Its Snip City time and you can perfectly time your vasectomy to enjoy March Madness. You won’t hear any nagging about how much basketball you watch this year because we will provide you with a doctor’s note stating March Madness on the sofa is key to your recovery.More
New Clinic Provides Collaborative, Interdisciplinary Care for Cancer
When you or a loved one receives a cancer diagnosis, it is overwhelming. Knowing that you have a team of doctors that are partnering and collaborating on your behalf provides incredible reassurance.
This is exactly what Urology of Central Pennsylvania (UCPA) and AndrewsPatel Hematology/Oncology focused on when creating the new, exclusive Genitourinary Interdisciplinary Clinic. This clinic is the first of its kind in central Pennsylvania.More
The Bladder Cancer Discussion Group is designed to discuss your questions and concerns and to help provide valuable information about products and services that are important to you.
Whether newly diagnosed, a cancer-fighter, a survivor or a family member – all are welcome!More
Prostate Cancer Support Group Holiday Party
December 7, 2017
6 – 8 p.m.
Urology of Central PA offices
100 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 100
Camp Hill, PA 17011
Come and socialize with others who have been impacted by prostate cancer. Whether newly diagnosed or a long-term survivor, this event is open to you.
The event is formatted to be a social event with a Pot Luck style. Please bring a favorite dish to share!
To attend, please RSVP to 717-724-0380.More
An enlarged prostate is a common condition facing men as they age. In fact, 70% of men in their 60s show symptoms of Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), a benign condition unrelated to prostate cancer that can greatly affect a man’s quality of life.More
Mustache lovers, unite! Join us on Friday, December 1 from 7pm to 10pm for the 3rd annual Stache Bash, proceeds to benefit The Movember Foundation and Team Movember Harrisburg (https://moteam.co/
Diagnosed with Prostate, Bladder or Urologic Cancer? A Cancer Survivor Mentor can Help!
If you have been recently diagnosed with prostate, bladder or urologic cancer or have been told you need a biopsy, there is a way to have your personal questions answered.
Many times hearing from a person who has experienced what we are facing is reassuring and helpful. Cancer survivors have an insider’s perspective on facing the disease – and beating it.
UCPA has a group of volunteers who desire to help others facing prostate, bladder or urologic cancer. They’re called Cancer Survivor Mentors and they’re available to speak with you and your family.More