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You no longer have to live your life on dialysis. Georgetown University Hospital offers treatments that may eliminate your need for dialysis. Thanks to new technology and innovative approaches, our transplant specialists can increase your chances of being compatible with a wider range of kidney donors—helping you improve your quality of life.
 

Difficult to diagnose and equally difficult to treat, pancreatic cancer is often aggressive, making it the fifth leading cause of cancer death in the U.S. and the cancer with the highest fatality rate. Georgetown University Hospital’s Pancreatic Disease Program is pioneering new techniques to diagnose and treat benign and malignant diseases of the pancreas and biliary system, at any stage, with greater accuracy and less discomfort to patients.
Introduction, Patrick Jackson, MD
Cancer Imaging, Reena Jha, MD
Pancreatic Cancer Endoscopic Approach, John Carroll, MD
Pancreatic Innovations Surgery, Lynt Johnson, MD
Pancreatic Medical Therapy, Michael Pishvaian, MD, PhD
Pancreatic CyberKnife, Sean Collins, MD, PhD
Pancreatic Pain Management, Andrew Putnam, MD
 

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Prostate Cancer

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Prostate Cancer Treatment with CyberKnife
Sean P. Collins, M.D., Ph.D.
Instructor Department of Radiation Medicine, Director of Cyberknife Prostate
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Prostate Cancer and the Latest Treatments
John H. Lynch, M.D.
Chairman of Urology, Professor, Department of Urology
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