Dr. Bob Lustig's Story Prostate Cancer

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Robert Lustig, MD, is professor of radiation oncology at Penn Medicine, prostate cancer survivor and proton beam therapy patient.

At Penn, Dr. Lustig was able to have proton therapy for prostate cancer at the Abramson Cancer Center.

"I came in the morning, got on the table, had my treatment, and went back to work," recalls Dr. Lustig, who completed proton therapy for prostate cancer in June, 2011.

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In this video, he discusses his diagnosis, and his choice to have proton therapy for prostate cancer.