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Comprehensive Cancer Care Demands Exceptional Teamwork, Collaboration and Leaders to Bring It to Life.Centralizing scientific discovery, advanced research, and clinical care—all for a new therapeutic pathway.
New Fox Chase Clinical Trial Could Help Men With Intermediate-Risk Prostate Cancer Avoid Radical TreatmentCould NanoKnife be the future of prostate cancer care?
A Salvage Treatment Jennifer Was Inspired to Salvage.A Life-Saving Idea for Bladder Cancer Patients.
Fox Chase Cancer Center Researchers Present Further Data on Potential Bladder-Sparing TreatmentBladder removal is life-altering. This study examines when and why some patients may not need it.
A $1.4 Million Grant Looks at Prostate Cancer Through a ‘Neighborhood Lens.’Where a man is born, lives and works can influence his prostate cancer diagnosis, treatment, and survival. But which factors matter most? And what role do they all play together in how he responds to cancer treatment?
Dr. Laura Bukavina on the Front Lines of Research and WarFighting for life everywhere she goes.
What is the Same and What Has Changed with the Artificial Urinary Sphincter?The artificial urinary sphincter is an implantable device designed to treat incontinence in prostate cancer survivors. The device has existed for 50 years, and in that time, best practices around its use have undergone several paradigm shifts.
Fox Chase Urology Just Took a Big Leap ForwardA new benign urology team adds gravitas to a renowned cancer department.
Fox Chase Researchers Examine Racial Differences in Treatment and Outcomes of First-Line Therapies for Kidney CancerDigging into the "why" of racial disparity in kidney cancer outcomes.
How to Perform Device-Free, Free-Handed Transperineal Prostate BiopsyFox Chase Cancer Center’s urologic oncology group shares an educational video that provides instruction on how to perform a device-free, free-handed transperineal prostate biopsy.
Transperineal BiopsyFor some men who need a biopsy to test for prostate cancer, Fox Chase Cancer Center now offers an alternative approach that is safer, with significantly lower risks of infection, and potentially higher rate of tumor detection. This new procedure, called transperineal biopsy, uses an external entry point in the perineum area, instead of the more traditional transrectal (through the rectum wall) approach. A rectal ultrasound probe helps the physician guide the biopsy instrument to reach more areas in the prostate, including the anterior region that is more difficult to access using the transrectal method.
Urology Team Continues Focus on Improving Kidney Cancer Surgery OutcomesTwo new collaborative publications focus on treatment decisions for patients with renal masses.