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Society of Urologic Oncology

SUO 2014 Winter Meeting
Dec. 3 – 5, 2014
Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center
Bethesda, Maryland
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Urologic Oncology: Seminars and Original Investigations is the official journal of the Society of Urologic Oncology, delivering timely clinical research and up-to-date comprehensive reviews of critical scientific relevance. Each issue comprises original articles and reviews including an in-depth Seminar examining a specific clinical dilemma. All articles are of significant interest to all clinicians involved in the practice of urologic oncology including urologists, oncologists, and radiologists.

Defining Excellence in Urologic Oncology

The Society of Urologic Oncology (SUO) was created in 1984 to enable qualified members primarily interested in the care of patients with malignant genitourinary diseases to meet for the purpose of discussion, development, and implementation of ideas to improve care. The Society and its bylaws conform to the guidelines and bylaws of the American Urological Association (AUA).

The purpose of the SUO is to develop educational and research initiatives and to study issues in urologic oncology and provide physician statements that represent a state of the art assessment of these issues to other organizations.

The Society also provides a forum for identifying the urologic oncologist as a physician with specific expertise in the study and treatment of genitourinary malignancies. In recognition of the multidisciplinary efforts involved in the study and treatment of genitourinary malignancies, the Society seeks to incorporate multiple disciplines in achieving these goals. The Society supports the activities of multiple disciplines in the common objectives of seeking an increased understanding and successful treatment of genitourinary malignancies.

The SUO seeks to improve the care of patients with malignant urologic disease and to provide a forum for the discussion of problems relating to malignant urologic disease. Our objectives include: 1) Stimulating research in and the teaching of urologic oncology, 2) Disseminating the principles of urologic oncology to the medical profession at large, 3) Bringing urologists into a Society whose work is entirely, or principally with malignant disease, 4) Being identified as the most qualified organization on matters relating to urologic oncology, and 5) Standardize fellowship training in urologic oncology.