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Doctors Admit to Unprofessional Behavior in Study
June 14, 2012, 12:59 pm by Urology Headlines from Medscape
A new study has identified unprofessional behaviors to which hospital-based doctors most frequently admit, including badmouthing fellow doctors and finding medical excuses to get out of having to care for patients. Kaiser Health News
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Aggressive Prostate Cancer Treatment Not Needed in Older Men
Urology Headlines from Medscape: May 23, 2013, 12:02 pm
Older men with newly diagnosed localized prostate cancer, especially those with other serious health conditions, are unlikely to derive benefit from aggressive treatment. Medscape Medical News
Many Studies Have 'Elementary Statistical Errors'
Urology Headlines from Medscape: May 23, 2013, 1:34 am
Can the clinician and the statistician be friends? Andrew Vickers argues that they must work together more closely in order to conduct reliable, useful research that improves patient care. Medscape
Just 2 Months' Exposure to Anticholinergics Affects Cognition
Urology Headlines from Medscape: May 22, 2013, 9:24 am
Physicians should consider alternate medications or nonpharmacologic approaches to treat sleep problems, urinary incontinence, and other ailments, researchers say. Medscape Medical News
Bankruptcy or Cure? A Cancer Patient's Dilemma
Urology Headlines from Medscape: May 22, 2013, 3:41 am
The unsustainable cost of cancer drugs puts a possible cure out of the financial reach of many patients. Dr. Bruce Cheson calls for a concerted effort to cap escalating costs.
Reframing Prostate Cancer as 'Chronic Disease'
Urology Headlines from Medscape: May 22, 2013, 3:27 am
Dr. Timothy Daskivich talks with Dr. Matthew Resnick about the quality-of-life lessons learned from PCOS and how they should inform clinicians' discussions with prostate cancer patients. Medscape Urology