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Urology Workforce Shortage

Did you know there was a shortage of urologists in the United States? The American Urological Association recognizes that there is a growing national shortage. This deficit is compounded by an aging U.S. population that will require more urologic care. The 65 and older population will comprise 17% of our population by 2020. The projected number of urologists needed to meet the population needs in 2020 is 16,000. The number of practicing urologist in 2016 was 10,954. Over 50% of

 

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Dayton Physicians Network’s, Dr. Kathula is running for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) “Man of the Year”

John, a 42-yr-old veteran, who was referred to me for the evaluation of low blood counts. Further testing including bone marrow biopsy revealed acute myeloid leukemia (AML, a type of blood cancer) transforming from a myelodysplastic syndrome (a bone marrow failure condition, often caused by exposure to chemicals or nuclear material). As an oncologist, I not only had to deliver the terrifying news, but also tell him that his condition carries poor prognosis with only 10% chance of cure. It

 

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New, worldwide clinical research study for liver cancer happening in Dayton

A clinical study is a carefully conducted, controlled investigation used to uncover more effective ways to prevent, diagnose, treat, and understand human disease. As of February 2018, ClinicalTrials.gov lists more than 265,600 clinical research studies going on in the United States and 203 other countries. Performed by both public and private research organizations using volunteer patients, the focus can vary greatly from clinical drug trials and behavioral studies, to new surgical procedures or medical devices. To participate, patients must meet

 

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