Deepak A. Kapoor, MD Talks to New York Mets reporter Pete McCarthy on Father’s Day
Dr. Kapoor discussed why a one size fits all approach does not work when it comes to prostate cancer on 710 WOR Mets radio Sunday, June 21st. Click here.
Technology Changes the Way Men are Screened for Prostate Cancer
If you didn’t hear Dr. Kapoor’s prostate cancer insights throughout the day on Q104.3 radio on June 19th, listen here.
Did you know that a customized prostate cancer screen plan is key! Click here to tune in.
What is the controversy about PSA screening? Listen in by clicking here!
Are you aware that prostate screening has changed, and how does that affect you? Listen to all the facts you need by clicking here.
Integrated Medical Professionals’ Director of Pathology to Serve on National Board
Dr. Ann E. Anderson was recently appointed Member, NYS Delegation to The College of American Pathologists (CAP) House of Delegates. She will be one of the delegates representing New York State. To learn about Dr. Anderson’s role, please click here for a PDF, and here should you wish to read the article online.
AUCNY Does Not Approach Prostate Cancer Screening as One Size Fits All
Dr. Deepak A. Kapoor spoke about the importance of an individualized approach to how and whom to screen for prostate cancer. Using newer ways of interpreting PSA and actuarial risk analysis have led to the development of nuanced screening algorithms. Listen to the newer approach to prostate cancer screening and treatment here.
Dr. Kapoor Explains Support of Self-Referral Exception
Urologists have found glaring omissions to an online article published in the Journal of the American Medical Association which supported repeal of the in-office ancillary services exception (IOASE). Dr. Kapoor weighs in on the issue. To read the PDF, click here. Should you prefer to read the article online, click here