AUA celebrates Excellence in Urology reporting

May 19, 2007

AUA paid tribute to outstanding health journalism by presenting the first Excellence in Urology Health Reporting Awards at a press reception yesterday. Eric T. Rosenthal received the Trade Press award for his Oncology Times article, "Prostate Cancer: Pros and Cons of the Integration of Urology and IMRT Services in the Community Practice." MSNBC reporter Michael Stuckey took the Consumer Broadcast award for his series, "Low Blow: One Man's Battle with Prostate Cancer."

AUA paid tribute to outstanding health journalism by presenting the first Excellence in Urology Health Reporting Awards at a press reception yesterday. Eric T. Rosenthal received the Trade Press award for his Oncology Times article, "Prostate Cancer: Pros and Cons of the Integration of Urology and IMRT Services in the Community Practice." MSNBC reporter Michael Stuckey took the Consumer Broadcast award for his series, "Low Blow: One Man's Battle with Prostate Cancer."

Stuckey, who made his personal battle with prostate cancer public, said, "I owe a lot to the profession of urology." He paid special tribute to his urologist, Christopher Porter, MD. Rosenthal thanked J. Brantley Thrasher, MD, of AUA's Public Media Committee, for his assistance and candor in developing his article.