Dr. James Fagelson shared with Healthgrades what doctors would like patients to know about bladder cancer. He explains the multiple ways to diagnose bladder cancer and treatment for high-grade bladder cancer.
Dr. James Fagelson discusses the increase in incurable prostate cancer and correlates the uptick to the recommendation made in 2008 by the United States Preventive Services Task Force advising a cut back on prostate specific antigen (PSA) screening.
Urology Associates patient Gary Perkins had a history of rising PSA levels, which led his doctor to encourage further testing. After a prostate biopsy confirmed cancer, he underwent UA's targeted radiation therapy treatment and is now cancer-free.
The Low Down on Herbal Viagra Dr. David Sobel, a Urology Associates’ physician with over 10 years of expertise in erectile dysfunction and sexual medicine, was featured on Talking About Men’s Health, a national men’s health blog. In the article … Continued
Nina Casanova, M.D., joins Urology Associates, a Denver-based general and surgical urology practice, as the newest member of its eight-physician practice. She specializes in urological needs of women & children.
Getting a second opinion for a patient could be life saving. It’s your right and often a very smart thing to do. Rule of thumb: if you have doubts about what you are told or if you just feel uncertain, get the second opinion.
The Prostate specific antigen (PSA) has been one of the most revolutionary discoveries in the men’s health and while not perfect, it's an important indicator for prostate cancer & BPH. And If you’re a man who expects to live past 50, expect to hear a lot about prostate cancer detection, treatment and the PSA.