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  • Cancer Program

    Designed to supplement the medical treatment of cancer patients by giving them tools to cope with the stress of their illness, make informed choices about treatment, and maintain hope.

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  • Cancer Imaging & Intervention

    The Cancer Imaging & Intervention Program at Massachusetts General Hospital Imaging combines leading-edge technology and the expertise of specialty-trained radiologists to provide comprehensive cancer detection and monitoring, plus image-guided treatments for specific types of cancer.

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  • Urologic Cancer Programs

    Physicians in the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Urology's Bladder, Kidney, Penile, Prostate and Testicular Cancer Program specialize in using advanced surgical therapies and minimally invasive procedures to treat male and female genitourinary cancers.

    Appointments for new patients 857-238-3838

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  • Prostate Health Program

    Managing care for a high volume of patients every year, clinicians in the Prostate Health Program at the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Urology provide sophisticated detection, diagnosis and treatment of prostate disease, including prostate cancer and enlarged prostate (also known as BPH), and other related urinary problems.

    Appointments for New Patients 857-238-3838

  • Reconstructive Urology Service

    The Reconstructive Urology Service at Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Urology is staffed by skilled and experienced surgeons who perform total and partial reconstructions of the urinary tract.

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  • Prostate Health: Increasing Education and Awareness - 9/18/2017, Mass General

    The MGH Department of Urology is working to increase awareness of the second leading cause of cancer death in men and other prostate related health concerns. Michael Blute answers questions about what men can do to protect themselves and their loved ones.

  • Multiparametric MRI/Ultrasound Fusion Biopsy and Prostate Cancer - 3/21/2017, Mass General

    Active surveillance (AS) has become an accepted way to manage prostate cancer in men at lower risk. • Multiparametric MRI can be used in conjunction with the standard transrectal ultrasound (TRUS)-guided biopsy to improve detection of clinically significant cancers.

  • Prostate Health Month - 9/14/2012, Mass General

    September is Prostate Health Month. MGH urologists discuss the prostate, its impact on men’s health and offer advice on PSA screenings.

  • Advanced MRI pinpoints prostate tumors - 7/22/2011, Clinical

    To provide doctors with the most accurate information, Massachusetts General Hospital Imaging is now providing advanced prostate MRI exams.

  • MGH and CBS care - 2/4/2011, Mass General

    MGH Hotline 02.04.11 To promote awareness about the disease and the importance of self-exams, the MGH and CBS Cares are collaborating on a fun, informative public service announcement (PSA).

  • New drug could significantly improve patient quality of life: - 9/22/2009, Research

    Matthew Smith, MD, PhD, of the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center, led a study on a new targeted therapy to stop bone loss, increase bone density and prevent spinal fractures in men receiving androgen-deprivation therapy for prostate cancer.

Patient Education

  • Maxwell V. Blum Cancer Resource Center

    The Maxwell V. Blum Cancer Resource Center is a program that offers a range of support resources around the Cancer Center. The center has an ongoing mission to make support services, as well as respite and community-building areas, more accessible to patients and families throughout the Cancer Center.

  • The PACT Program

    The Marjorie E. Korff PACT program at the Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center provides psycho-educational support for parents who are patients.