Elizabeth Kessler MD is an Associate Professor of Medicine and Medical Oncology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine Anschutz Medial Campus.
Dr. Kessler is interested in translational and clinical research in genitourinary cancers as well as in research within supportive oncology. Her focus is on improving the are of older patients with GU cancers and the impact of treatment on functional outcomes. She is also interested in improvement of therapies for GU cancers with a focus on how treatment impacts metabolism and physical function.
Dr. Kessler is affiliated with the University of Colorado Hospital Cancer Center and treatments of Bladder, Prostate, Kidney, Testicular and Urologic Cancers.
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