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Latest Press Releases

May
11
2016
American Urological Association Honors its 2016 Annual Award Winners
Awards Recognize Top Urologists, Honor Service to Specialty and Society
May
09
2016
Lifestyle – Modifiable Risk Factors in Urology
Panel discusses effects of various lifestyle factors on several urologic conditions
May
08
2016
Convective Heat System Preserves Sexual Function While Treating LUTS and BPH
“Thermal Therapy” has the potential to provide an effective alternative treatment option for patients
May
08
2016
Studies Demonstrate New Options to Help Prevent and Treat Nocturia
Research highlights preventive measures and a nasal spray treatment option for patients
May
08
2016
Studies Show Oral Testosterone Safe and Efficacious in Long-term Management of Hypogonadism
Research highlights safety and efficacy of novel treatment option for hypogonadism over 52-week period
May
07
2016
Phallic Reconstruction Shows Promise for Achieving Functional Sexual Organ
Procedure for Constructing a Penis Shows Benefit in Trans Men and Survivors of Penile Trauma
May
06
2016
Projected Climate Change and Rise in Obesity Levels Expected to Increase Burden of Stone Disease
Panel discusses emergency department follow-up care, changes in climate and the impact statins have on kidney stones
May
06
2016
Tele-Urology Improves Access and Quality of Care for Patients
Innovative and Cost-Efficient Technology is Changing How Urologists Care for People Remotely
Apr
08
2016
Urologists Delaying Retirement
Aging Americans and shrinking workforce potential factors to urologists pushing back their retirement
Apr
04
2016
AUA Names 2016 H. Logan Holtgrewe Legislative Fellow
Dr. Hans Arora selected for prestigious program
Feb
11
2016
American Urological Association Announces 2016 Annual Award Winners
Awards Recognize Top Urologists, Honor Service to Specialty and Society
Jan
06
2016
Less Prostate Cancer Screening May Delay Treatment for Earlier Onset Cancers
More Advanced Cancers Are Being Found in Fewer Needle Biopsies, Say Investigators in The Journal of Urology®
Jan
06
2016
Jan
05
2016
Female Urologists Still Earn Less Money Than Their Male Counterparts
Despite Gender Disparity in Compensation, Increasing Number of Women Entering the Field, According to New Study Published in The Journal of Urology®
Jan
04
2016
Prostate Cancer Surveillance Criteria May Not Be Accurate for African American Men
When to Stop Watchful Waiting and Begin Definitive Treatment of African American Patients Explored in The Journal of Urology®
Dec
17
2015
Mental Health Status Prior to Bladder Cancer Surgery Can Indicate Risk of Complications
Patient Self-Assessment Is Valuable, Say Investigators in The Journal of Urology®
Nov
23
2015
New Survey Examines How and to What Extent Americans Talk About Going to the Bathroom
November’s Bladder Health Month (#NovBHealth) Activities Aim to Raise Awareness and Reduce the Embarrassment of Bladder Issues
Sep
22
2015
More Men at Risk for Prostate Cancer as a Result of Less Regular Screening
Recommendation against Regular PSA Screening May Delay Diagnosis of Progressive Prostate Cancer, Say Investigators in The Journal of Urology®
Jul
29
2015
First Reports of Robotic Surgery for Advanced Vena Cava Tumor Thrombus Due to Kidney Cancer
Surgeons Describe Positive Outcomes in The Journal of Urology®
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