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New Information About Prostate Cancer June 13, 2017

Did you miss Deepak A. Kapoor, MD’s talk about prostate cancer on WBAB/WBLI radio’s “Plugged into Long Island” show with Al Levine on June 11th? Tune in now to hear the must know facts about prostate cancer.

Testosterone Therapy Offers Benefits and Risks June 7, 2017

If you need answers about testosterone therapy and want to learn about the associated benefits and risks, read Dr. Kapoor’s interview in the HealthLink section of Newsday. Click here to read the article.

Weighted Gleason Grade Group: A New Prostate Cancer Biopsy Reporting System with Prognostic Potential December 2, 2016

Drs. Carl A. Olsson and Deepak A. Kapoor teamed with colleagues from world renowned institutions to propose a new prostate cancer biopsy reporting system which has prognostic potential. To see the poster presented at the 2016 Society of Urologic Oncology (SUO) Annual meeting, click here.

Deepak A. Kapoor, MD Weighs In on MACRA November 16, 2016

Much has been written about the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA). Dr. Deepak Kapoor said his group has “stayed ahead of the curve and is actually waiting for the regulations to catch up. We [implemented] protocols and mandatory clinical pathways in 2008, and we audit thousands of charts each month,” he said. Click here to read the interview.

Brett C. Mellinger, MD, FACS Abstract Accepted at SMSNA November 8, 2016

The Sexual Medical Society of North America, Inc. (SMSNA) accepted Dr. Mellinger’s abstract on the complication and post-surgical infection rate in American Medical System’s inflatable penile prosthesis surgeries – a single surgeon study. The abstract was presented at the SMSNA Fall meeting in Scottsdale, AZ and can be seen by clicking here.

Blue Ribbon Run for Prostate Cancer Sponsor Helps Promote Life Saving Event November 8, 2016

Deepak A. Kapoor, MD, Past President of Integrated Medical Foundation (IMF), joined Town of Oyster Bay Councilwoman Rebecca Alesia, IMF Executive Director, Rhonda Samuel and Linda Ottaviano, Executive Director, Greater Long Island Runners Club for a photo promoting the November 2016 Blue Ribbon 5K Run/Walk for prostate cancer at the Syosset-Woodbury Community Park. Advanced Urology Centers of New York (AUCNY) and Advanced Radiation Centers of New York (ARC) are proud to be lead sponsors of this event. To learn about the event, click here.

UTI Myths, Cleared Up November 4, 2016

If urinary tract infections have ever sneaked up on you, and you are looking for treatment answers, you need to read this. Dr. Deepak A. Kapoor dispels myths and provides the “do’s and don’ts” in the December issue of Glamour magazine. Read it here.

Henry Schein Joins IMF and LUGPA to Raise Awareness of Prostate Cancer and the Importance of Early Detection August 24, 2016

In recognition of September as National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, several organizations joined forces to encourage medical practitioners to speak to their patients about the importance of prostate cancer screenings. “It is important to remember that prostate cancer is not just a men’s health issue, but one that affects anybody with a husband, father, grandfather, brother, son, or friend whose long-term health and wellness could depend upon early detection efforts,” said Dr. Deepak A. Kapoor, President, Advanced Urology Centers of New York. “The evidence is clearer than ever,” continued Dr. Kapoor, “that early detection saves lives.” Learn more here.

Radiation Treatment for Prostate Cancer February 5, 2016

Being diagnosed with prostate cancer often feels devastating to patients and their families. But when caught early, today’s advanced and innovative treatments make likelihood that you will make a full recovery better today than at any time in the past.

Read the facts you need to know about prostate cancer treatment from Drs. Deepak Kapoor and Shawn Zimberg in HealthNewsDigest.com.

Doctors Respond To Pressure to Improve Access February 2, 2016

Featured in Long Island Business News, Dr. Deepak Kapoor discussed a more consumer-focused healthcare. “It has to be easy for patients to communicate with the provider, on the patient’s terms,” says Dr. Kapoor. “If you put up roadblocks, they’re going to choose to do something else.” To read more, click here.

Seth Lerner, MD Performed Local Hospital’s First Robotic Surgery 10 Years Ago January 15, 2016

Seth Lerner, MD of AUCNY – White Plains Maple Avenue is Director of the Prostate Program at White Plains Hospital. He is recognized as a national leader in the field of robotic prostatectomy. He performed the Hospital’s first Robotic Prostatectomy 10 years ago. Read about it in the Armonk Daily Voice. http://bit.ly/1Ok9qz2

ASCO GU 2016 After the 2012 USPSTF Recommendation on Prostate Cancer Screening, Higher Gleason Grades and More Positive Cores January 12, 2016

On Urotoday.com, you can find the prostate cancer trend results presented by Drs. Deepak A. Kapoor, Carl A. Olsson and Ann E. Anderson at the ASCO GU conference. To read about the correlation between Gleason scores and more positive cores, click here.

Scarsdale Doctor Named 2016-17 Health Policy Scholar January 5, 2016

Dr. Thomas Rechtschaffen of Scarsdale was selected as the AUA 2016-2017 Gallagher Health Policy Scholar. “Dr. Rechtschaffen’s nomination is a testament to the efforts he has made over the last several years in participating in advocacy and volunteer activities” said Dr. Deepak Kapoor, President of Advanced Urology Centers of New York. “His appointment is an acknowledgement of the importance of independent urologists to the future of our country’s health policy.” Learn more by clicking here.

Trends in Histology of Newly Diagnosed Prostate Cancer Subsequent to USPSTF PSA Screening Recommendation January 5, 2016

WSJ.com quoted data from the study Dr. Deepak A. Kapoor co-authored with Drs. Carl A. Olsson and Ann E. Anderson on prostate cancer trends subsequent to USPSTF screening guidelines.

To read about the findings, click here.

To see the print edition of the story, click here.


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