• After Seeing Blood in His Urine, Abu Bradley, an Active Father of Two, Was Diagnosed with a Rare and Agressive Cancer

    by  • December 17, 2014 • 0 Comments

    Abu-Methuselah Bradley was the epitome of good health.  The married father of two is an athlete with a muscular build.  He’s a pharmaceutical sales representative, part-time church Pastor and enjoys time outdoors bike-riding and running. He took quick action when he noticed blood in his urine. “I went right to the ER,” said Abu....

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    Minimizing Prostate Cancer Overdiagnosis without Missing the Target: Harnessing Fusion Technology to Overcome Limitations of PSA

    by  • November 11, 2014

    by David Y.T. Chen, MD, FACS, and Alexander Kutikov, MD, FACS In 2012, the United States Preventative Services Task Force (USPSTF) made the highly publicized and controversial recommendation advising against routine screening for prostate cancer with the prostate specific antigen (PSA) blood test. Even though prostate cancer is the most common cancer in US...

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    Why Ovarian Cancer Awareness Is So Important

    by  • September 19, 2014

    Ovarian cancer is the most lethal of the gynecologic cancers with 21,980 women expected to be diagnosed and 14,270 expected to die of their disease this year (see more).  If you’re wondering why it is so deadly, it is because the majority of women present with advanced stage disease due to lack of specific...

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    Which Diet is Most Effective?

    by  • September 19, 2014

    The Atkins Diet The Atkins Diet is probably the most popular of the “ketogenic” diets.  Ketogenic diets typically include very low carbohydrates and increased dietary fat and protein.  These diets get their name from the fact that a significant decrease in dietary carbohydrate intake alters normal metabolic pathways and results in a rise in...

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    Managing Erectile Dysfunction after Prostate Surgery

    by  • August 4, 2014

    A common sexual side effect men face after prostate cancer surgery is erectile dysfunction (the inability to achieve or sustain an erection suitable for sexual intercourse often caused by medications, chronic illnesses or poor blood flow to the penis). It is important to note that this condition can be managed through various treatment options....

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    Fox Chase Surgeon Passes it on to the Next Generation

    by  • May 21, 2014

    Fox Chase surgeon Robert G. Uzzo, MD, FACS, is recognized for teaching the next generation of urologic surgeons. He received the American Urologic Association’s Residents Committee Teaching Award at the organizations annual meeting in May 2014. A nationally recognized leader in urologic oncology, Robert G. Uzzo, MD, FACS, understands the value of sharing his knowledge...

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    A Sea of Pink

    by  • May 13, 2014

    A sea of pink people. That’s pretty much all you saw at this past Sunday’s Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure to raise monies for breast cancer. Thousands of people: patients, survivors, families, nurses, doctors, friends, police, EMTs, advocates, volunteers, reporters, and so many others who are concerned. And in case you didn’t...

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    My Experience Lobbying for Cancer Research on Capitol Hill

    by  • May 11, 2014

    Every once in a while, it’s important to get on a train and go to Washington to make your voice heard. At Fox Chase Cancer Center’s kind invitation, I went with Communications Director Lisa Bailey and fellow breast cancer survivor Kim Hagerich to the Capitol on May 8. We joined oncologists, researchers, cancer center...

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