May 2, 2008 / News

Staying one step ahead of prostate cancer

The Brooklyn Paper

Brooklyn internist Dr. E. Barry Gordon delivers the lowdown about advances in the care and treatment of patients during a prostate cancer support group at the Nalitt Institute on Staten Island. The physician spoke about how the loss of testosterone affects cardiac, diabetic and prostate problems affects at the group’s monthly meeting, sponsored by University Hospital in conjunction with the American Cancer Society. Joining him are Dr. Peter Albert (left) and moderator Art Mazza. For more information about this and other cancer support groups call 1-800-ACS-2345, or visit www.cancer.org.


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