Monthly Archives: May 2014

Should Men get PSA Screening for Prostate Cancer?

“Let’s look at how far we’ve come with prostate cancer since the era of PSA screening. Right now, since the last 20 years, we have reduced the death rate from prostate cancer by 42%. Twenty years ago, the 10-year survival … Continue reading

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Dr. Kapoor Discusses the Inclusion of Radium-223 in AUA Guidelines for CRPC

At the American Urological Association’s Annual meeting, Dr. Deepak A. Kapoor discusses the inclusion of radium-223 in the AUA guideline for castration resistant prostate cancer (CRPC). Click here to see the video.

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Dr. Michael A. Levine interviewed on “Project Independence and You” Radio Show

Dr. Michael A. Levine, AUCNY-Lake Success was interviewed by Evelyn Roth on the Town of Hempstead’s “Project Independence and You” radio show on WCWP – 88.1FM. They spoke about the changing nature of medical practices and urological issues. Tune in!

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Elsevier and the American Urological Association Launch New Journal: Urology Practice

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 on the link, http://on.wsj.com/1nZB5Ya or download the PDF.

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AUCNY Urologists Selected to Participate in National Health Committees

Drs. Elliot Paul, Thomas Rechtschaffen and Marc Schumer of AUCNY have been selected to work on various committees of the American Urological Association (AUA). To read more, click on the link, http://bit.ly/1mZ07cv or download the PDF.

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