Skip Navigation

YouTube Related to the Department of Urology

Dr. Lee: An introduction to the treatment of bladder cancer at the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Dr. Lee; There's no easy screening test, there's no splashy awareness month and there are few clues to its existence early on. But experts urge people to pay attention to the signs of bladder cancer, which will develop in some 63,000 Americans each year.

J S. Wolf Jr., M.D., University of Michigan Health System, explains why those diagnosed with kidney cancer should get their care in the University of Michigan's Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Dr. Faerber: Modern diet and lifestyle, along with global warming, are contributing to an alarming phenomenon kidney stones in children.

Brent Hollenbeck, M.D., M.S., University of Michigan Health System Department of Urology, discusses the goals and successes of the Urologic Health Services Research program.

James E. Montie, M.D., University of Michigan Department of Urology, discusses how the Urologic Oncology program focuses their research on ways to improve cancer treatment.

Dr. Chinnaiyan: Researchers from the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center have identified a panel of small molecules, or metabolites, that appear to indicate aggressive prostate cancer. The finding could lead to a simple test that would help doctors determine which prostate cancers are slow-growing and which require immediate, aggressive treatment. Dr. Chinnaiyan: Researchers from the University of Michigan Comprehensive Cancer Center have identified a panel of small molecules, or metabolites, that appear to indicate aggressive prostate cancer. The finding could lead to a simple test that would help doctors determine which prostate cancers are slow-growing and which require immediate, aggressive treatment

Daniela Wittmann, LMSW, CST, Sexual Health Coordinator for the University of Michigan Department of Urology and Center for Sexual Health discusses how cancer treatment leaves lasting effects on a person's body. She offers strategies to help cancer survivors accept these changes without any loss of self-esteem. Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

What you need to know about cancer screenings: University of Michigan nurse and Cancer AnswerLine manager Becky Eggleston helps clarify the value and importance of cancer screenings.

John's Story Advanced Renal/Kidney Cancer: John recounts his experience in getting treatment for advanced kidney/renal cancer at the University of Michigan Health System Comprehensive Cancer Center

.Michigan Men's Football Experience YouTube Video for 2012