(PRWEB) March 12, 2011
‘New Peyronie’s Research’, a research based media site with Peyronie’s disease information, up-to-date research articles and clinical trial listings, has conducted a web video interview with New Zealand based Urological Surgeon Dr. Stephen Mark about the importance of early dialogue and diagnosis. http://www.newpeyroniesresearch.com
Dr. Mark explains that “one of the difficulties with this type of condition is that it’s something that can be both embarrassing and difficult to understand.” He encourages men who are suffering to look beyond the embarrassment and uncertainty of the disease.
Early presentation of the disease gives patients peace of mind and enables physicians to give more management options. The sooner treatment is sought, the sooner men can “begin treating it and dealing with it,” said Dr. Mark.
‘New Peyronie’s Reasearch’ is managed by TPRGlobal, an online geo-targeting news media service for clinical trials.
The site now includes a clinical trials directory for men looking to participate in treatment discovery in New Zealand. Clinical trials for Peyronie’s Disease are currently recruiting in Wellington South, Auckland, Tauranga, Whangarei and Christchurch.
‘New Peyronie’s Research’ is designed to share the latest information about the disease through new research based articles, and web interviews with leading men’s health experts.
The media site brings leading specialists, research reports and media together in one resource to help men with Peyronie’s Disease and their partners manage the physical, mental and emotional challenges associated with the condition.
Men interested in participating in the latest research in New Zealand should visit http://www.newpeyroniesresearch.com/new-zealand/ and use the available email forms, or contact the call centre numbers.
About TPRGlobal http://www.TPRglobal.com
TPRGlobal is a health news platform that uses geo-targeting and specialized content to connect qualified patients to the right clinical trials. The TPRGlobal health news platforms deliver therapeutic area content to educate and inform people searching for health solutions. Our mission is to close the patient recruitment gap for patients and clinical studies.
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