CPDR Patient Education Program
Agent Orange and Prostate Cancer
Veterans diagnosed with prostate cancer may qualify for service-connected disability compensation.
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".
Patient Education Links
American Cancer Society
National Cancer Institute
National Comprehensive Cancer Network
Us TOO International Prostate Cancer Education and Support Network
American Urological Association
Prostate Cancer Research Institute
The John Hopkins Prostate Bulletin
Us TOO Hotsheets
WRNMMC Us TOO Newsletter
UsToo! Speaker - November 3, 2016
Dr. Camille Williams
Radiation Oncologist at WRNMMC.
Topic: "Radiation Therapy Treatment Options for Prostate Cancer: Understanding the Basics.
Please join us at 7:00 PM in the America Building (Bldg 19), 2nd floor, Room 2525.
Remember, your family and friends are also welcome.
or go to theWRNMMC UsToo! Newsletter Archive
Read the NOVEMBER 2016 CPDR E-Newsletter
June 23, 2016
Dr. Charles P. Xavier Takes the Robert A. Phillips Award and a Navy-wide Academic Research Competition Award
by Paula Amann
Published in the June 2016 issue of Military Medical Research News, a monthly newsletter of the Department of Research Programs, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center.
Fine-tuning facial transplants, predicting bone fractures, shrinking prostate cancers with new drugs and cutting the costs of surgical training with the right technology: These were among the problems probed by competition winners for 2016 Research and Innovation Month at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC).
The events, during Poster Display Week on May 11 and the Research Symposia on May 18-19, drew abstracts for 178 projects. After winnowing by pre-selection judges, 22 finalists emerged in three categories: case reports, evidence-based practice and quality improvement (a crucial non-research area).
Another 24 finalists, split evenly between laboratory and clinical research, vied for the Robert A. Phillips (RAP) and Bailey K. Ashford (BKA) Awards. The two BKA winners were LCDR Gabriel Santiago, MC (laboratory medicine), and LT Scott Wagner, MC (clinical medicine).
RAP winners included LT Daniel Griffin, MC (resident laboratory category); CPT Sarah Placek, MC (resident clinical); Charles P. Xavier, Ph.D. (staff laboratory); and Benjamin Sheffield (staff clinical).