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If you’re a man wanting to learn more about prostate cancer testing, you’ve probably learned it is confusing.   Although one in eight men will develop prostate caner in his lifetime, the testing and treatment recommendations can be confusing to patients and providers alike.  This is tragic because early

Ironwood Cancer & Research Centers is happy to announce its Volunteer of the Month for September 2017. It’s Dawn Michaelis. She volunteers in our Scottsdale Office helping patients smile and feel cared for. All of us thank her and our volunteers for their contribution. Ironwood Cancer & Research

It is estimated that there will be 161,000 new cases of prostate cancer in 2017.   About 6 cases in 10 are diagnosed in men aged 65 or older, but it in can occur in younger men. Despite how common prostate cancer is, few men can answer what the prostate’s

Davis A. Romney, MD joined Ironwood Cancer and Research Centers in December of 2013 after serving as the director of the East Valley Center of Arizona Oncology Services in Mesa for the last 4 years.  An Arizona native, Dr. Romney completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Arizona and

September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month.  Prostate cancer is expected to account for 9.6% of new cancer diagnosis in the US this year.  We met with Ironwood Urology’s Dr. Douglas Masson to discuss the advanced treatment he offers his patients. For more information on Dr. Douglas