Abramson Cancer Center urologic cancer clinicians and researchers have led the way for years in the diagnosis and treatment of urologic cancers.
Today there's more hope than ever for those who face urologic cancer. Our Penn experts have worked together for years to offer high-quality medical care that leads to faster recovery time, and the best chance of being cured.
By putting our experience to work, we offer the best possible treatment outcomes.
If you have been diagnosed with a urologic cancer or have a concern about a urologic cancer, you'll want the best team of experts.
At Penn's Urologic Cancer Program you'll find individuals nationally recognized for their expertise. They can provide the information, care and support to help each step of the way.
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A fifteen-year cancer survivor, Perry Rothaus feels that not enough attention is given to caregivers, and he credits his wife, Judi, with his survival. Judi researched his type of cancer, decided on the Abramson Cancer Center for his care, and and accompanied him on every hospital visit. Having someone to rely on for support during treatments was very important to Perry and since he retired from his family business, he has dedicated time to volunteering at the Abramson Cancer Center. A long time cancer survivor, Perry enjoys walking around the until talking with cancer patients, and seeing people's faces change as they hear his survival story. They know he was once in their place.
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