News & Highlights
from May 2014
Drew Armstrong of Bloomerg covered results from recent study looking at men whose prostate cancer relapsed and delayed hormone theraphy treatment.
UCSF researchers make an important scientific breakthrough that connects two fundamental cellular processes, protein synthesis and metabolism, important for fueling cancer cell growth. Remarkably, the targeted inhibition of this specific connection caused cancer cells but not normal cells to die, therefore identifying an attractive new approach to cancer therapy.
Study offers new data on hormone therapy timing strategies when prostate cancer relapse is detected by rising PSA levels alone.
Professor Jack McAninch has logged thousands of miles in the corridors of San Francisco General Hospital (SFGH) since he became urology chief there in 1977.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is categorized as a mental health problem, but it can also produce a range of physical symptoms.
The American Association of Genitourinary Surgeons awarded its 2014 Barringer Medal to Peter R. Carroll, MD, MPH, chair of the UCSF Department of Urology ...
Clay del Rosario, a nurse at the Urology Procedure Center, is a recipient of a Daisy Award for