UA in the Community


Urology Austin Physician Is Shaving His Head To Fight Childhood Cancer

by |   April 1st, 2016

Every three minutes a child loses his life to childhood cancer.  The St. Baldrick’s Foundation began as a head-shaving event where friends and family to make donations “on their head” and in return, they attend one of thousands of volunteer-organized events around the world where they have their heads shaved in solidarity with kids fighting cancer. Since 2000 more
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Urology Austin’s 5th Annual ZERO Prostate Cancer 5K Run

by |   September 21st, 2015

Urology Austin is proud to present the ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk in Austin for the 5th year.  ZERO hold prostate cancer runs in more than 40 cities across the United States to raise awareness and money, and to provide support to prostate cancer patients, survivors and their loved ones. We hope you will come out
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It’s All About Keeping Central Texas Men Healthy This June

by |   June 4th, 2014

June is Men’s Health Month in Central Texas Three years ago, Urology Austin approached the City of Austin to declare June as Men’s Health Month and a formal proclamation was established (read more about it in a previous blog). And again this June, we are continuing our commitment to keeping the men of Central Texas
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2013 Zero Prostate Cancer Run

by |   October 26th, 2013

Please join Urology Austin for our 3rd annual 5K benefiting Zero The End of Prostate Cancer (www.zerocancer.org). Our race will be held on Saturday, October 26th at Camp Mabry. Click here to register: www.zeroprostatecancerrun.org/Austin. If you would like to participate, volunteer, or if you have any questions please contact our Race Director, Diane Baker, at
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2012 Dash for Dad

by |   September 25th, 2013

We owe a huge debt of gratitude to all of our runners, vendors and volunteers who helped make our 2nd Annual Dash for Dad 5K a big success. We had more than 750 people out at Camp Mabry on race day and we raised nearly $60,000 for our beneficiary, Zero The End of Prostate Cancer
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