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“MRI improved detection of clinically significant prostate cancer without increasing overdiagnosis…..”
This was a professional publication in the Canadian Journal of Urology. Dr. Jonathan Henderson was a contributor.
“Elevated blood glucose levels, even within the nondiabetic range, are associated with an increased risk of kidney stones in men, but not women, according to investigators.”
“Meanwhile, fearing the virus, patients have held off going to doctors for routine care and screening as well as emergency departments for more immediate concerns”
“Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the prostate prior to initiation of active surveillance (AS) for prostate cancer decreases…”
“In 2019, he was in and out of the hospital while undergoing treatment for prostate cancer.”
“The recommendation notes that some men in this population may have a positive benefit-risk profile with screening…”
“Among 2,084 patients treated with active surveillance of low-risk prostate cancer, those enrolled when they were younger than age 60 had rates of…”
“Men who reach for their smartphone or laptop at night may be harming their fertility, early research suggests.”
“…reports researchers found “COVID-19 increases the risk of developing erectile dysfunction by nearly sixfold.”
“Very shortly before leaving office, the Trump administration released the Most Favored Nation (MFN) drug pricing interim final rule that was meant to help control and reduce Medicare’s costs…”