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2020 Meeting “Take-Aways” from Dr. Joe Clark (must read)

Research on stem cell therapy for treating post prostatectomy incontinence has focused on both injecting stem cells as well as targeting in-situ regeneration of tissue with small molecules. Despite changes to government service urology, there continues to be similar types of research presented at the SGSU meetings. It is possible to not place a ureteral…

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2020 Kimbrough Award Winners

Congratulations to the 2020 Annual James C. Kimbrough Seminar Award Winners – Charlotte, NC       HG Stevenson Award For outstanding support and dedicated service to the SGSU and urology residency programs. Presented to: Steve Lynch, MD Honorary Lifetime Membership Award For lifeme dedicatioon and service to the SGSU. Presented to: Al Squitieri, MD…

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In Memoriam – Preston Littrell

To the entire SGSU membership, It is with a heavy heart that I report sad news. Our beloved Preston Littrell has passed away. Kathy Littrell called me yesterday to let me know that he died peacefully in his sleep early in the morning (7/27/19). Preston served as the SGSU administrator for nearly 20 years. He…

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2019 Kimbrough Award Winners

Congratulations to the 2019 Annual James C. Kimbrough Seminar Award Winners – Kona, Hawaii HG Stevenson Award for outstanding support and dedicated service to the SGSU and urology residency programs. Presented to: Joseph Clark, MD. Honorary Lifetime Membership Award for lifeme dedicatioon and service to the SGSU. Presented to: COL (Ret.) Noah Schenkman, MD Prince…

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Dr. Barry 2019 Meeting Take-Away’s

CONTRIBUTED BY JOHN M. BARRY, MD Single stage sacral neuromodulation may replace the two-stage procedure. NLRP3 inflammasome activation triggers bladder dysfunction in diabetic (Prize winner – Basic Science) The NLRP3 mediates bladder decompensation during bladder outlet obstruction in rats. Glyburide inhibits it. (Prize winner – Basic Science) The combination of low-energy shock wave therapy and…

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Military Doctors In Crosshairs Of A Budget Battle

Military Doctors In Crosshairs Of A Budget Battle Jordan Rau, Kaiser Health News The U.S. military is devising major reductions in its medical corps, unnerving the system’s advocates who fear the cuts will hobble the armed forces’ ability to adequately care for health problems of military personnel at home and abroad. The move inside the…

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Former Air Force officer calls Washington’s approach to veteran health care ‘short-sighted’

The HILL.com Feb. 14, 2019 Washington is often disconnected from the veterans communities, and that division can lead to ineffective policies, former Air Force officer Michael Haynie told Hill.TV. “The extent to which we have conversations in D.C. about the social, economic, wellness concerns of this community without connecting those conversations back to the communities…

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Outlook Newsletter – March 2018

Click link below to view the 2018 meeting highlights ! https://docs.google.com/viewer?url=https://govurology.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/sgsu-2018-meeting-newsletter.pdf  

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Congratulations 2018 Kimbrough Award Winners

HG Stevenson Award for outstanding support and dedicated service to the SGSU and urology residency programs. Presented to: Gerald Jordan, MD . Honorary Lifetime Membership Award for lifetime dedication and service to the SGSU. Presented to: John M. Barry, MD . Prince Beach Award for best paper (#65) presented by a society member staff physician…

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Job Opportunity Available – Immediate opening at Lexington VAMC

Job Opportunity Available Immediate opening at Lexington VAMC for a full-time VA Urologist. A faculty appointment is available with the affiliate institution (University of Kentucky) and competitive salary/benefits come with the position.  Lexington, Kentucky is a very desirable location with affordable housing, good schools and it is a safe city to raise a family. Not…

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