13th issue of Urology Times: A peek behind the curtain

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This bonus "State of Urology" issue offers a sneak-peek at some of the outstanding research you'll learn more about at the AUA annual meeting in Atlanta.

These seemingly unrelated reports share one common, important similarity: All are being presented at the upcoming AUA annual meeting in Atlanta. They also offer just a few reasons why this meeting remains the world's preeminent scientific event in the field of urology.

Against this backdrop, Urology Times brings you this bonus "State of Urology" issue. This special thirteenth issue of the year offers a sneak-peek at some of the outstanding research you'll learn more about in Atlanta. The idea is not to give away the store, but whet your appetite by laying out the major themes and hot topics in key subspecialties of urology.

UT's coverage of urology's premier event extends well beyond this special issue. Look for more in-depth articles in our daily Urology Times Conference Briefs (live from Atlanta) and in future issues of Urology Times. In an effort to address readers' evolving information-gathering trends, Urology Times also recently launched pages on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/UrologyTimes) and Twitter (http://Twitter.com/UrologyTimes). Please "Like us" and follow us, and as always, send us your comments.

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