A new prostate cancer treatment center is opening its doors to patients in Alpharetta this fall.
Based in Atlanta, the Busch Center attracts patients globally because of their high standards, personalized care, high-tech equipment and state-of-the-art facilities. Busch Center’s team understands that every patient’s situation is different and being diagnosed with prostate cancer is overwhelming.
The center has a non-invasive approach to detecting prostate cancer. Just like mammograms forever changed the outcomes for breast cancer through early detection and diagnosis in the 1970s, Busch Center uses advanced imaging as part of a paradigm shift in prostate cancer detection.
“The key to successful cancer treatment is to early detection,” Oncological Radiologist Joseph J. Busch, M.D., said. “The current guidelines in America over diagnosis, under diagnosis and miss an astonishing 30-40% of the cancer. We use the most advanced, least invasive technology available to properly screen men for prostate cancer and to accurately diagnose.”
Busch Center is the first private prostate center of excellence making precise imaging for the prostate combined with personalized care in the United States. They offer MRI imaging using the Siemens fourth generation 3T imaging to detect small prostate cancer lesions.
Busch Center offers real time imaging of the prostate while performing MRI Guided In-bore Targeted Biopsy with ADC, which is the most accurate biopsy method in the industry. Busch is a prostate imaging pioneer, who has been using the most sophisticated imaging for more than a decade. Every service and protocol at Busch Center are based on evidence-based medicine that is already the standard of care in Europe.
Prostate cancer is the second most common cancer among men, and the second leading cause of men’s cancer death in the United States.
Busch Center patients see their images and get their results while they’re in the office — no waiting and no worrying. The team provides personalized, compassionate care to every patient and their family.
“Busch Center’s team is making a positive difference for men who have prostate cancer,” Busch said, who also uses his imaging to determine patients’ response to therapies. “Where other medical teams use standard of care practices, Busch Center goes above and beyond to accurately evaluate responses to therapy to improve the quality of each patient’s life.”
Busch and his team talk to patients, answer their questions, review their scans, provide test results during the office visit, explain every procedure and provide personalized recommendations for care plans based on evidence-based medicine.
Busch Center is at Brookside Concourse 100, 3650 Brookside Pkwy, Suite 175.