A Sizable Success: UroPartners Balances Operation of Large Practice with Provision of Singular CareJune 9th 2014
One of the ongoing debates in US politics involves the pros and cons of big government versus small government: Does big automatically equal bureaucracy and groupthink while small inherently fosters individual creativity and enterprise?
New NCCN Prostate Cancer Screening Guidelines Aim for Middle GroundMay 15th 2014
New prostate cancer screening guidelines that seek to balance overtreatment concerns with the need to preserve gains in curbing prostate cancer mortality were unveiled at the National Comprehensive Cancer Network's 19th Annual Conference.
Immediate Surgery Improves Outcomes in Localized Prostate CancerMay 13th 2014
A recent study that followed men newly diagnosed with localized prostate cancer for a median 18 years found that immediate radical prostatectomy significantly cut death rates as compared with watchful waiting with treatment upon progression, especially in men with intermediate-risk disease.
Studies Challenge Common Treatment Strategies in Prostate CancerMay 8th 2014
Two recent studies have raised questions about current trends in prostate cancer (PC) treatment, one supporting the employment of a little-used strategy-direct treatment of the primary tumor in men who have metastatic PC at diagnosis
Vitamin E, Selenium Can Greatly Increase Prostate Cancer RiskMay 6th 2014
Despite being quite popular, the dietary supplements vitamin E and selenium do not protect men from developing prostate cancer, and in fact greatly increase risk in certain patients if taken at doses higher than those recommended