Urology Practice Management - February 2016, Vol 5, No 1
Would the first impression a patient has of your practice send a safety message? You see, first impressions do count! The way your office appears will hopefully send the message of a well-organized, efficient, safety-centered practice
A new study suggests that boosting the consumption of flavonoid-containing foods, such as blueberries, may help stave off erectile dysfunction
Increased levels of physical activity after a diagnosis of prostate cancer are associated with significantly better survival, according to the results of a new, large prospective cohort study.
The regular use of aspirin reduces the incidence of and risk for death from lethal prostate cancer, according to the results of a large observational study reported at the 2016 ASCO Genitourinary Cancers Symposium.
A liquid biopsy using phlebotomy blood samples can identify phenotypes and genomic characteristics of circulating tumor cells that may personalize treatment selection for men with advanced prostate cancer.
After the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) significantly increased physician fees for office-based minor cystoscopic procedures in 2005, there was a spike in this type of procedure.
The following trials represent a selection of key clinical trials that are currently recruiting patients with prostate cancer for inclusion in investigations of new therapies or new combinations of available therapies for patients with prostate cancer.
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