It doesn’t care what you do for a living or if you think you’re a tough guy. So if you have a family history of prostate cancer (father or brother) or are an African American male, get your gown on
and get a prostate exam as a
part of your annual physical.



Prostate Cancer Treatment Options

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men and nearly one in six will be diagnosed in their lifetime with prostate cancer. It’s especially important to note that different men may have very different symptoms and some may not have any symptoms at all.

The good news is that prostate cancer is most treatable when found early and there are many ways to treat it. The Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center at Scottsdale Healthcare offers the latest treatment options including: the latest radiation oncology therapies, minimally invasive robot daVinci robotic surgery and clinical trials. In fact, Scottsdale Healthcare performed the first robotic prostatectomy in Arizona.

Every cancer diagnosis comes with questions that need answers, treatments to consider and uncertainty on how to navigate the healthcare system. The cancer care coordinators at the Virginia G. Piper Cancer Center at Scottsdale Healthcare are here for you.

Our experts can help you understand your treatment plan and answer any questions you or loved ones may have regarding your diagnosis. We can provide referrals to physicians, treatment services and support programs.

Contact our Cancer Care Coordinator today to discuss your options 

480-323-1255 / 1-877-273-3639 or ccc@shc.org