Henry K. Tsai
Dr. Tsai treats patients at ProCure Proton Therapy Center and through Princeton Radiation Oncology. Dr. Tsai also has extensive proton experience from training at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Tsai has authored numerous peer-reviewed articles on prostate and other cancers and was selected to the prestigious CaPSURE Scholars Program for prostate cancer outcomes research. Dr. Tsai …
Jae Y. Lee
Dr. Lee obtained his Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry with highest distinction from the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA, before attending the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI, where he completed his doctoral thesis in cancer stem cell biology and was awarded combined MD and PhD degrees through the Medical Scientist Training Program. …
James – Prostate Cancer
When his doctor diagnosed him with cancer, James was shocked. Despite a lifetime of smart decisions, he suddenly had to manage a disease that could spread if he didn’t take action. James knew he needed to find a treatment team that prioritized his health as much as he did.
John – Prostate Cancer
When John was diagnosed with prostate cancer, he knew that his course of treatment was not a decision to be taken lightly. He saw several specialists and joined a support group for men with prostate cancer, listening to all the advice he could find before eventually electing to undergo proton therapy.
Liz – Breast Cancer
When Liz learned she had Stage II B breast cancer, she was in shock. Coming from a science background, Liz wanted to explore her treatment options and thought back to an article she once read about proton therapy. After discussing with her oncologist — who told her she was a good candidate due to the cancer’s location near her heart — Liz scheduled an appointment at ProCure.