Digital Science Press Inc., the global leader of the digital aggregation and delivery of urological disease and treatment content since 2003 through, introduces its first print publication, Everyday Urology - Oncology Insights ™.   This addition to Digital Science Press’ portfolio is part of the company’s continued commitment to the multi-disciplinary, peer-to-peer learning environment for healthcare professionals. 

Everyday Urology: Oncology Insights, a quarterly publication that reaches over 22,000 US-based medical oncologists, nuclear medicine physicians, radiation oncologists and urologists, is a platform for clinicians to provide original content that addresses the rapidly evolving treatments in genitourinary oncology.  This journal offers in-depth reviews of new diagnostic and treatments in prostate cancer, bladder cancer and kidney cancer.  

“For the past 13 years, UroToday has demonstrated its commitment to providing free, accurate, timely, evidence-based urology and GU oncology information to the global community of healthcare providers and patients” said Gina Carithers, Founder.  “Everyday Urology: Oncology Insights will extend our mission with a visually driven format providing the benefit of a tactile experience and the benefits of print reading.”

Editor- in-chief, Neal Shore, MD., comments “with the numerous scientific and clinical advances in genitourinary oncology, as well as the rapidly changing healthcare delivery ecosystem, as demonstrated on UroToday, we are hopeful that Everyday Urology: Oncology Insights will provide our readership with timely information for the optimization of patient care”.

The inaugural issue of Everyday Urology – Oncology Insights focuses on the dynamics in treating advanced prostate cancer by highlighting the multidisciplinary approach for optimally treating the advanced prostate cancer patient.

“We are pleased to offer Everyday Urology - Oncology Insights in support of our loyal physician readers of over 35,000 US visitors a month to, by extending our message to additional healthcare professionals, as well as industry partners”, said Joe Palumbo, Chief Operating
Officer of Digital Science Press, Inc.