A CU Medicine provider.
Patients facing cancer need expertise and experience as well as compassion. Finding options for further therapy is always a priority. I write a blog to help my patients (and others) keep up that you can access here: www.prost8blog.com. In addition, supporting a patient who has exhausted all options is a sacred trust, and life is a journey we all share. It is a privilege to be on that journey with my patients.
My hobbies include golf, skiing, fly-fishing, and woodworking. Grandparenting is an increasingly lovely diversion as well!
Qualifications and experience
- Cancers, Cancers - Bladder Cancer, Cancers - Cancer Medicine, Cancers - Chemotherapy, Cancers - Kidney Cancer, Cancers - Prostate Cancer, Cancers - Testicular Cancer, Cancers - Urologic Cancer, Internal Medicine, Medical Oncology
- Languages spoken
Brigham and Women's Hospital/Massachusetts General Hospital/Dana-Farber Cancer Institute Program (1978)
National Institutes of Health (NIH) (1976)
National Institutes of Health (NIH) (1986)
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Program (1973)
Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine (1972)
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School Program (1974)
University of Nebraska–Lincoln (NE) (1968)
- Clinical interest for patients
I see patients only at the Shaw Cancer Center in Vail (Edwards, CO 970-569-7429). I specialize in prostate cancer issues from screening to initial treatment to caring for patients with metastatic disease. I serve on several advisory boards for new medications used in GU cancers.
- Research interest for patients
I work with a number of pharmaceutical companies on clinical trials for patients with genitourinary malignancies
- Volunteer activities
Volunteer, Health Volunteers Overseas
Volunteer, EPIC Experience
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