Too often, patients and their doctors miss the early signs of testicular cancer, delaying the right diagnosis. Caught early, testicular cancer is one of the most curable forms of cancer.
Urinary & Kidney Health
Find tips for daily living with kidney, bladder, prostate and urethral conditions and learn about treatment breakthroughs, including minimally invasive and scarless options for kidney surgery, from our Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute.
Regular testicular self-examinations (TSE) are key to early detection of testicular cancer. Cleveland Clinic pediatric urologist Audrey Rhee, MD, has advice for parents on talking to their sons about the importance of TSEs.
If you’re an African-American or Hispanic man, you face a higher risk of diseases — from prostate cancer to heart disease to Alzheimer’s — than others. Don’t take your health for granted.
Do you have type 1 diebetes that isn’t well controlled with insulin and dietary changes? A pancreas transplant may be an option. Transplant surgeon John Rabets, MD, explains who would be a candidate and what a transplant offers.
March 26 is Diabetes Alert Day. Endocrinologist Marwan Hamaty, MD, MBA, reveals the most common questions he hears from patients about controlling diabetes and blood sugar, taking insulin and avoiding dialysis.
How has a washing machine been used as a dialysis machine? On World Kidney Day, learn what has helped researchers find effective treatments for chronic kidney disease.
When it comes to prostate cancer surgery, the experience and skill of the surgeon may have a bigger impact on the outcome than how the surgery was performed.
It seems appropriate that Valentine’s Day – the day to celebrate love and affection – is also National Donor Day. Find out what you can do to help others.
If you’re thinking of becoming a kidney donor, you should know that new rules should make it safer. An expert offers his interpretation of the changes.
What do a new and improved artificial heart, a “bionic” knee and a magnetic tool for detecting cancer have in common? They’re all in the works — and they’re all poised to reshape treatment.