During the Yankees/Blue Jays game on September 20, 2012, Dr. Deepak A. Kapoor discussed the importance of prostate cancer screening with Ken Singleton. September is prostate cancer awareness month and a special time to raise awareness for this important issue.
During the September 19th Yankees game, John Sterling and Susan Waldman interviewed Dr. Deepak A. Kapoor on WCBS radio. Dr. Kapoor speaks about how a blood test and simple exam can save lives. With early detection, the 10 year survival rate is almost 99%!
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Deepak A. Kapoor, MD talks about the huge amount of data missing from the recent CMS payment data dump leading many to jump to incorrect conclusions. The information provided to the public by CMS was much too little and incomplete. Click here to read full article.
Dr. Carl A. Olsson has been selected to be the Editor of the new journal being launched by the American Urological Association (AUA) called Urology Practice. To read more, click here or download the PDF.
Over 1.8 million dollars has been donated to a prostate cancer research fund by generous taxpayers in the past 8 years. Unfortunately, the researchers have not received any of it. Dr. Deepak A. Kapoor addresses this issue. To read the article, please click here.
Integrated Medical Professionals’ doctors, Ann E. Anderson, MD and Michael M. Ziegelbaum, MD, FACS are attending a medical mission in Haiti to provide medical care and create sustainable solutions for the area. To read about the mission, click here.
Michael M. Ziegelbaum, MD, FACS, Board Certified Urologist at Advanced Urology Centers of New York (AUCNY), the largest independent provider of urology services in the United States, has been elected as an At-Large Member of the North Shore University Hospital (NSUH) Medical Staff Society. Please click here for the details.
Dr. Eric Hochberg of AUCNY-Glen Cove is working to save the in-patient beds at North Shore University –LIJ Hospital in Glen Cove. The closure would be a big loss for the community. Click here to read the Newsday article.