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At Vanderbilt, you will have the benefit of a team of fellowship-trained surgeons with expertise in urologic cancers. These doctors work together with other specialists: experts in medical oncology (to treat cancer with drugs), radiation oncology (treating cancer with radiation), imaging (getting pictures of the inside of the body), diagnostics, pathology (finding the cause of disease) and other fields. This means you will have treatment tailored to your specific needs that includes the best and newest strategies for treating cancers of the genital and urinary system.
We offer care for all types of urologic cancers including:
Our experience is unmatched in the region; we see more cases of many urologic cancers than most other medical centers in country. Patients and referring physicians rely on us from across the United States and even other parts of the world to provide the very best in treatment.
We work closely with Vanderbilt-Ingram Cancer Center, one of a select group of National Cancer Institute-designated Comprehensive Cancer Centers. Vanderbilt-Ingram is ranked among the top cancer centers in the country by U.S.News & World Report. Only a handful of centers in the Southeast have earned designation from the NCI, the world's foremost authority on cancer. Vanderbilt-Ingram is the only one in Tennessee that cares for adult patients with cancer as well as children.