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Genitourinary Cancer

Expert care for urinary and male genital cancers

A smiling middle-aged African-American man represents the full life that can be led after treatment for genitourinary cancer.

Expert care for urinary and male genital cancers

Genitourinary cancer is cancer that affects parts of the genitourinary tract, which includes the urinary system and the male reproductive organs. (Cancer that affects the female reproductive organs is known as gynecologic cancer.)

Scripps MD Anderson Cancer Center oncologists treat all types of genitourinary cancer with personalized treatment plans based on each patient’s cancer type, the stage of the cancer and how far it may have spread, and the patient’s medical history and overall health. Learn more about the various types of genitourinary cancer below.