Posts Tagged ‘Johns Hopkins researchers’

URO TODAY: Higher levels of serum free testosterone are associated with an increased risk of aggressive prostate cancer among older men, say Johns Hopkins researchers. READ MORE>

These data highlight the importance of prospective trials to insure the safety of testosterone-replacement therapy.

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URO TODAY: Men with erectile dysfunction before a radical prostatectomy may have a greater risk of death, according to a study of nearly 3000 patients by Johns Hopkins researchers. READ MORE>

Surgeons may consider erectile dysfunction as [a] potential surrogate marker of a shorter life expectancy, but not an absolute surgical contra-indication.

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HULIQ NEWS: Johns Hopkins researchers have developed a new technique that may improve robotic prostate surgery by using a second robot for taking three-dimensional ultrasound images of the prostate and surrounding structures during the procedure. READ MORE>

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