How we treat genitourinary cancer
No two patients are alike. So our team of specialists creates personalized treatment plans for every person we see. You’ll benefit from the combined expertise of specialists in radiology, surgery, pathology, pharmacology, oncology and therapists in fields like physical therapy and psychology.
Your recommended treatment will be based on best practices that have worked for other patients, specific aspects of your cancer/tumor, the results of all your tests, the stage of your cancer and your personal preferences.
Bladder and kidney cancers are typically treated through a combined approach that may include radiation therapy, targeted therapy, infusion and chemotherapy, immunotherapy or other specialized therapies. Surgery is commonly done to remove the tumor. Your plan may also involve tumor ablation, embolization and surveillance (monitoring).