Did you hear Sid Rosenberg of WABC radio’s “Sid & Bernie” show talk about AUCNY? If not, tune in to listen.
Dr. David Crawford invited Dr. Deepak Kapoor to discuss the origins and background of the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF). This presentation is especially timely and important with the USPSTF’s recommendation against prostate-specific antigen (PSA)-based screening for prostate cancer. Listen here.
Carl Olsson, MD, compared the efficacy of LHRH agonists with antagonists, which are commonly used to treat patients with prostate cancer. Tune in here.
Dr. Eric Mitchnick talked about the advances in prostate cancer early detection and treatment with News 12 at the Blue Ribbon Run for prostate cancer at Syosset Woodbury Community Park. To hear the interview, click here.
Eric Mitchnick, MD, FACS told FIOS1News that prostate cancer is easily treated when caught in the early stages. To hear the interview at the Blue Ribbon Run for prostate cancer, click here.
Dr. Deepak A. Kapoor talks about who needs to be screened for prostate cancer, how often and why. Unfortunately, since there are no symptoms for this disease, it cannot be found without looking for it. Early detection saves lives. Click here to learn the facts.
The doctors of Advanced Urology Centers of New York and Advanced Radiation Centers of New York, divisions of Integrated Medical Professionals, PLLC discuss urological issues and the benefits of an integrated medical approach. Moderated by Dr. Deepak A. Kapoor, MD, the panel of doctors (Drs. Carlton Barnswell, MD, Nicole Fleischmann, MD, Alfred Kohan, MD, Joseph Jamal, MD, Seth Lerner, MD and Shawn Zimberg, MD), had a candid discussion about several urology issues, including a dialog about fighting several cancers with radiation treatment. This is a conversation you don’t want to miss. Click here to join the discussion.
AUCNY joined forces with Henry Schein, IMF and LUGPA to create awareness about the importance of early detection in fighting prostate cancer. When prostate cancer is caught early, the 10 year relative survival rate is 98%. To get the facts, click here. Early detection saves lives!
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