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The Team That Cares For You

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UCTV Mini-Med School on GU Cancers

Learn how research and advances in technologies are impacting clinical care of cancer in the urinary and male genital tract.
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UCSF Urology has internationally recognized expertise in the care of urologic cancers. We offer the most current diagnostic tools, surgical, radiation chemotherapy and hormonal treatments as required, and thorough follow-up to maximize quality of life after treatment.

Our program is also a leader in cancer risk assessment. Discussions of each individual’s risk for cancer and of ways to help prevent the disease–such as changes in diet and exercise, or genetic counseling–are incorporated into our care plan.  Additionally, UCSF Urology is on the forefront of genetic testing for risk assessment.  

UCSF is committed to protecting fertility for boys and adults facing treatment that may affect their ability to become fathers. The UCSF Male Fertility Preservation Program strives to help all men and boys achieve fatherhood after completing their treatment by combining cutting edge research with innovations in clinical care.

 For full information regarding the UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center -- including clinical trials -- click here.

Cancer News & Highlights

UCSF featured Urology researcher, Luke Gilbert, PhD highlighting NIH grant award for, "High-Risk, High Reward" research. Click here for full story. 
The presentation, “Genomic screening should be done,” presented by Matt Cooperberg, MD, MPH at the European Association of Urology 2018 conference held in March 2018 has been chosen as a Selected...
Tad Taube never does anything halfway. Concerned that the Holocaust overshadowed the centuries-long history of Jewish culture in Poland, Taube – a Jewish native of Krakow who escaped at age 8 just...
In a recent paper published in Urology author Paul Alpert, MD discusses his work, “New Evidence for the Benefit of PSA Screening: Data From 400,887 Kaiser Permanente Patients.” The study objective...
Welcome AUA 2018 to our great city.  Hope you have an opportunity to read through the AUA Daily News article written by UCSF pediatric urologist, Hillary Copp, MD, MS on what to see and do while in...
The United States Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) today announced a change in its recommendations for prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening. Based on a reanalysis of data from two large...
UCSF Urology researchers Davide Ruggero, PhD and Hao Nguyen, MD, PhD, et al publish on promising new line of attack against lethal, treatment-resistant prostate cancer says Nicolas Weiler for UCSF....