Treating Urologic Sarcoma

Dr. Scherr works with an integrated, multidisciplinary medical team to determine individualized treatments. With the combined expertise of medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, pathologists, nutritionists, psychiatrists, among others, we provide better outcomes.

Every Monday afternoon, Dr. Scherr participates in a multidisciplinary medical conference that presents each of his patients to a large group of urologists, medical oncologists, pathologists, radiologists and basic scientists.  Each case is discussed and a coherent treatment plan is formulated with multidisciplinary therapeutics at the heart of each treatment decision.

Our Approach

Dr. Scherr and the Department of Urology at Weill Cornell in New York City employs a uniquely hands-on approach to oncological care. We combine technological innovation with holistic healing practices to ensure less invasive procedures, minimized recovery times and better outcomes.

About Urologic Sarcoma

Sarcomas of the retroperitoneum are a rare but treatable condition. These tumors can arise from any organ including the urethra, bladder, prostate, ureter, kidney or soft tissue.

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Urologic Sarcoma Treatment

Dr. Scherr has vast experience with surgical procedures for retroperitoneal sarcomas. Our practice typically employs a combination of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery.

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