Tim Brown, MD, PhD met with men at West Shore Senior Center in Lemoyne on September 19, to discuss prostate health, prostate cancer & the importance of early detection & screening. September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month and UCPA encourages all men to discuss prostate cancer screenings with their physicians. Recommendations are for men 50 and older to be screened, unless you have a family history or are of African-American descent in which case you should be screened earlier.More
By Jaan Sidorov, MD, September 7, 2018
According to this article appearing in the CPBJ, the growing multi-hospital-insurer alliances could lead to greater competition and innovation. That, in turn, is supposed to lead to lower prices.
In recognition of National Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, Independence Blue Cross (Independence) is continuing its support for the Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) in ongoing efforts to promote awareness of prostate cancer. In addition to promoting a comprehensive guide about prostate cancer, Independence will make a financial contribution.More
With just two weeks left until the ZERO Prostate Cancer Run/Walk – Harrisburg, give your best efforts in fundraising and encouraging your friends, family, and others to participate in this year’s event. The event is Friday, September 21, beginning at 5:30 p.m.
We are thrilled to share that we’re expecting more participants and have raised more funds than 2017! We need your help to meet our goal of $140K in Harrisburg though. These funds are used across the country to provide education, free screenings, and support research for a cure. More than 85 cents from every dollar donated go to those goals!
Join us at the event for a moving and inspirational evening featuring musical entertainment from Cruise Control, a survivor’s story shared by Shawn Russell, refreshments, information and more!More
Urology of Central Pennsylvania was thrilled to accept the “Reader’s Choice Award” for Medical Specialist from Harrisburg Magazine for the tenth year in a row this August. We are honored by appreciation you have shown for our practice and the urological care you receive here.More
Get an “Introduction to Prolaris: How Aggressive is your Prostate Cancer?” and hear from a Prolaris patient at our meeting on Thursday, October 18, from 6–8 p.m. The meeting will be held at UCPA’s West Shore offices located at 100 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 100, in Camp Hill.More
An informative learning opportunity is returning in 2018. The Pennsylvania Prostate Cancer Conference, presented by the Pennsylvania Prostate Cancer Coalition, will once again provide exceptional information and updates on prostate cancer research and treatment for medical personnel, patients, and their loved ones.More
Prostate Cancer Support and Education
Whether you’re newly diagnosed and just learning about prostate cancer, or if you’re a long-term survivor and want to know what’s new in prostate cancer treatment and management, this session is for you.
Registration is appreciated by calling 717-724-0380.More
The Pennsylvania Prostate Cancer Conference is coming up on September 22. This half-day, CME certified conference presents the latest evidence, research, and programs that are being studied to improve prostate cancer early detection, diagnosis, treatment, and survivorship.
This event is open to providers, patients/survivors and caregivers, to decrease the burden of the disease and bridge the gap between research and treatment.More