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New study finds vasectomy does not increase prostate cancer risk
Contrary to some earlier studies, a new study funded in part by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD) found that men who undergo vasectomies are no more likely to develop prostate cancer than are men who do not. (2002-06-18)

Prostate cancer hormonal therapy may increase sexual and physical problems
Men with early-stage prostate cancer who are treated with androgen deprivation therapy may experience more physical discomfort and be twice as likely to experience sexual impairment compared with men who receive no therapy, a new study suggests. The findings appear in the March 20 issue of the Journal of the National Cancer Institute (2002-03-19)

TDS - a new syndrome hitting men's reproductive health says Danish fertility expert
Danish fertility experts says doctors and scientists are almost certainly missing evidence of a new syndrome hitting men's reproductive health - Testicular Dysgenesis Syndrome (TDS) (2001-07-02)

Brachytherapy and early prostate cancer
The Genitourinary Cancer Disease Site Group of the Cancer Care Ontario Practice Guidelines Initiative has conducted a systematic overview of the literature to assess the role of brachytherapy in early prostate cancer. (2001-04-02)

Researchers stress importance of cardiologists, other physicians
It is important for physicians in general and cardiologists in particular to identify men with erectile dysfunction (ED) and, if necessary, encourage them to seek treatment, according to an editorial in the December issue of The American Journal of Cardiology (2000-11-27)

UT Southwestern study analyzes frequency of bladder obstruction in women
A number of incontinent women diagnosed with (2000-05-09)

Latest research findings on urologic disease to be presented at 2000 American Urological Association annual meeting
More than 1,500 original research studies on the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and management of urologic diseases plue state-of-the-art plenary session presentations highlight the program for the 2000 American Urological Association Annual Meeting scheduled for April 29-May 4 at Atlanta's Georgia World Congress Center. (2000-04-25)

American Urological Association supports Medicare Osteoporosis Supplement Act
Citing that increased access to bone density testing will save thousands of men with advanced prostate cancer from the permanent disability and debilitation of osteoporosis, the American Urological Association strongly gave its support to the Medicare Osteoporosis Management Act. (2000-03-09)

PSA level predicts future prostate growth
The higher a man's prostate specific antigen (PSA) level is, the more likely his prostate will continue to grow abnormally, researchers at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas report. (2000-02-10)

New Method Assesses Risk Of Advanced Cancer After Prostate Removal
While prostate removal cures most men of their prostate cancer, more than a third show a rise in their prostate specific antigen (PSA) levels in the 10 years following surgery, an early sign that cancer may be returning. Now, in the largest and longest study of its kind, urologists at Johns Hopkins have developed a simple method for assessing the risk these men have for developing deadly metastatic cancer. (1999-05-04)

Urologists Stimulate Nerves Near Ankle To Treat Incontinence
Urologists at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas soon will test whether severe incontinence can be improved by applying electrical stimulation to a spot near the ankle to stimulate the nerves that affect bladder control. (1998-06-05)

Penn Urologist Helps Launch First International Impotence Education Month
Kicking-off the first International Impotence Education Month (November 1997), Penn Urologist Gregory A. Broderick will join 14 of the world's leading urologists to help raise awareness for impotence and generate greater understanding for available treatments. Broderick will be speaking about penile vascular testing methods available to find causes, types of impotence. (1997-10-23)

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