Greater Boston Urology Blog

Bladder Health Awareness Month 2020

November is Bladder Health Awareness Month. So let's talk about our bladders! How big is a bladder anyway? How much urine can a bladder hold? Why is our pee...

MRI-Compatible Sacral Neuromodulation Now Available for...

In the past, certain patients with overactive bladder (OAB) syndrome and fecal incontinence (FI) couldn't receive sacral neuromodulation because of their need...

November is National Bladder Health Awareness Month

November is National Bladder Health Awareness Month. In an effort to give people as much information as possible on issues related to bladder health, we're...

Bladder Health Q&A with Dr. Fitzgerald

We've written a lot about bladder issues, including overactive bladder in women, stress urinary incontinence, and bladder cancer. 

How is Bladder Cancer Diagnosed and Treated?

In his own words, Dr. James M. Fitzgerald discusses how bladder cancer is diagnosed and treated. You can also watch the video—he discusses everything at the...

May is Bladder Cancer Awareness Month

In order to recognize Bladder Cancer Awareness Month this May, The Bladder Cancer Advocacy Network (BCAN) will hold a series of Walks throughout the month to...

BCAN Presents the Greater Boston Urology Walk to End...

Did you know that bladder cancer is the 6th most commonly diagnosed cancer in the United States? This year, over 81,000 people in the US are expected to be...

November is Bladder Health Month

In honor of Bladder Health Month, we asked Dr. Angel Marie Johnson, the director of our Women's Health Center in Dedham, to provide some insights regarding...

Uncovering More about Bladder Cancer Risk

When considering the many negative effects of smoking, lung cancer is often thought of first, as a deadly consequence. What many people don’t realize is that...