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Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer

Patients newly diagnosed with localized prostate cancer face important choices regarding treatments, including surgery, radiation, and active surveillance. St. Elizabeth's Medical Center's Prostate Cancer Surveillance Clinic works with patients in a multidisciplinary setting and allows them to make informed decisions about their care.

Prostate Cancer

Prostate Cancer Surveillance Clinic
736 Cambridge St.
Brighton, MA 02135

doctor with patient

Multidisciplinary Prostate Cancer Surveillance Clinic

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center’s multidisciplinary Prostate Cancer Surveillance Clinic is available to patients with low-risk or favorable intermediate-risk prostate cancer who are newly diagnosed, and patients who are currently under surveillance, either on active surveillance or after completing treatment for prostate cancer.

Our highly-skilled medical team will monitor patients using the following surveillance tools tailored to their individual needs:

  • Serial PSAs
  • Digital rectal exams
  • MRI
  • Biopsies 

The Prostate Cancer Surveillance Clinic also offers patients support services, including access to nutrition and wellness services.


Older man
Coping with a Prostate Cancer Diagnosis
Men who receive a diagnosis of prostate cancer may find they are scared, angry, or depressed. The good news is that most prostate cancer is very treatable. Even though each man copes with the diagnosis in his own way, there are some common feelings and concerns that many men may feel after diagnosis.

Our Team

Jairam Eswara
Jairam Eswara


Julia Hayes
Julia Hayes

Medical Oncology,
Genitourinary Cancers