Article in Athen’s paper-A book to give the newly diagnosed patient with prostate cancer. “It is not for a urologist-it is for the urologist to give the patient.”

  ONLINEATHENS.COM   Doctor writes book as a prostate cancer survivor080310living1joe.vanhoose@onlineathens.com For some 20 years, Dr. John McHugh had watched his patients struggle with what to do after he told them they had prostate cancer.   Doctor writes book as a prostate cancer survivor By Joe VanHoose - joe.vanhoose@onlineathens.com Published Tuesday, August 03, 2010 For …

If you don’t know the names, Brawley, Berwick, or the role of the FDA, OCNA, or CMS in the future of Obama’s National Healthcare, you’d better start paying attention. Was Palin right after all?

Otis Brawley The Wit and Wisdom of Don Berwick. Wall Street Journal on Berwick.  Who is Donald Berwick? Meet your new head guy of Medicare and Medicaid. Appointed by your President during a recess and without Congressional debate. Any health care funding plan that is just, equitable, civilized and humane must - must - redistribute wealth …

apples to apples, another man’s prostate cancer journey, bill clinton, peyronie’s disease, prostatic acid phosphatase

http://oneprostatejourney.blogspot.com/ i call "shotgun" From "The Decision" On one particular occasion (however it has happened countless times) I had just told a patient that his biopsy showed cancer. I began to lay out an overview of the options and happened to start with surgery. Before I could continue, the patient told me, “My brother has …

more about prostate cancer as it relates to androgen suppression and the lockerbie bomber next time…got sidetracked

My beloved daughter is going to Macon, Ga to get a masters in nursing in August. She wanted a Border Collie like the one she had out west. My wife and I agreed, I suggested waiting until she got to Macon and her own place to get a new dog. A new dog to me means …

prostate cancer and the walnut and other fruits and vegetables the prostate is akin to

Urologists, and all physicians for that matter, are known to describe organs or other medical abnormalities in terms of something a patient can easily understand or identify with. I usually describe kidney stones in terms of various vegetables , i.e. a 5 mm ureteral stone is the size of an english pea. A 1 cm stone, …