Prostate Cancer

Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center is a leader in advancing the treatment of prostate cancer. Whether you have just been diagnosed with early-stage cancer, or have already received treatment and now have more-advanced disease, our expert team of doctors and nurses offers comprehensive, personalized care that will give you the best chance to cure or control your illness.

Making an Appointment

Call 800-525-2225
Mon–Fri, 8:30 AM–5:30 PM, ET

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More Science. Less Fear.
It’s Time to Change How the World Treats Cancer.

Learn how we’re making what was impossible yesterday, possible today.

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How We Plan Your Treatment

Use our interactive tool to learn about which treatment options Memorial Sloan Kettering offers for your clinical state.

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Managing Side Effects

Though we work to minimize side effects, our specialists can help you manage any concerns with sexual health or urinary function so you can maintain the best possible quality of life.

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Sidney Kimmel Center for Prostate and Urologic Cancers

Our state-of-the-art treatment center provides the most advanced and effective cancer care available today.

Prediction Tools

Our online nomograms can be used to predict which approaches to treating prostate cancer will result in the greatest benefit. Results can help physicians and patients make important decisions.

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PSA Testing to Determine Men at High Risk for Aggressive Prostate Cancer

Memorial Sloan Kettering statistician Andrew Vickers describes a recommended screening strategy to determine men at highest risk for developing an aggressive prostate cancer requiring treatment.

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New Drugs for Advanced Prostate Cancer

Dr. Howard Scher talks about new hormone treatments, chemotherapy drugs, and other medications for men with advanced prostate cancer.

Robotic Surgery for Genitourinary Cancers

MSKCC minimally invasive surgery expert Vincent Laudone explains how robotic surgery is used to treat prostate cancer and other urologic cancers.

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PSA Testing
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New Medical Treatments
Robotic Surgery