An NCI-designated Comprehensive Cancer Center

Clayton S. Lau, M.D.

Surgeon; Pauline & Martin Collins Family Chair in Urology
Research Focus
  • Improving laparoscopic and robotically-assisted procedures for genitourinary cancers
  • Improving quality of life for urologic cancer patients
  • Minimally Invasive Surgery for recurrent or locally advanced disease
Appointments
Chief, Division of Urology and Urologic Oncology; Director, Urologic Oncology and Robotic Surgery Fellowship; Director, Prostate Cancer Program; Head, Retroperitoneal Surgery; Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Surgery
Contact
Arcadia Patients: 626-218-9840
Referring Physicians/Colleagues: 626-218-4206
Email: [email protected]
Other Languages Spoken
  • Cantonese
  • Spanish

Clinical Teams

At City of Hope since 2006, Clayton S. Lau, M.D., specializes in minimally invasive approaches to urologic oncology and reconstructive urology. He has performed over 3,500 robotic and laparoscopic procedures. He has also trained numerous surgeons in robotic surgery throughout the U.S.

Dr. Lau is known for the close, professional relationship he establishes with his patients. He goes the extra mile to make sure they know everything they need to know about their urologic malignancy treatment options – and that includes getting a second opinion.

“Second opinions are very important for any patient who has been diagnosed with cancer,” he says. “I see about 20 to 30 second-opinion patients per month.”

Locations

City of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Center, 1500 East Duarte Road

Duarte, CA 91010

City of Hope Arcadia, 301 W. Huntington Drive, Suite 400

Arcadia, CA 91007

Information listed here is obtained from Pubmed, a public database; City of Hope is not responsible for its accuracy.

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