January 30, 2015

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

Volume VI, Winter 2003


From the Director

“Nerve-sparing” Surgery Turns 20

Scandinavian Study Shows Surgery Saves Lives

Mixing Apples and Oranges:
 Using Two Standards to Determine Cure with Surgery and Radiation Therapy

The Partin Tables:
 Bigger and Better Than Ever

New Genes Found, New Questions about What Causes Prostate Cancer

Racemase: A New Marker for Cancer, and More

Giving Prostate Cancer a Killer Cold

“Insignificant” Cancer?
 What Should You Do?

The Pathologists’Troubleshooter

The Next Frontier in Surgery: Preserving and Protecting the Nerves

Prostate Cancer is Worse in Men Who Smoke

Could Blocking Inflammation Stop Cancer from Forming?

New Drugs for Prostate Cancer: Chemotherapy Transformed

Assassinating Cancer Cells, or Just Stopping Them in their Tracks?

Chaos in the Chromosomes, and New Keys to Advanced Cancer

An Epidemiologist Comes to the Brady

Prevailing in our War on Prostate Cancer


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