Join us for this interactive lecture with Radiation Oncologist, Michael W. Brown, MD. Dr. Brown will focus on clinical trials and immunotherapy for treating prostate cancer.
Bring your curiosity and your questions!
Dr. Brown graduated from Medical College of Wisconsin in 2002. He performed his residency at the National Cancer Institute/Walter Reed Army Medical Center joint program, while serving on active duty in the United States Army. After serving nine years in the Army, Dr. Brown accepted an academic position at the University of Washington in Seattle. In 2013, he and his family moved to Maine where he affiliates with many hospitals including Central Maine Medical Center, Stephens Memorial Hospital, St. Mary’s Regional Medical Center, Rumford Hospital and Bridgton Hospital – working with other medical providers to offer comprehensive cancer care. Dr. Brown has actively participated in academic research, most recently in a study to potentially reduce toxicity in the treatment of prostate cancer with radiation, which was published in December 2018.
Open to: Prostate cancer patients, survivors and caregivers