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Common Urological Problems

Depression

How to Improve Health and Reduce Risk for Dialysis Patients

1. Depression Symptoms and Low Physical Activity May Keep Dialysis Patients from Working
Efforts to Improve Mood and Activity Might Help Patients Remain Employed

Many patients with kidney failure employed during the year before beginning dialysis are no longer employed early in their first year of treatment. A recent survey… How to Improve Health and Reduce Risk for Dialysis Patients   



Study Compares Timing of Hormonal Therapy for Prostate Cancer

Men with metastatic prostate cancer who undergo hormone-deprivation therapy sometimes take breaks from the treatment to minimize its often difficult side effects.

However, a major new study that tracked more than 1,500 men for almost a decade finds that opting for intermittent treatment may take a toll on certain patients, in terms of shortened… Study Compares Timing of Hormonal Therapy for Prostate Cancer   



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