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Helpful Resources


Agent Orange and Prostate Cancer

Veterans diagnosed with prostate cancer may qualify for service-connected disability compensation.
Information Sheet


Special Clinic at WRNMMC for Men with Prostate Cancer

The Center for Prostate Disease Research (CPDR) at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) has a special clinic for men diagnosed with prostate cancer called the "Multi-Disciplinary Prostate Cancer Clinic".
More Information


Patient Education Links

American Cancer Society
Website: Cancer.Org
Phone: 800-ACS-2345

National Cancer Institute
Website: Cancer.Gov
Phone: 800-4-CANCER

National Comprehensive Cancer Network

Us TOO International Prostate Cancer Education and Support Network
Phone: 800-808-7866

American Urological Association
Phone: 800-828-7866

Prostate Cancer Research Institute
Phne: 800-641-7274



Phone: 616-453-1477

PCRI Insights
Phone: 310-743-2117

The John Hopkins Prostate Bulletin
Phone: 800-829-0422

Us TOO Hotsheets

WRNMMC Us TOO Newsletter
Phone: 301-319-2918


CPDR Distinguished Guest Speaker

Dr. Annette Fenner

Chief Editor
Nature Reviews Urology

Presentation: "Editor’s Insights – the Nature of Urology"

Annette Fenner studied at Imperial College London, where she completed her medical degree and intercalated a BSc in Endocrinology and PhD in Reproductive Biology. During her PhD, she worked on hypothalamic peptides in the control of reproduction, with a particular focus on the role of kisspeptins. Bringing with her an interest in the field of sexual medicine, she joined the Nature Reviews Urology team as an Associate Editor in 2010, and was promoted to Chief Editor in 2011.

Date: 30 November 2015
Time: 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Location: CPDR Rockville, MD


WRNMMC UsToo! Newsletter

Read the November 2015 WRNMMC UsToo! Newsletter

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July 20, 2015

CPDR's GHI publication is featured in the latest MDLinx "Best of Oncology"


April 21, 2014

Biological and Genomic Differences of ERG Oncoprotein-Stratified Prostate Cancers from African and Caucasian Americans