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Warning on hepatitis A

Public Health England (PHE) is urging gay and bisexual men to take extra precautions against infection with hepatitis A, as cases are increasingly being reported in the community. Those attending...Read more

NHS England still committed to PrEP trial

NHS England is still aiming to start the PrEP Impact trial this summer. The three-year trial of pre-exposure HIV prophylaxis was announced last December and NHS England has been under increasing...Read more

STI data: cause for concern

The number of syphilis diagnoses in 2016 was the largest reported since 1949 according to figures released by Public Health England (PHE)...Read more

Latest Blogs

Are older doctors more dangerous than their younger colleagues?

Patients treated by older doctors have higher death rates than those cared for by younger physicians, new research has shown. The study, published by the BMJ, suggested fewer...Read more

To test or not to test (for bacterium in prostatitis), that is the question!

Does testing for bacterium in prostatitis feature in your practice? Once considered the ‘gold standard’ of testing for bacterial prostatitis, the four-glass Stamey test has...Read more

Montgomery trumps Bolam

The Montgomery judgement has kicked Bolam and Sidaway into the long grass – we are now all barefoot healthcare operatives, the face of clinical practice has changed utterly,...Read more

Latest Videos

Kilimanjaro 2003: Prostate Cancer UK

In the Autumn of 2003, 14 of us set out to climb Mt Kilimanjaro to raise funds for the Prostate Research Campaign UK (now Prostate Cancer UK). I am pleased to say that all 14 of us got to the summit...Read more

Management of invasive bladder cancer

In this short video James Catto, Professor in Urological Surgery at The University of Sheffield, discusses the management of invasive bladder cancer. Professor Catto was the Malcolm Coptcoat visiting...Read more

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Surgery in metastatic prostate cancer: a pilot study
There is some evidence to suggest that radical treatment of the primary tumour in patients diagnosed with metastatic prostate cancer can reduce symptomatic progression and increase survival. In this article, the author describes a pilot study to investigate whether a large study looking at survival benefit in early metastatic disease is feasible in the UK and calls for recruits. Read more



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