PNA Exclusives

Delays in Diagnosis of Pituitary Tumors: Why They Happen and Steps to Prevent Them

Webinar presented by Kenneth M. De Los Reyes, MD, MSc

 

Each Month PNA Shines a Light on one of Pituitary Medicine's
Best and Brightest

PNA Spotlight: Dr. Brian Williams

 

Brian WilliamsThis month the PNA Spotlight focuses on Dr. Brian Williams, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Louisville in Kentucky. Dr. Williams earned his medical degree at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. He then did a residency in neurological surgery at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, then returned to Houston for a fellowship in neurosurgical oncology at MD Anderson Hospital. Dr. Williams took some questions from the PNA; and his answers are below.

 

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Pituitary Network Association

The PNA is an international non-profit organization for patients with pituitary tumors and disorders, their families, loved ones, and the physicians and health care providers who treat them.

The PNA was founded in 1992 by a group of acromegalic patients in order to communicate and share their experiences and concerns. The PNA has rapidly grown to become the world's largest and fastest growing patient advocacy organization devoted to the treatment and cure of pituitary disorders.

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The PNA is supported by an international network of the world's finest physicians and surgeons. Our goal is to reach every patient who may be forgotten, abandoned, or worse yet, undiagnosed after many years of suffering. We are doing this in three ways: (1) by providing public awareness programs and educational seminars, (2) by assisting the medical community in developing uniform standards for early diagnosis, surgery, radiation, pharmacological treatment and follow-up, and (3) by having interactive web sites and a referral program on these web sites.

Mission Statement

To support, pursue, encourage, promote and where possible, fund research on pituitary disorders in a sustained and full-time effort to find a cure for these illnesses. The PNA will disseminate information helpful to the medical community, the public and to pituitary patients and their families on matters regarding early detection, symptoms, treatments and resources available to patients with pituitary disease.

Note: The PNA does not receive federal or state funding for any of its work, projects or studies.

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