Cancer Life Center at MCCG Introduces New Class

Targets Men with Recent Diagnosis MACON, GA (June 22, 2011) - ""Prostate Cancer 101,"" a new class from The Cancer Life Center at The Medical Center of Central Georgia (MCCG), provides a roadmap to treatment and recovery for all men who've just been diagnosed with prostate cancer. The Cancer Life Center wants these men to possess the knowledge to make the best-possible treatment decisions. Taught by oncology certified nurses, this monthly class will cover prostate cancer basics, knowing the stages of prostate cancer, and information about hormone therapy, surgery, anti-androgen drugs, radiation therapy and clinical trials, pros and cons of DaVinci® robotic surgery, and survivorship and support. The first class meets Monday, July 11 at 12 p.m. in the Lanier Building, 1062 Forsyth St. Call 478-633-8537 to reserve your seat. A light lunch will be served and parking is free.

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