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For the third consecutive year, UCSF Urology is number one in NIH funding for urology programs...

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AACR Most-Cited Research Collection Includes Publication From Lab of Raj Dahiya, PhD...

Nadia Roan, PhD, et al, demonstrate how stromal fibroblasts potently increase the efficiency by which HIV infects their primary targets: helper T cells ...

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New imaging technique helps patients and physicians better target prostate cancer treatment...

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Flow dynamics that underlie the creation of Randall plaques appear to be key to stone formation ...

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Benjamin Breyer, MD, MAS led research on male and female grooming habits...

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Thomas Sanford, MD, along with mentors Sima P. Porten, MD, MPH and Maxwell V. Meng, MD having been working to evaluate the molecular basis of urothelial carcinoma using recent advances in genomics and computational biology...

UCSF urologists Maurice Garcia and Peter Carroll's recently developed app (Kegel Nation), which helps monitor Kegel exercise regimens, is now available in iTunes...

Stacey A. Kenfield, ScD, Assistant Professor, Urology, UCSF published an important article in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute late last year showing how vigorous exercise and other healthy habits may protect men from developing lethal prostate cancer.

Davide Ruggero, PhD, and colleagues recently reported on a mechanism that may help explain how prostate cancers develop resistance to drugs that block tumor growth.

UCSF Urology has begun using a new imaging system that exploits the fluorescent properties of naturally occurring molecules in malignant tissues.

A UCSF database that has helped transform the diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer marks its 20th anniversary this year.

Lead Author Stacey Kenfield, ScD, Assistant Professor, UCSF Urology publishes findings to further support a healthy lifestyle including vigorous exercise is a key factor in decreasing the risk of lethal prostate cancer.  Read full story

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