Seven Florida high school students with accomplished science résumés visited Seattle recently to learn from researchers at UW Medicine and the University of Washington.
Ultrasound can be used to move, reposition or break up kidney stones, all while the patient is awake, a new study finds.
Removal of the secondary stones reduced patients' relapse rate by 82%, urology researchers found.
Testicular cancer affects young and middle-aged men more than other age groups, with
After her stepson’s death at age 20, Nancy Balin urges men not to shy away from reporting symptoms of testicular cancer.
The old recommendation of beginning screening at age 55 doesn't catch the early cancers, a new study notes.
Three clinical trials might lead to new treatments for women, especially in low-resource and rural locations.
Urinary tract infections, or UTIs, are common in women. Although uncomfortable, they don’t often lead to serious complications.
With photodynamic light and a special solution, non-muscle-invasive cancer cells turn pink.
Lupe Thompson is always on the go, attending most sports events in her tight-knit community in Ketchikan, Alaska. But incontinence was getting in the way; instead of focusing on the game, Thompson had to orient herself to the closest bathroom.