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Dennis G. Lusaya, MD, FPUA, FPCS

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Dr. Dennis G. Lusaya is a certified urologist. He is highly skilled in ureteroscopic laser lithotripsy, percutaneous nephrostolithotomy (PCNL), mini-PCNL and microvascular reconstruction of surgically obliterated vas (Vasectomy reversal {VV or EV}).

Robert John Ramos, MD

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A Radiation Oncologist who had training in St. Luke’s Medical Center with the use of a LINAC machine for management of head and neck cancer, gynecologic, genito-urinary, lung cancer, lymphoma, gastrointestinal, musculoskeletal malignancies and palliative care. Training consisted of high dose brachytherapy and delivery of external radiotherapy through conventional, 3D conformal, IMRT, IGRT, SRS, SRT, SBRT, and TBI techniques. He has good clinical background with the use of high dose brachytherapy for management of cervical, endometrial, prostate and endobronchial cancer. He had his observership in NYU Hospital and Stony Brook Hospital for head and neck cancer, breast cancer and CNS disease for continuing education.

Karl Marvin M. Tan, MD, DPBU, FPUA

Karl Marvin M. Tan, MD, DPBU, FPUA image

General Urology, Specialist in Diseases/Surgery of the Kidney, Ureter, Bladder, Prostate, Genitalia, Shockwave (ESWL) of Kidney Stones
BPH, Prostate Cancer, Kidney and Bladder Cancer, Impotence, STD, Hernia, Scrotal Surgery, Minimally Invasive Surgery (Laparoscopy and Endourology)

For Men Aged 40 Years Old And Above

For Men Aged 40 Years Old And Above image

The prostate gland is a male reproductive organ. Many men experience urinary changes as they age, which may be caused by inflammation or enlargement of the prostate gland. An enlarged prostate gland, however, does not always cause urinary problems. Troublesome urinary symptoms are rarely symptoms of prostate cancer.

Some Vitamins That You Shouldn't Take

Some Vitamins That You Shouldn't Take image

We are used to taking vitamin supplements on a daily basis, and they seem to be an excellent idea because they make us healthier. Is that true? As human beings we are confident that vitamins are paramount for our existence, and that vitamin deficiencies can lead to severe health conditions. An alarmingly large amount of people takes both vitamins and multi-vitamins daily. They’re usually sold in pharmacies and grocery stores, and most of them don’t call for a prescription. The vitamin supplement industry has grown tremendously over the past decade, and it’s now more powerful than ever. Companies base their » » » [Read more]

Important Health Tips for Men Over 30

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There is no question that entering 30s is the time that worries men and women alike. For men, this is the time they get serious about life. Real, big responsibilities come their way in the form of home ownership, real career, children, etc. All this combined with unhealthy food habits lead to health conditions which are a cause of concern for men over 30 years. However, it is possible for men to keep away from these health issues. Let’s check out some of the ways which can help in improving men’s health. Bone Health Most men who are 30 years » » » [Read more]