Prostate Cancer (Scott Johnson, MD): Every Day Health 2017

Scott Johnson, MD, urologic oncologist, talks about prostate cancer and the importance of early detection. He also clarifies the most current prostate cancer screening guidelines

Our Prostate and Urologic Cancer Program provides leading-edge cancer treatment delivered by nationally recognized experts. Our physicians focus all their energy on caring for urologic malignancies, so our patients receive highly individualized medical attention.

The Most Comprehensive Patient Care

We provide complete, fully coordinated care to patients with prostate, bladder, kidney, ureteral, testicular and penile cancers. We offer more treatment options than any other medical center in the state. Through our active research and clinical trials, patients have access to the newest treatment alternatives. Many patients also come to us for a second opinion after an initial diagnosis. Through our Cancer Second Opinion Program, we provide reassurance that a prostate or urologic cancer diagnosis is accurate and help patients understand all available treatment options.

The Prostate and Urologic Cancer Program is one of 13 disease-specific programs at the Clinical Cancer Center.

Urologic Surgeons, Oncologists and Radiologists

Prostate and other urologic cancers are complex diseases that require several different kinds of treatment. A coordinated team approach yields a higher rate of treatment success with fewer adverse consequences for patients. The Prostate and Urologic Cancer Program includes a complete team of specialists in cancer surgery, medical (drug and hormone) therapy and radiation therapy — all of whom focus specifically on urologic malignancies.

Care and Research Leadership

The Prostate and Urologic Cancer Program is the leading urologic oncology program in Wisconsin. Our success rate in treating prostate cancer has earned us national recognition. 

Free Prostate Cancer Screening

We offer free prostate cancer screening year-round by appointment. Men should not be screened without first talking with a doctor about whether and when to get screened. Learn more.

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