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If you or someone you love is struggling with a urinary issue, it may be embarrassing to see a specialist.

However, seeing a urologist can have profound effects on your quality of life and your overall health.

http://www.philaurology.com/general-urology/find-right-urologist-philadelphia/
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Philadelphia magazine’s Top Docs™ 2017, Urology – Bruce B. Sloane, MD, FACS

Thanks for the recognition, Philadelphia Magazine!
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Talk to a doctor at Philadelphia Urology Associates today if you are having problems with incontinence.

We can help find the treatment that is right for you.
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According to a new study, long-term improvements in urinary function or erectile function after radical prostatectomy could be possible.... Find out more: http://bit.ly/1OiXsmp
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While anxiety, depression and stress can all contribute to ED, they could also signal the presence of more threatening medical conditions.
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Top 5 Prostate Cancer Developments of the Last Decade from Renal & Urology News. What would YOU consider the top picks? Tell us!

#prostatecancer #urology
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Help us and the people at The Distinguished Gentleman's Ride raise money and awareness for Prostate Cancer research.
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Raising awareness and getting tested can save lives.
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African American men are more likely to develop prostate cancer than European American men, and are also more than 2x as likely to die from it. 

New research shows that African American men may have a distinctly different type of prostate cancer than European American men, according to new genomic fingerprinting results.

Read more: http://www.news-medical.net/news/20150721/New-genomic-fingerprint-may-predict-prostate-cancer-risk-in-African-American-men.aspx

#ProstateCancer  #Cancer
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"According to a new study, more urologists and their patients are opting to monitor low-risk prostate cancer rather than immediately jump into surgery, radiation or hormone therapy."
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