“Take home” messages about localized prostate cancer from the AUA annual meeting

An article by Crawford and Arangua on page 3 of the June issue of AUA News provides a series of “take home messages” for attendees of the annual meeting of the American Urological Association in Washington, DC, last month.

As noted by the authors, there were some 140 abstracts presented at the AUA annual meeting and related to the management of localized prostate cancer. (Other “take home” messages on  other aspects of prostate cancer will undoubtedly appear in future issues of the AUA News.) In addition, the “take home messages” given by Crawford and Arangua appear not to encompass at least a few presentations on localized prostate cancer that might have appeared highly relevant to others (and which we reported on at the time of the meeting.)

4 Responses

  1. Mike, I can’t get the link to work. Kathy

  2. Sorry Kathy … It works just fine at this end.

  3. Hi Kathy and Mike.

    Evidently, Mike didn’t try to go to Page 3, where the story he refers to resides. Here is a link that should get you there.

    This takes you to the first page of the publication in .pdf format. Click on “Localized Prostate Cancer ….. 3” in the INSIDE Box and it will take you to the article.

    Mike: You MAY wish to consider the use of this as your URL link with similar instructions.

    John@newPCa.org (aka) az4peaks

  4. Dear John:

    I see that your continuing, tactful, and good-mannered use of language is consistent with the last time you graced this site with your comments.

    Just to be clear, I had actually been to page 3 using the link I provided in the above text; doing so is extremely straightforward. All one has to do is click on the arrows associated with the page numbers 1-32 in the bar above the AUA News header. The fact that the link that you provided also works does not invalidate the option I had previously given.

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