Earlier this month, we talked with Dr. Angel Marie Johnson, the director of our Women’s Health Center in Dedham, about overactive bladder in women. Today, Dr. Johnson addresses another common condition that plagues women: stress urinary incontinence.

We recently sat down with Dr. Angel Marie Johnson, the director of our Women’s Health Center in Dedham, to discuss overactive bladder. Dr. Johnson is passionate about empowering women to seek help when they experience symptoms.

On Wednesday, August 8, 2018, from 4-7pm, Greater Boston Urology is offering free PSA blood tests at its Dedham Care Center in cooperation with ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer.

We’ve written many articles geared towards men dealing with ED. But what if your partner is dealing with ED? Here are some helpful tips:

In honor of Men’s Health Month, we’re rounding up some of our best resources on various urology topics, including prostate cancer and erectile dysfunction.

On May 8, 2018, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force made its final recommendation regarding PSA-based screening for prostate cancer: “The Task Force recommends men ages 55 to 69 make an individual decision about prostate cancer screening with their clinician. The Task Force recommends against routine screening for men age 70 and older.” Greater Boston…

Greater Boston Urology is now offering SpaceOAR, an effective system for men who choose radiation therapy to treat their prostate cancer.

Dr. James M. Fitzgerald, M.D.

In his own words, Dr. James M. Fitzgerald discusses how bladder cancer is diagnosed and treated. You can also watch the video—he discusses everything at the 1:25 mark. (We’ve lightly edited the transcript for readability.)

In order to recognize Bladder Cancer Awareness Month this May, The Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network (BCAN) will hold a series of Walks throughout the month to “shine a light” on one of the country’s silent illnesses – bladder cancer.

Dr. Michael Geffin, M.D.

In his own words, Dr. Michael A. Geffin discusses UroNav fusion biopsy for prostate cancer. You can also watch the video below—he discusses everything at the 1:30 mark.