


Naples (Surgical oncology)

990 Tamiami Trail Naples, Florida 34102


Naples (Urology)

681 Goodlette-Frank Road Naples, Florida 34102


Naples (Urology)

1044 Goodlette Road Naples, Florida 34102


Naples (Urology)

6101 Pine Ridge Road Desk 31 Naples, Florida 34119


Naples (Urology)

3291 Woods Edge Parkway, 1st Floor Diamond Ridge Center Bonita Springs, Florida 34134


Niceville (General surgery)

554 Twin Cities Boulevard Suite C Niceville, Florida 32578


Niceville (General surgery)

554 Twin Cities Boulevard, Suite C Niceville, Florida 32578


Niceville (General surgery)

550 Twin Cities Blvd. Suite C Niceville, Florida 32578


North Fort Myers (Urology)

18900 N. Tamiami Trail Unit 12 North Fort Myers, Florida 33903


North Port (Urology)

2345 Bobcat Village Center Road Suite 201 North Port, Florida 34288


Oakland Park (Urology)

5301 North Dixie Highway Suite 201 Oakland Park, Florida 33334


Oklahoma City (Diagnostic Center)

111 Harrison Avenue, Suite 104, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73104, USA

(405) 272-5090

Oklahoma City (Medical oncology)

11100 Hefner Pointe Drive, Suite A, Oklahoma City, OK, USA


Oklahoma City (Radiation oncology)

11100 Hefner Pointe Drive, Suite A, Oklahoma City, OK, USA


Orange Park (Medical oncology)

2141 Loch Rane Blvd. Suite 116 Orange Park, Florida 32073


Orange Park (Radiation oncology)

2161 Kingsley Avenue Suite 100 Orange Park, Florida 32073


Palm Beach Gardens (General surgery and breast surgery)

10335 N. Military Trail Suite C Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33410


Palm Beach Gardens (Radiation oncology)

10335 N. Military Trail Suite C Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33410


Palm Desert (Radiation oncology)

77-840 Flora Road Palm Desert, California 92211


Palm Springs (Urology)

1620 S. Congress Ave. Suite 202 Palm Springs, Florida 33461


Pembroke Pines (Radiation oncology)

12309 Pembroke Road Pembroke Pines, Florida 33025


Pembroke Pines (Urology)

601 North Flamingo Road Suite 300 Pembroke Pines, Florida 33028


Pembroke Pines (Urology)

601 North Flamingo Road Suite 300 Pembroke Pines, Florida 33028

(754) 707-5680

Pembroke Pines (Urology)

603 North Flamingo Road Suite 251 Pembroke Pines, Florida 33028


Pembroke Pines (Urology)

600 N. Hiatus Road Suite 209 Pembroke Pines, Florida 33024


Pembroke Pines (Urology)

601 N Flamingo Road Suite 402 Pembroke Pines, Florida 33028


Pembroke Pines (Urology)

601 N. Flamingo Road Suite 319 Pembroke Pines, Florida 33028


Plano (Medical oncology)

6957 West Plano Pkwy Suite 1400 Plano, Texas 75093


Plano (Radiation oncology)

6957 West Plano Parkway, Suite 1300 Plano, Texas 75093


Plantation (Radiation oncology)

350 NW 84th Avenue, Suite 102 Westside Medical Arts Building Plantation, Florida 33324


Plantation (Urology)

1216 N. University Drive Plantation, Florida 33322


Plantation (Urology)

350 NW 84th Ave Suite 300 Plantation, Florida 33324


Ponca City (Medical oncology)

609 Virginia Ave, Ponca City, OK, USA


Ponca City (Radiation oncology)

609 Virginia Ave, Ponca City, OK, USA


Pontiac (Radiation oncology)

70 Fulton Street Pontiac, Michigan 48341


Port Charlotte (General surgery)

18308 Murdock Circle Unit 105 Port Charlotte, Florida 33948


Port Charlotte (Radiation oncology)

3175 Harbor Boulevard Port Charlotte, Florida 33952


Port Charlotte (Urology)

2400 Harbor Boulevard Suite 21 Port Charlotte, Florida 33952


Port Charlotte (Urology)

21260 Olean Boulevard Suite 202A Port Charlotte, Florida 33952


Port Charlotte (Urology)

3410 Tamiami Trail Suite 4 Port Charlotte, Florida 33952


Princeton (Radiation oncology)

660 New Hope Road Princeton, West Virginia 24740

Providence (Radiation oncology)

50 Maude Street Providence, Rhode Island 2908


Punta Gorda (Urology)

100 Madrid Boulevard Unit 512 Punta Gorda, Florida 33950


Punta Gorda (Urology)

100 Madrid Blvd. Suite 113 Punta Gorda, Florida 33950


Punta Gorda (Urology)

713 East Marion Avenue Suite 135 Punta Gorda, Florida 33950


Rancho Mirage (Radiation oncology)

40055 Bob Hope Drive Suite B Rancho Mirage, California 92270


Redding (Breast surgery)

963 Butte Street Redding, California 96001

Redding (Medical oncology)

310 Hartnell Avenue Suite A Redding, California 96002


Redding (Radiation oncology)

963 Butte Street Redding, California 96001


Redding (Radiation oncology)

310 Hartnell Avenue Suite B Redding, California 96002


Roanoke Rapids (Radiation oncology)

212 Smith Church Road Roanoke Rapids, North Carolina 27870


Rogers (Medical oncology)

2526 South Pinnacle Hills Parkway, Rogers, AR, USA


Rogers (Radiation oncology)

2526 South Pinnacle Hills Parkway, Rogers, Arkansas 72758, USA


Salinas (Radiation oncology)

1069 Los Palos Dr. Salinas, California 93901


San Antonio (Radiation oncology)

8019 South New Braunfels Avenue, Suite 101 San Antonio San Antonio, Texas 78235


San Luis Obispo (Radiation oncology)

100 Casa St., Suite C San Luis Obispo, California 93405


Santa Cruz (Radiation oncology)

1575 Soquel Drive Santa Cruz, California 95056


Santa Maria (Radiation oncology)

1325 E. Church St. Suite 101 Santa Maria, California 93454

Santa Rosa Beach (Radiation oncology)

6879 US Highway 98W Santa Rosa Beach, Florida 32459


Sarasota (Radiation oncology)

3210 Fruitville Road Sarasota, Florida 34237


Sarasota (Urology)

3325 S. Tamiami Trail Suite 200 Sarasota, Florida 34239


Sarasota (Urology)

1 South School Avenue Suite 200 Sarasota, Florida 34237


Simi Valley (Radiation oncology)

2985 North Sycamore Dr. Simi Valley, California 93065


Southbridge (Radiation oncology)

55 Sayles Street Southbridge, Massachusetts 1550


Stockton (Radiation oncology)

4722 Quail Lakes Drive Suite B Stockton, California 95207


Stuart (Radiation oncology)

2111 SE Ocean Blvd. Stuart, Florida 34996


Stuart (Radiation oncology)

2107 SE Ocean Blvd. Stuart, Florida 34996


Sunnyvale (Mammography/ Medical oncology)

129 N Collins Rd, Suite 2207 Sunnyvale, TX, USA


Sunrise (Urology)

8890 West Oakland Park Boulevard Suite 304 Sunrise, Florida 33351


Tamarac (Urology)

7421 N. University Drive Suite 106 Tamarac, Florida 33321


Templeton (Radiation oncology)

274 Heather Court Templeton, California 93465


Thousand Oaks (Radiation oncology)

2230 Lynn Rd., Suite 103 Thousand Oaks, California 91360


Troy (Radiation oncology)

4550 Investment Drive Suite B 111 Troy, Michigan 48098


Venice (General surgery and surgical oncology)

195 Center Road Suite B Venice, Florida 34285


Venice (Radiation oncology)

901 Tamiami Trail S. Venice, Florida 34285


Venice (Urology)

4120 Woodmere Park Boulevard Suite 8A Venice, Florida 34293


Venice (Urology)

842 Sunset Lake Boulevard Suite 403 Venice, Florida 34292


Venice (Urology)

997 US Highway 41 Bypass N Suite 202 Venice, Florida 34285


Ventura (Radiation oncology)

2900 Loma Vista Rd., Suite 100 Ventura, California 93003


Vero Beach (Radiation oncology)

931 37th Place Vero Beach, Florida 32960


Warsaw (Radiation oncology)

1520 Provident Drive Warsaw, Indiana 46580


Warwick (Radiation oncology)

450 Toll Gate Road Warwick, Rhode Island 2886

Weaverville (Radiation oncology)

179 N Buncombe School Rd. Weaverville, North Carolina 28787

Wellington (Breast surgery)

10141 Forest Hill Blvd. Wellington, Florida 33414


Wellington (Radiation oncology)

10141 Forest Hill Blvd. Wellington, Florida 33414


Wellington (Radiation oncology)

3343 State Road 7 Wellington, Florida 33449


Wellington (Urology)

10115 Forest Hill Blvd. Suite 100 Wellington, Florida 33414


Wellington (Urology)

3347 State Road 7 Suite 101 Wellington, Florida 33449


West Palm Beach (Radiation oncology)

1309 N. Flagler Drive West Palm Beach, Florida 33401


West Palm Beach (Urology)

1411 N. Flagler Drive Suite 5100 West Palm Beach, Florida 33401


West Palm Beach (Urology)

2051 45th St Suite 203 West Palm Beach, Florida 33407


Woonsocket (Radiation oncology)

115 Cass Avenue Suite 1 Woonsocket, Rhode Island 2895


Yucca Valley (Radiation oncology)

58-295 29 Palms Highway Suite A Yucca Valley, California 92284


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