DENVER, CO – 10-05-2018 ( — The Urology Center of Colorado (TUCC) is proud to sponsor Mark Moyad, M.P.H., M.D., for the 21st year as the presenter of the premier presentation on nutrition and supplements.

Dr. Moyad is the Director of Complementary Medicine, Department of Urology, at the University of Michigan Medical Center. He is the author or more than 130 medical articles and 10 book chapters. He is also the author/co-author of 10 books including The Supplement Handbook and Promoting Wellness for Prostate Cancer and is the former editor-in-chief of the medical journal Preventive and Alternative Medicine.

“The theme in 2018 is ‘Focusing on Urologic Cancers and Healthy Lifestyles,’ which aligns perfectly with The Urology Center of Colorado’s philosophy in caring for our patients and their families,” states Martha, Ruschival, RN, BSN, Nursing Administrator for TUCC. “Dr. Moyad has presented at this TUCC event for more than 20 years and has had a profound impact on not only our patients, but many other patients and medical professionals around the world.”

The event is open to TUCC patients, and others in the Denver community that want to learn more about nutrition and supplements and their affect on health and cancer. The event is free, please visit for more information and to register.

About The Urology Center of Colorado
The Urology Center of Colorado (TUCC) is the only comprehensive urology center in the Rocky Mountain region providing treatment for all urologic conditions at one locations. TUCC includes: a state-of-the-art urology clinic; radiology, laboratory and pathology services; on-site radiation therapy; a comprehensive urologic cancer center; a clinical research department and a full-service outpatient ambulatory surgery center.

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