November 21, 2014

   A Publication of the James Buchanan Brady
   Urological Institute Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions

Volume IV, Spring 1997

Everything You Wanted to Know About Prostate Cancer, But Couldn't Find in One Place

"Thorough . . . Easy to read. I urge urologists to read this book or risk facing a patient more knowledgeable than you."
--Mitchell Benson, M.D., in a review from the Journal of Urology

"Men wondering where to turn for treatment would do well to start their search by reading this important book, which is not only comprehensive and authoritative, but a model of clarity."
--William Whitworth, editor, The Atlantic Monthly

"Before Dr. Walsh, I wasn't even aware that I had a prostate. Now that I have read this book, I know all about it, and he and Janet Worthington made it so easy for me to understand. This is a book that the prostate did not want the public to see."
--Art Buchwald

"The diagnosis of a prostate problem is a terrifying thing, made worse by misinformation and myth. Men -- and the women who care about them -- will find no better guide than Dr. Patrick Walsh."
--John A. Meyers, Chairman Emeritus, TIME, Inc.

The Prostate: A Guide for Men and the Women Who Love Them, the best-selling health book written by Patrick C. Walsh, M.D., Urologist-in-Chief, and Janet Farrar Worthington, tells you everything you need to know about the prostate and its disorders, including detailed, ground breaking information about every stage of prostate cancer. Now in it's fourth printing at the Johns Hopkins University Press (1-800-537-5487), and in a new, pocket-sized edition by Warner Books (1-800-222-6747). Available in bookstores everywhere.

 

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