Fall 2016

Choosing Active Surveillance to Monitor your Prostate Cancer

This year more than 180,000 American men will be diagnosed with Prostate Cancer. But not all prostate cancers are alike. Some are small, slow-growing and pose little risk, while others grow quickly and need immediate treatment. If you have been diagnosed with a very early stage of prostate cancer, your doctor may recommend “active surveillance.”…more

Did You Know? OAB vs. SUI

Overactive bladder (OAB) and stress urinary incontinence (SUI) are two common lower urinary tract or bladder health problems that can cause incontinence. Incontinence is the leaking of urine that can’t be controlled.…more

Bladder Cancer in Women

In 2016, about 18,000 women will be told they have bladder cancer. Your bladder is an organ in your pelvic area that holds urine. Most bladder cancers start in the cells that line the inside of the bladder. …more

Q&A: Ask the Experts

The Urology Care Foundation recently welcomed three new urologists to its Board of Directors. As the world's leading nonprofit urological health foundation, our mission is to support and improve the prevention, detection and treatment of urological disease through research and education. The Foundation would like to welcome Dr.'s Harris Nagler, Sanford Siegel and Raju Thomas. …more

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