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Although patients with prostate cancer endorse multiple sources of information, they report greatest satisfaction with information from the treating physician about patient outcomes, according to research to be published in the May issue of The Journal of Urology .
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A blood test alone is not enough to diagnose low testosterone levels in men, and it should be used in tandem with a physical exam, a panel of experts says.
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Ottawa urologist, Dr. Anthony Bella, at Ottawa Civic Hospital March 5, 2014. He says there has been an explosion of clinics in the U.S. "that are basically testosterone mills."
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While the number of men in the United States diagnosed with low testosterone has increased considerably over the last decade, a team of experts, led by Dr. Darius A. Paduch from NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, has found that relying on a blood test alone is an insufficient method of diagnosing the condition.
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Discussion of prostate-specific antigen screening should focus on current guidelines and emphasize shared decision making, according to an article published Feb. 11 in the Urology Times .
When it comes to prostate cancer, aggressive surgery saves lives and leads to a better quality of life, according to a new study that could inflame the debate over how best to treat the disease -- and in some cases, whether to treat it at all.
WEDNESDAY March 5, 2014, 2014 -- Surgery may trump a "watch-and-wait" approach when it comes to treating prostate cancer, especially in younger patients, according to a new study.
Hunterdon Healthcare is pleased to announce that the urology practice of Allen Kern, M.D. is now part of Hunterdon Healthcare Practices, the physician offices operated by Hunterdon Healthcare.
An observational study from UCLA 's Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center has found that prostate cancer patients who undergo robotic-assisted prostate surgery have fewer instances of cancer cells at the edge of their surgical specimen and less need for additional cancer treatments like hormone or radiation therapy than patients who have traditional ... (more)
Researchers have discovered a link between prostate cancer aggressiveness and the accumulation of a compound produced when cholesterol is metabolized in cells, findings that could bring new diagnostic and treatment methods.