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Dayton Physicians Urology Welcomes Blake Anderson, MD

Specialty:Urology, Endourology Degrees: B.S. Washington and Lee University 2007, magna cum laudeM.D. Virginia Commonwealth University, Medical College of Virginia 2011 Post-Graduate Training:General Surgery Internship: The University of Chicago Medical Center 2011-2012 Urology Residency:The University of Chicago Medical Center 2012-2017 Endourology Fellowship:IU Health Methodist Hospital, IU School of Medicine: 2017-2018 Certifications: Board Eligible Urology Special Interests: Benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) Stone disease Minimally invasive surgery for prostate and kidney cancer Affiliations: American Urological Association, Endourological Society American Medical Association Currently seeing patients at


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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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