GreenAcres is right. I went out to the Cance treatment center of America in May just to get a freash pair of eyes on my cancer. There was a question of possible bone involvement brought up by my GP after he read the bone scan report. The CTCA is primarly a radiation treatment of PC, recommending HDR brackatherpy, hormone, and radiation as a triple attack on the cancer. If you are concidering radiation treatment they have the latest equipment, no proton yet.
I was given the green light by the radiolgist to "get surgery", he was very objective, and well trained. The nice thing about being in such a hospitial is that you get a test one hour, and a few hours later you usually have the results. As many of us can attest to, waithing for the test results is very stressful.
They pick up the plane fare, and you can eat at the hospital cafitera for free, so the only expense is the hotel, they also offer a shuttle from the hotel to hospital. I went to Zion, Il.