Confronting controversies, suggesting solutions

Published: May, 2007

A message from Editor in Chief Marc B. Garnick, M.D.

The positive response to the inaugural issue of Perspectives on Prostate Disease has been gratifying and indicates that we are on target in providing the type of unique, compassionate, and unbiased information that readers are looking for. In this second issue of Perspectives, we continue our examination of the thorniest problems facing men with prostate disease. In particular, we examine three controversial topics that are of great interest to patients, but where no consensus yet exists about the best medical advice or treatments.

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