As part of a groundbreaking clinical trial, Peter Ehmer received treatment for his diagnosis of stage III bladder cancer.
After his third surgery for polyps, Joe sought a second opinion and ultimately received a diagnosis of muscle invasive bladder cancer.
For patients with urothelial bladder cancer (UBC) there have been few treatment options, but a phase I trial at Yale Cancer Center and other international centers changed that.
Tammy was found to have cancer in her right kidney that was extending into the inferior vena cava, the largest vein in the body, and up into her heart. It was a very rare circumstance and would require extensive surgery to save her life.
Without his routine physicals, Fred doesn't think he'd be alive today. He now tells all of the guys he grew up with to get their blood work done and to keep track of their PSA.
Afraid of receiving bad news, Tom declined a PSA test, a decision he came to regret when he was later diagnosed with high-grade prostate cancer.
Matthew Fried was twenty-two years old when he was diagnosed with stage I testicular cancer.
Dr. Michael Leapman
Clinical Program Leader, Prostate & Urologic Cancers Program
Dr. Bruce McGibbon
Medical Director, Greenwich Hospital Radiation Oncology
Dr. Daniel Petrylak
Professor of Medicine (Medical Oncology) and Urology