AMA Honors Moul For 'US TOO' Support

July 1, 1995

BETHESDA, Md--Judd W. Moul, MD, director of the Center for Prostate Disease Research (CPDR), established by Congress in 1991, has been awarded the American Medical Association's Young Physicians Section Community Service Award for his role in helping to establish prostate cancer patient support groups within the military health-care system.

BETHESDA, Md--Judd W. Moul, MD, director of the Center for ProstateDisease Research (CPDR), established by Congress in 1991, hasbeen awarded the American Medical Association's Young PhysiciansSection Community Service Award for his role in helping to establishprostate cancer patient support groups within the military health-caresystem.

Dr. Moul, an Army physician and urologist, was instrumental inestablishing a charter chapter of US TOO, the prostate cancersupport group, at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington,DC, in 1991. Since then, the chapter has become the largest prostatecancer support group in the United States. Dr. Moul is also anadvisor to the US TOO International, Inc. organization.