Levels of bisphenol A in men’s urine could be a marker of prostate cancer, and male exposure to other environmental chemicals used in the manufacture of plastics appear to negatively impact time to pregnancy, two separate studies have found.
One of the AUA’s top legislative priorities for 2014—opposing or deferring implementation of the International Classification of Diseases-10th revision (ICD-10)—appears to be in danger.
Relying on blood test results alone is insufficient for diagnosing hypogonadism, according to a recent study.
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Radical prostatectomy is associated with a substantial long-term reduction in mortality in men with localized cancer, especially in younger patients, according to newly published data from one of the few randomized trials to directly address the surgery-versus-surveillance issue.