Each year, thousands of men and women are diagnosed with prostate, bladder, kidney, and testicular cancer. Patients across the country have new hope because of breakthroughs in cancer care, experimental treatment options, and ongoing research into the causes and potential cures of urologic malignancies.
Their highly trained medical professionals treat patients at all stages of their urologic cancer journey, from diagnosis to end-stage disease, improving diagnosis and developing new and better treatments. In addition, they work to improve the quality of life and survival rates of patients with urinary system cancers.
Hospitals and cancer care centers are where you will find urologic oncologists. In addition to radiation oncologists, pathologists, and diagnostic imaging specialists, they also work with other members of the cancer treatment team. All aspects of diagnosis, treatment, and recovery are provided by them to patients and their families.