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Urologic Cancer

Urological cancer refers to cancers of the bladder, kidney, prostate and testicles.  The American Cancer Society estimates that urological cancers account for about 23 percent of all cancers diagnosed.  In recent years, the identification and treatment of urological cancers has been much improved through better detection, advanced imaging and the discovery of molecular markers for the disease.

At the John and Carol Walter Center for Urological Health,  board-certified urologists who are fellowship-trained in urological surgical oncology work collaboratively with medical oncologists and radiation oncologists at our Kellogg Cancer Center. This comprehensive approach enables us to provide patients and their families with a consensus plan of treatment.

We are proud to offer patients and families the highest level of multidisciplinary care for treatment of for all types of urological cancer types, including: