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Dr. Suskind is being recognized for her cumulative work in the area of female urologic issues in frail older adults.  She will receive the award during the February SUFU annual meeting.

Circulating tumor cells (CTCs) are cells shed by primary or disseminated tumors. They are easily obtained with a peripheral blood draw and therefore allow for a minimally invasive way to monitor tumor progression.

Hillary Copp, MD, MS and Lindsay Hampson, MD, MAS, along with other UCSF patients and caregivers, participated in Spina Bifida Association’s Walk and Roll held in Walnut Creek.

UCSF.EDU Covered UCSF Urology's Ben Breyer, MD, MAS Breyerand his study...

The entry entitled: “Time spent away from home in the year following high-risk cancer surgery in older adults.” discusses results from a retrospective cohort study...

Dr. Pruthi set to begin January 1, 2020

Dr. Carroll to step down as Chair by year's end. 

Paper describes a new way to systematically identify genetic interactions...

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