Emphasis on current procedures vice medications suggested. Large population study reference links for the lay person of interest.
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– MayoClinic.org Overview: https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/benign-prostatic-hyperplasia/symptoms-causes/syc-20370087
– minimally invasive BPH therapies https://neeva.com/search?q=minimally+invasive+BPH+therapies&src=nvobar
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"All the above" Colleen! A broad statistical case overview of BPH by medical specialists at the Mayo Clinic updated at least every 3 years would be one reference point for Connect's lead Group descriptor as Group topic specialization expands in the future.
Connect's topic structure in my opinion should be the classic "drill down" logic diagram of topics. For example, BPH is one icon sub topic of the Urology main category icon. One might start with a big block diagram for Urology with each clickable icon block below it expanding to even more specialized topic sub block icons you "drill down" to below. Thanks for the response, Bob
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