Urologic Cancer Care

Prostate, bladder, kidney and testicular cancers call for sensitive care.

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Our approach to urologic cancer care

We understand urologic cancer can significantly impact your life. Simple things, like going to the bathroom, are suddenly difficult. That's why we take a personalized approach by learning you and your family's story — not just your condition. Together, we create a treatment plan that meets your unique needs.

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Urologic cancer expertise

We offer comprehensive care for a variety of urologic cancers, with treatments including surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, immunotherapy and targeted therapies. By taking a multidisciplinary approach, our team of specialists can give you the care and support that's right for you at every stage of your treatment journey.

Advanced surgical techniques

Our skilled surgeons employ cutting-edge surgical techniques, including robotic-assisted surgery with the DaVinci system. This minimally invasive approach allows for enhanced precision, reduced recovery time and fewer complications, providing optimal outcomes.

Research and clinical trials

We're dedicated to advancing the field of urologic cancer care through active participation in research and clinical trials. This means you'll have access to innovative treatment options and cutting-edge therapies, contributing to improved outcomes and a higher quality of life.

Industry-leading collaboration

The WellSpan Cancer Institute works in collaboration with Johns Hopkins Medicine Kimmel Cancer Center in Baltimore to provide you with options like second opinions, expanded clinical trials, advanced gene therapy and access to specialists who treat the most complex cancers.

Early detection and screening

We're committed to early detection to increase your chances of successful treatment. That's why we prioritize regular screenings and check-ups, especially for high-risk individuals. When further testing is needed, we use diagnostic tools such as imaging, biopsy and blood to get an accurate diagnosis and quickly tailor a care plan that's right for you.