Campaign directs BPH sufferers to urologists

August 18, 2005

The Men's Health Network has launched the "The Back to Life Without Interruptions" educational campaign, designed to provide men with the tools they need to talk to their physician and partners about BPH-related problems.

The Men's Health Network has launched the "The Back to Life Without Interruptions" educational campaign, designed to provide men with the tools they need to talk to their physician and partners about BPH-related problems. A live, weeklong call-in center for men to have private sessions with health care professionals about their BPH symptoms will be held Aug. 18 to 24 and Sept. 7 to 13. Callers will receive a BPH brochure and the U-Check screening tool to take to their physician's office to initiate a dialogue about BPH.

Physicians who would like to participate can provide their information by visiting www.nointerruptions.com/find_a_doctor.php and will have their practice's information available to potential patients looking for consultation.

The 13-year-old Men's Health Network is a Washington, DC-based nonprofit educational organization composed of physicians and other health professionals whose mission is to improve the health and wellness of men through education campaigns, partnerships with retailers, other private entities, workplace health programs, data collection, and health care providers.