Prostate cancer starts in the prostate gland, a small walnut-sized structure that makes up part of a man's reproductive system. It can be detected by a simple blood test, known as the PSA for early detection. Learn more.
As you might guess, our urology practice has a good deal of experience treating patients with Bladder Cancer, when a tumor is found in the organ that holds urine. This is a highly specialized area and your individual treatment depends on many factors, all of which we will discuss with you. We give you the options and guidance. You make the decisions. Learn more.
The symptoms might be stomach pain or back pain, or a change in your urine. It could be something else. But it might be Kidney Cancer. The kidneys are an essential part of the urinary system. They perform several vital functions, regulating electrolytes and acid, and excreting wastes such as urea and ammonium. A serious condition, cancer of the kidney is most often treated with surgery. There are a lot of options, though and our doctors will guide you through the process. Learn more.
Cancers are very individualized and demand a specific treatment plan designed especially for you. Often times, patients with these types of cancer are referred to us by their physicians due to our expertise and experience.
The doctors at Philadelphia Urology Associates treat a variety of men's cancer issues, using the newest, leading-edge therapies and techniques. We understand what you're going through and will gently guide you through what are very intimate and personal health matters. Dr. Bruce Sloane and the entire staff welcome you to our very personal and professional practice. We'll do whatever we can to help you.
Call (215) 563-1199 if you would like to speak to a member of our office staff or you can request an appointment online.