Genitourinary Cancer Care Center

Lisa Garvey, Center Administrator, explains how we aim to exceed your expectations throughout the course of your care.

The Genitourinary Clinic diagnoses, treats, and manages benign and malignant tumors of the urinary system.

Common cancers treated include those of the adrenal gland, kidney, ureter, bladder and urethra in men and women, and cancers of the prostate, testicles and penis in men.

Call the GU Cancer Care Center at 716-845-3159.

We're located on the ground floor of the Main Hospital.

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Cancer Talk Blog

Plans to build a cancer hospital in Buffalo first came to light in 1901. It was supposed to be part of Buffalo General Hospital.
About 70 percent of men receive their diagnosis when the disease is in its early stages. In most of those cases, the cancer tends to grow slowly and will never cause symptoms or lead to death.

Hormone therapy causes side effects that can have a serious impact on the patient's quality of life, but men are often reluctant to talk about them or ask for help. A new education group aims to get the word out: "There is hope."

BCG for Bladder Cancer Tablet App

Patients with bladder cancer who are considering or undergoing BCG treatment can download a self-education tool that will help them to better understand their diagnosis and treatment options.