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    September 2014 New Urology Products: iPad app works with genomic test to plot post-prostatectomy care

     

    FDA-registered exercise program strengthens male pelvic muscles

    Private Gym

    Chevy Chase, MD—Private Gym is the first FDA-registered exercise program that strengthens the pelvic muscles, according to the Private Gym, LLC. The company says that by using the program less than 10 minutes a day for 3 days a week, men can strengthen their pelvic muscles. The Private Gym complete training program comes with an interactive, 8-week DVD exercise program, a step-by-step instructional guide, FDA-registered resistance training equipment, magnetic weight, and carrying case.

    For more information, visit www.privategym.com.

    Prostate Ca book offers up-to-date info on diagnosis, management

    Hoboken, NJ—The book Prostate Cancer: Diagnosis and Clinical Management” provides urologists and oncologists with up-to-date, evidence-based guidance on the diagnosis, treatment, and clinical management of the disease, according to publisher Wiley-Blackwell. Topics covered include what must be considered when counseling newly diagnosed patients, radical surgery options, novel therapies for localized prostate cancer, and how metastatic disease should be diagnosed and managed.

    For more information, visit www.wiley.com.


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    Benjamin P. Saylor
    Benjamin P. Saylor is associate editor of Urology Times, an Advanstar Communications publication.

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