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September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month!

As prostate cancer is the most common genitourinary cancer treated by a urologist and by far the most visible cancer from the standpoint of public awareness, our UF Health Urology team members are doing their part to increase awareness of this challenging disease by wearing a light blue ribbon lapel pin throughout the duration of the month of September.

Paul L. Crispen, MD, Promoted to Associate Chair of Clinical Affairs

Dr. Crispen has been promoted to Associate Chair of Clinical Affairs for UF Urology. He has demonstrated outstanding leadership in his role as division lead in urologic oncology, as well as his many roles in the UF Health Cancer Center. Dr. Crispen joined the UF Department of Urology Faculty in May, 2013. …

UF Urology Represented at the SESAUA!

83rd Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Section of the AUA March 13 – 16, 2019Arizona Biltmore, A Waldorf Astoria ResortPhoenix, AZ Drs. Rabley, Kuo, Han and Moy Dr. Jenny Kuo Dr. Andrew Rabley Dr. Paul Dominguez Dr. Andrew Rabley Dr. Jonathan Pavlinec Dr. Scott Sellinger Dr. Andrew…

Multidisciplinary Urologic Oncology Clinic

The treatment options for all genitourinary cancers are expanding and many patients can be offered several approaches to treat their cancer. Additionally, patients will often require more than one treatment approach including surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy to achieve the best outcome.  Treatment plans that include more…

US NEW AND WORLD REPORT BEST HOSPITALS BADGE. IT IS A GOLD SHIELD WITH THE WORDS BEST HOSPITALS WRITTEN IN BLACK AT THE TOP. A BLUE BANNER WITH THE WORDS US NEWS AND WORLD REPORT IN WHITE. BELOW THE BLUE BANNER ARE THE WORDS NATIONAL WITH UROLOGY ON THE NEXT LINE. THE DATE 2020 - 21 IS AT THE BOTTOM IN WHITE.

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