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Latest Press Releases

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®
May
18
2015
Biomarkers to Improve Prostate Cancer Screening
New studies highlight various “smarter screening” techniques that better identify higher-grade cancers and minimize overall biopsy rates
May
18
2015
New Studies Call for Improved Assessment of Prostate Cancer Screening and Treatment Selection
Studies discuss the need to optimize screening approaches and to improve treatment selection for older adults
May
18
2015
New Studies Call for Smarter Approach to Prostate Cancer Screening
Revisited prostate specific antigen (PSA) screening methods may help minimize testing frequency and better identify high-risk patients
May
18
2015
Studies Demonstrate Risks, Benefits of Testosterone Therapy
Research highlights new information for men with hypogonadism
May
18
2015
Noted Urologist Calls Attention to Implications of Flawed Prostate Specific Antigen Data in SEER
Editorial in The Journal of Urology® Warns of Impact on Previous Research Results
May
17
2015
Sperm Banking Rates Increase with Counseling for Cancer Patients
New study examines the value of counseling on fertility preservation for newly-diagnosed men with cancer
May
17
2015
Studies Show Quitting Smoking Improves Outcomes in Urologic Disease
Former smokers fare better than current smokers after urologic surgery
May
17
2015
Impact of U.S. Preventive Services Task Force Guidelines Raise Concerns
New studies highlight the impact of 2012 USPSTF recommendations on prostate cancer screening rates by primary care physicians, disparities in screening rates for African American men
May
17
2015
Medical Residents Have Positive Impact on Patient and Surgeon Satisfaction
New study provides evidence for health system support for urology education
May
16
2015
Studies Raise Questions about Appropriate Urinary Tract Infection Management
New studies evaluate the presence of urinary tract infections (UTIs) and their impact on screening, diagnosis and treatment guidelines
May
16
2015
Assessment of Frailty Helps Doctors and Patients Plan Better for Surgery
Panel to discuss how assessments of frailty can predict post-surgery health
May
16
2015
Lack of Sexual Health Knowledge Among Young Males
National survey evaluates high-risk sexual behaviors in young males
May
15
2015
Beyond The Wrinkles: Botulinum Toxin A and Its Innovative Treatment for Bladder Disorders
Panel discusses management, safety and efficacy of botulinum toxin to treat overactive and neurogenic bladder
May
15
2015
The Power of “Clowning Around”
New study highlights role medical clowns play in reducing anxiety, pain and medical costs of children undergoing surgery
May
15
2015
Penile Fracture – Not a Wait-And-See Situation
Study suggests waiting several hours before treatment can result in impaired erectile function
May
12
2015
AUA Census Highlights State of Urology Workforce
Workforce, training and practice patterns among areas of interest
Mar
10
2015
American Urological Association Names New Chair of Global Initiatives
Leading USC Urologist Dr. Inderbir Gill selected to guide international activity
Feb
20
2015
American Urological Association Names New Chair of Research
Dr. Aria Olumi selected to lead next chapter of AUA Research Initiatives
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