Dr. Todd Cohen, former CEO of Carolina Urology Partners and Medical Director of Myriad Urology, brings you a casual, yet educational podcast about modern topics in Urology. Because every man with prostate cancer deserves a better answer.
The Many Roles of a Practicing Urologist
Dr. Marc Greenstein, from Advanced Urology, joins Dr. Todd Cohen to discuss his various roles as a urologist in the community and how he decided to get into the field of Urology. Dr. Greenstein provides insight to how his practice has adapted to the COVID-19 pandemic and dives into where he sees the future of Urology going.
Radiation Oncologists and Prostate Cancer
In this episode, Radiation Oncologist, Jeffery Skinner from Chesapeake Urology sits down with Dr. Todd Cohen to discuss how a radiation oncologist determines the proper treatment for a prostate cancer patient. Dr. Skinner will also share his thoughts on androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) in conjunction with radiation treatment.
Practicing Urologist Turns United States Congressman
In this installment of The Modern Urologist, Dr. Todd Cohen was able to sit down with Neal Dunn, a former urologist and current Congressman of Florida’s 2nd Congressional District. They will discuss his transition from a practicing urologist to a politician, along with the biggest battles and successes he has faced in this role thus far. Congressman Dunn will also talk through his involvement with the Prostate Cancer Treatment Research Act that works directly with the Department of Veteran Affairs.
The Prostate Cancer Foundation
Dr. Howard Soule, Chief Scientific Officer of the Prostate Cancer Foundation, joins Dr. Todd Cohen on this episode of The Modern Urologist to discuss his involvement with the Prostate Cancer Foundation. He will also talk through the history of the foundation and where he sees them going in the future. In addition, Dr. Soule gives insight to how the foundation has raised awareness for patient communities around the world.
The Father of Active Surveillance
In this episode, Dr. Laurence Klotz, Professor of Surgery at the University of Toronto, sits down with Dr. Todd Cohen to discuss his role in the advancement of Active Surveille in Urology. He dives into how himself and two colleagues came up with a strategy to reduce over treatment in prostate cancer patients. Dr. Klotz will also talk about the early controversy surrounding Active Surveillance and how he has dealt with patient anxiety.
Prostate Cancer Survivor - John Earp
In this episode, Dr. Todd Cohen sits down with cancer survivor John Earp to talk about his journey from diagnosis to treatment and life beyond. John was diagnosed with cancer at age 46 also shares his extensive cancer history and how he eventually learned that his prostate cancer was caused by a hereditary mutation known as CHEK-2.
The modern urologist
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