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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
AUA Announces New Guideline on Surgical Management of Stones
New document provides guidance for ureteral, renal calculus
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®
May
17
2011
NEW TREATMENTS PRESENT INNOVATIVE APPROACHES TO PAINFUL BLADDER, CHRONIC PELVIC PAIN SYNDROMES AND INTERSTITIAL CYSTITIS
Drugs, devices show promise in providing relief for patients with debilitating bladder pain disorders
May
17
2011
HOSPITAL DISCHARGES INDICATE MORE MEN MAY REQUIRE SURGERY FOR BPH
Rising numbers of acute renal failure cases in BPH patients suggests more need full workup, possible intervention
May
17
2011
HPV, VIRUS THAT CAUSES CERVICAL CANCER, FOUND PREVALENT IN MALES IN STUDY THAT SUGGESTS VACCINATIONS FOR BOYS AS WELL AS GIRLS
High-risk human papillomavirus (HPV) found in 10 percent of men and boys in study
May
16
2011
PROSTATE CANCER: TO TREAT, NOT TO TREAT AND WHEN TO TREAT?
Panel to Address Key Questions about Low-Risk Prostate Tumor Management
May
16
2011
NEW DATA PROVIDE INSIGHT INTO PEDIATRIC UROLOGY CONDITIONS, TREATMENT
Research brings new approaches to pediatric nephrolithiasis, enuresis and ureteropelvic junction obstruction management
May
16
2011
EXTENDED SAMPLING BIOPSIES, MRI SHOW PROMISE IN MANAGING LOW-RISK PROSTATE CANCER
Methods May Alleviate Uncertainties in Cases of Active Surveillance, “Watchful Waiting”
May
15
2011
GAY MEN MORE VULNERABLE TO QUALITY OF LIFE IMPACTS FOLLOWING PROSTATE CANCER
Survey data on health-related quality of life reveal lower than average scores for gay men who have had prostate cancer
May
15
2011
AGENT ORANGE LINKED TO RENAL CANCER
Severity of renal cancer in patients exposed to Vietnam-era chemical is examined
May
15
2011
RESEARCHERS STUDY OPTIONS IN TREATING KIDNEY CANCER
Panel to address active surveillance, nephron-sparing vs. radical nephrectomy
May
14
2011
AUA ANNOUNCES 2011 ANNUAL AWARD WINNERS
Awards Recognize Top Urologists, Honor Service to Specialty and Society
Jan
19
2011
Jan
18
2011
AUA ANNOUNCES 2011 ANNUAL AWARD WINNERS
Awards Recognize Top Urologists, Honor Service to Specialty and Society
Jun
02
2010
AUA RECOGNIZES TOP UROLOGISTS, CONTRIBUTORS TO UROLOGY
Annual Awards Honor Service to Specialty and Society
Jun
01
2010
ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE A VIABLE OPTION FOR MEN WITH PROSTATE CANCER
Studies examine effectiveness of watchful waiting, assess when intervention should be recommended
Jun
01
2010
FREE CIRCULATING DNA MIGHT AID PROSTATE CANCER DIAGNOSIS
Serum free circulating DNA may be a new biomarker for prostate cancer diagnosis
Jun
01
2010
PCA3, A URINE TEST FOR PROSTATE CANCER, SHOWS INCREASED SPECIFICITY COMPARED TO PROSTATE-SPECIFIC ANTIGEN TEST
New molecular marker shows promising results in detecting prostate cancer
Jun
01
2010
POPULATION-BASED SCREENING EFFORTS FOR PROSTATE CANCER SAVE LIVES
Two new studies show that large-scale prostate cancer screening can save lives
May
31
2010
MALE PATTERN BALDNESS MAY BE RELATED TO PROSTATE ENLARGEMENT
New data suggests that younger men could benefit from preventive treatment for BPH, LUTS
May
31
2010
NEW BPH AND BLADDER CANCER TREATMENT DELIVERY MECHANISMS SUCCESSFUL
Two new treatment delivery methods improved post-treatment outcomes for bladder cancer patients and improved symptoms of LUTS patients
May
31
2010
SMOKING, LACK OF EXERCISE IMPACTS SEXUAL AND URINARY FUNCTION
Studies show that smoking contributes to urinary urgency, frequency; exercise improves sexual function
May
31
2010
SURGICAL SMOKE PRODUCES TOXIC BYPRODUCTS THAT COULD HARM SURGEONS
Combined transurethral resection and vaporization of the prostate produces smoke harmful to eyes, skin and respiratory system
May
31
2010
LAPAROENDOSCOPIC SINGLE SITE (LESS) SURGERY A SAFE OPTION IN UROLOGIC SURGERY
Two studies confirm safety of single-port surgery in urology
May
31
2010
NEPHRON-SPARING SURGERY BEST OPTION FOR PATIENTS WITH COMMON RISK FACTORS FOR CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE
Data show patients with diabetes and hypertension benefit from kidney sparing approach
May
31
2010
COUNTERFEIT ED DRUGS POSE FATAL HEALTH RISKS
New research suggests buying ED drugs online or on private market can be deadly
May
30
2010
FREQUENT NIGHTTIME URINATION ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED MORTALITY RISK
Two studies show nocturia is associated with an increased risk for mortality
May
30
2010
EXPOSURE TO ARSENIC IN DRINKING WATER CAN CAUSE EARLY CANCER DEATH
Long-term study chronicles exposure effects over 25 years
May
30
2010
KETAMINE ABUSE IMPACTS BLADDER CAPACITY, PELVIC PAIN, VOIDING FREQUENCY AND URGENCY
New research sheds light on recreational drug’s impact on urologic health
May
30
2010
SEX STEROID HORMONES LINKED TO LOWER URINARY TRACT SYMPTOMS (LUTS)
Two studies link decreasing hormone levels with age-related urinary conditions
Feb
17
2010
Jan
04
2010
SUBMIT YOUR NOMINATION FOR THE EXCELLENCE IN UROLOGY HEALTH REPORTING AWARDS
American Urological Association opens call for nominations on coveted award
Apr
28
2009
DATA SHOW DUTASTERIDE REDUCES PROSTATE CANCER DIAGNOSIS IN MEN WITH INCREASED RISK
REDUCE Trial data to be presented during American Urological Association Annual Meeting, April 27
Apr
28
2009
PROSTATE CANCER IMMUNOTHERAPY SIGNIFICANTLY PROLONGS SURVIVAL IN MEN WITH ADVANCED PROSTATE CANCER
Phase 3 IMPACT Trial Results to be presented during late-breaking session at AUA Annual Scientific Meeting
Apr
27
2009
AUA COUNTERS MAINSTREAM RECOMMENDATIONS WITH NEW BEST PRACTICE STATEMENT ON PROSTATE-SPECIFIC ANTIGEN TESTING
New guidance stresses that PSA testing should be individualized, men should get baseline reading at age 40
Apr
26
2009
INCREASED MORTALITY ASSOCIATED WITH NOCTURIA
Patients, physicians should be vigilant about underlying causes of nighttime urination
Apr
26
2009
AUA GUIDELINE: FULL KIDNEY REMOVAL NOT NECESSARY FOR ALL KIDNEY TUMORS
Early-stage renal masses should be treated with nephron-sparing approaches when possible
Feb
02
2009
AUA ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC MEETING FEATURES MORE NEW RESEARCH THAN EVER BEFORE
More than 2,000 studies on the latest research will be presented to more than 10,000 urology professionals
May
21
2008
AUA 2008: ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE A VIABLE OPTION FOR LOW-RISK PROSTATE CANCER
Studies underscore strong need for reliable clinical predictors of disease progression
Jan
21
2008
AUA ANNOUNCES EXCELLENCE IN UROLOGY HEALTH REPORTING AWARD
Submissions accepted through February 29, 2008
May
21
2007
NEW PROSTATE CANCER CLINICAL GUIDELINES TO BE RELEASED
Special Session for Interested Media to be held Monday, May 21, 2007
May
20
2007
LITHOTRIPSY, HYPERTENSION AND DIABETES: IS THERE A LINK?
Special Session for Interested Media to be held Sunday, May 20, 2007
Jan
15
2007
AUA ANNOUNCES EXCELLENCE IN UROLOGY HEALTH REPORTING AWARD
Submissions accepted through February 16, 2007

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