Greater Boston Urology, an integrated urology practice, is offering free PSA blood tests at its Dedham Care Center on Wednesday, August 8, 2018, from 4-7pm in cooperation with ZERO – The End of Prostate Cancer. ZERO is a national nonprofit dedicated to ending prostate cancer.
Greater Boston Urology, an integrated urology practice, recently announced that it is now offering SpaceOAR, an effective system for men who choose radiation therapy to treat their prostate cancer.
Greater Boston Urology, an integrated urology practice, recently announced that it will be the local presenting sponsor at this year’s annual walk to end bladder cancer. “BCAN Presents the Greater Boston Urology Walk to End Bladder Cancer” will be held on May 5, 2018 at The Riverway, 440 Park Drive, in Boston. Check-in opens for the 1.4-mile walk at 8:00 a.m. and the program begins at 9:00 a.m.
Greater Boston Urology recently announced that Michael A. Geffin, M.D., a regionally recognized urologic surgeon, has been named Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for the integrated urology practice.
Healthcare research company Castle Connolly Medical Ltd has released its annual “Top Doctors” list, and four Greater Boston Urology physicians are being recognized: Dr. Bleiler, Dr. Curran, Dr. Donovan, and Dr. Gillard.
Greater Boston Urology is pleased to announce that Congressman Joe Kennedy III will be leading the ribbon-cutting ceremony at its new Women’s Health Center at 910 Washington Street in Dedham. The ceremony will be taking place on Tuesday, October 31, 2017, at 10:30 AM.
Our very own Dr. Liu will be presenting a BPH Seminar at the Framingham YMCA on 9/27. It’s FREE. Register here: http://info.mwmc.com/MWMC-BPH-Event.html
(DEDHAM, MA) – Greater Boston Urology recently announced the official opening of its Women’s Health Center at 910 Washington Street in Dedham, Massachusetts. Dr. Angel Marie Johnson, a urogynecologist who completed her training at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School, will be heading up the Center.
(Dedham, MA) – Earlier this month, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) released its prostate cancer screening draft recommendations for public comment. These latest recommendations show a shift in thinking.