CPDR Updates Its Prostate Cancer Website

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Oncology NEWS InternationalOncology NEWS International Vol 10 No 12
Volume 10
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ROCKVILLE, Maryland-The website for the Center for Prostate Disease Research (CPDR) has a whole new look. Stephen Doyle, an experienced graphic artist, has updated and redesigned the site to be a user-friendly tool for patients, clinicians, scientists, and the general public to find information about prostate cancer and related diseases.

ROCKVILLE, Maryland—The website for the Center for Prostate Disease Research (CPDR) has a whole new look. Stephen Doyle, an experienced graphic artist, has updated and redesigned the site to be a user-friendly tool for patients, clinicians, scientists, and the general public to find information about prostate cancer and related diseases.

CPDR director Judd W. Moul, MD, a colonel in the Army Medical Department, commented, "Previously, the content was sound, but there was not as much in terms of presentation. Now, my patients say that it has great readability and visual appeal." To visit the CPDR website, go to www.cpdr.org

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