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Even if you’re a doctor, nurse, dentist, or other health care professional, we bet there’s something on this list that’s new to you, too.
After skin cancer, prostate cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed among men in the United States, and about one in eight men will be diagnosed with the disease during their lifetime.
Urinary troubles like stress incontinence and overactive bladder are quite common and simple to address, but some can be prevented with good habits.
Columbia cancer researchers are testing a new chemotherapy regimen for patients with an invasive form of bladder cancer who have limited options beyond radical surgery if initial treatment fails.
- September 9, 2014
Dr. McKiernan is a nationally recognized leader in surgical therapies for bladder, kidney, prostate, and testicular cancers.
- May 12, 2014
Two genes together drive the most lethal forms of prostate cancer; could lead to diagnostic test and new treatments.
- February 20, 2014
The American Medical Association has honored P&S student Gregory Joice for his research.
- September 19, 2013
The discovery of progenitor cells in the bladder could lead to new ways to treat chronic bladder pain.
- September 11, 2013
A new genetic test may help determine which men with early prostate cancer can avoid surgery or other invasive treatment.
- July 17, 2013
Mutation linked to congenital urinary tract defects identified.
- November 15, 2012
Link between kidney defects and neurodevelopmental delays in kids
- June 2, 2008