A tertiary-referral, large metropolitan and academic hospital in Melbourne, Australia, where the William Buckland Radiotherapy Centre (WBRC) and Melbourne Prostate Institute (MPI) are located.

The WBRC at The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, Australia is located with one of the largest tertiary referral and academic medical centres in Melbourne.

WBRC is a well equipped, modern radiotherapy centre, with state-of-the-art treatment and planning equipment.  WBRC is focused on delivering the highest quality treatment, whilst maintaining a patient focused attitude at all times.

The association of the WBRC with The Alfred Hospital allows close co-ordination with cancer specialists, such as surgeons, medical oncologists, haematologists, etc., as well as hosting the MPI.  Furthermore, the department is part of the Monash University Medical School, and participates in a broad range of teaching and research activities.


TheBaysHospitalin Mornington is approximately one hour fromMelbourne, and offers acute medical, surgical and obstetric services, specialist consulting suites, physiotherapy services, radiology and pathology.

The MPI and The Bays Hospital Mornington work together, providing seed implants to men living in the Mornington Peninsular area.


The Seattle Prostate Institute is a famous seed implant centre in the United States, run by some of the doctors that first introduced modern seed implants to the US, and who have been at the forefront since.


An active prostate implant program in New York, with one of the largest series of patients treated with seed implants.


The Cancer Council Victoria is a non-profit cancer charity organisation involved in cancer research, patient support, cancer prevention and advocacy.

Support services
The Cancer Council Victoria provide support and evidence-based information to those affected by cancer, their families and friends.

The Cancer Council Helpline (13 11 20) is a confidential service where you can talk about your concerns and needs with experienced cancer and palliative care nurses, for the cost of a local call.  The nurses can send you information and put you in touch with support services in your area.  They can also link you to cancer survivors who’ve been through a similar experience, help if you’re having trouble paying bills during your cancer diagnosis and treatment or if you’re eligible, provide you and your family with a short holiday at no cost to you.

A Multilingual Cancer Information Line, for those that speak languages other than English, is also available, so you can access information in the language of your choice.


This site has been developed by the education committee of The Australian Prostate Cancer Collaboration (APCC) with funding from the Lions International Clubs of Australia to assist men affected by prostate cancer and their families.


The Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA) is the peak national body for prostate cancer in Australia.

They are dedicated to:

  • Investing in world leading prostate cancer research
  • Raising awareness amongst Government, health professionals and the Australian community
  • Supporting men and their families affected by prostate cancer


The National Cancer Institute is the Federal Government’s principal agency for cancer research and training in The United States.  The National Cancer Institute coordinates the National Cancer Program, which conducts and supports research, training, health information dissemination, and other programs with respect to the cause, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of cancer, rehabilitation from cancer, and the continuing care of cancer patients and their families.

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