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Welcome new Sponsor Greater Austin Urology

Aaron Carrara

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I wanted to take a moment to welcome our newest site sponsor Greater Austin Urology for joining us for the football season.

Let's face it, as we guys get older, issues inevitably arise.  For those that have had issues, you know it's not something to let linger.  And we need someone that we can talk to about those issues - someone that will listen and give us individualized care that is based on sound healthcare practice.  Dr. Lucas Jacomides and Greater Austin Urology are that "someone."

Whether it's kidney stones, prostate cancer or issues, urinary incontinence or related issues, call Greater Austin Urology and Lucas will take care of you.

Dr. Jacomides will post noteworthy bits of information on this thread or link to his urology blog, so be sure to check it/them out. Some of it could save your life or the life of a loved one.

Greater Austin Urology
Dr. Lucas Jacomides

11673 Jollyville Rd.
Suite B101
Austin, TX 78759
512-540-3937 phone





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Thanks Aaron, and thanks everybody- glad to be part of the Horn Sports Community! Yes, the Maryland game was a real "ball buster", but glad to see us bounce back at home and hold on against Tulsa. I also thought it was a good omen for Saturday that Texas-Ex Quandre Diggs picked off ex-Trojan Sam Darnold's first-ever NFL pass for a pick-six tonight.

Happy to see any of my fellow Longhorn fans in my office for all of your urologic needs. (While I went to Rice, I married Longhorn, and she reminds me repeatedly that I've actually spent most of my education and money at UT.) Just call me at (512) 540-3937, and tell them you heard about me on this forum.

Also, check out my website greateraustinurology.com, and like my Facebook page "Greater Austin Urology". I have a useful blog this month about prostate cancer, to coincide with Prostate Cancer Awareness month.

Finally, I'm not particularly adept at all this fancy online stuff, so alternatively, come by Section 109, Row 34, and show me what's wrong with you (kidding, of course!)

Hook Em!

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I've always been a fan of pee pee and poo poo doctors.  However, when as a young intern and considering a specialty, Urology, and proctology were not at the top of my list.  I figured I would leave that part of the anatomy to the truly objective people that were actually a lot smarter than me.  instead, I chose children (what monster doesn't like children?) and have spent a career quite often dealing with pee pee and poo poo and having to get advice from urologists and proctologists.

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