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UCSF urologist Long-Chen Li, MD, and his team have published findings from a study in mice showing that delivering small activating RNA molecules (saRNAs) directly into the bladder can activate tumor suppressor genes and inhibit tumor growth...
UCSF is the busiest center for robot-assisted urologic surgery in Northern California, performing all of our prostate cancer surgeries with the aid of this equipment. UCSF Urology has always been at the forefront of surgical innovation...
Urology Department Chair Dr. Peter Carroll explains that “active surveillance isn't passively waiting”...
Bladder Cancer Support Group announces the 2013 meeting schedule. The Bladder Cancer Education and Support Group meets the first Thursday of each month from 5:30-7:00pm...
An unusual nonprofit that pairs growing a beard with raising money for prostate cancer research made a generous $55,000 donation to UCSF Urology this fall.
An article in the journal Nature on a signaling pathway important in prostate cancer highlights the collaborative work between basic and clinical scientists at UCSF.
Scientists at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) explain how physical activity improves survival from the prostate cancer...
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