Bladder Cancer

Bladder cancer begins most often in the cells that line the inside of the bladder. It typically affects older adults, although it can occur at any age.

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Kidney Cancer

The average American diagnosed with kidney cancer is 64-years-old. Kidney cancer is very uncommon in people younger than 45.

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Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is the most common cancer and our uro-oncologists use evidence-based comprehensive care for all stages of prostate cancer

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Uronav 3-D Image-Targeted Prostate Biopsy

Uro Nav: Advances in imaging and targeting have revolutionized the field of prostate cancer detection. This technology is available at the Urological Institute.

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Comprehensive Cancer Care

The Urological Institute of Northeastern New York is the region’s leader in providing comprehensive, state of the art care for patients who have been diagnosed with urologic cancers. Our multi-disciplinary urologic oncology team is the largest and most experienced group of specialists between Boston and Buffalo and New York. Our nationally recognized urologic oncologists bring a range of technological breakthroughs to the greater Capital Region including advanced diagnostics, genetic testing, sophisticated imaging and advanced robotic surgery for the management of:

While highly skilled in the use advanced technologies to treat the cancer, our specialists' main focus is to provide personalized care to the individual person with cancer. Our goal is not only to control the cancer, but to preserve and enhance the quality of life during and after treatment so that an individual can continue to enjoy the things that matter most to them.

Our Urologists are full-time faculty members of Albany Medical College. As such, they are responsible for the education in Urology of all medical students and of all future urologic specialists in the region. As educators and researchers, our specialists are paving the way for a bright and healthy future for our patients with urologic cancers.