July 23, 2023
Tag: Urologic Oncology Clinical Program
June 7, 2023
Three things to know about prostate cancer
Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men, with an even higher incidence in Black men. Urologic oncologist Matt Nielsen, MD, MS, FACS, shares three things to know about prostate cancer.
April 26, 2023
UroToday: Exploring Mentorship and Coaching in Urology: Insights and Strategies for Overcoming Burnout – Angie Smith
April 19, 2023
Supporting men after testicular cancer
Testicular cancer is the most common cancer among young adult males. While testicular cancer is very treatable, “there are a lot of survivorship implications,” says Hung-Jui “Ray” Tan, MD.
April 10, 2023
Opening up about prostate cancer
Albert Brunson didn’t tell anyone but his wife when he was diagnosed with prostate cancer. But a neighbor's death from metastatic prostate cancer changed his mind about sharing his story.
March 7, 2023
Elmore shares her perspective as a physician and a patient on NEJM podcast
Shekinah Elmore, MD, MPH, talks about how her experience with illness has shaped her as a physician and patient advocate in the first episode of the podcast “Not Otherwise Specified.”
December 13, 2022
Bladder cancer: what patients need to know
Each year, nearly 75,000 people are diagnosed with bladder cancer. While more common in men over age 55, bladder cancer can—and does—affect women and men of all ages. Hear from our bladder cancer specialists to learn what newly diagnosed patients and their loved ones should know about bladder cancer.
November 14, 2022
Genetic analysis of the most common type of bladder cancer in patients with metastatic disease yields guidance on treatment options
A genomic study of more than 200 people with the most common type of bladder cancer that has spread could help guide how the cancer would respond to immunotherapy.
November 10, 2022
Renal & Urology News: How Patients Choose Small Renal Mass Treatment Characterized
April 21, 2022
Cousins team up to support oncologist, research
Cousins Susan Hall and Harold Malion support the Urologic Oncology Fund for Excellence and the work of UNC Lineberger’s Angela Smith, MD, MS.