Georgia Urology recently added Dr. Daniel Canter, a board-certified, fellowship-trained urologist, to their team at their Decatur and Sandy Springs locations.
Dr. Canter specializes in treating patients with urologic cancers. He will also be leading the Advanced Prostate Cancer team at Georgia Urology, a specific group of urologist experts designed to help patients treat advanced prostate cancer. Furthermore, he will be leading Georgia Urologyâ€™s clinical research efforts.
â€œWorking as a urologic oncologist requires a great mix of medical and surgical subspecialty,â€ Dr. Canter says. â€œIn addition, most of my patients are longitudinal, and our treatment relationship is over the long haul.â€
Dr. Canter received his medical degree from George Washington University School of Medicine, graduating as the valedictorian. He completed his residency in urology from the University of Pennsylvania. Following this, Dr. Canter pursued specialized fellowship training in urologic oncology at the Fox Chase Cancer Center.