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Pre-exposure HIV prophylaxis ‘can’t be ignored’

Prophylaxis against HIV infection in gay men at high risk can significantly reduce infection.In a study conducted in 13 sexual health clinics in England and published...Read more

Petition over surgeon’s conviction

The friends and colleagues of David Sellu, the colorectal surgeon imprisoned for manslaughter following the death of a patient, have launched a petition calling for the...Read more

No stampede to implement ‘staggering’ trial results

Waiting for publication of significant trial results leaves patients without access to clinically beneficial treatments that could transform their lives according to the...Read more

Latest Blogs

What to expect if you are sued

A recurring theme in recent issues of Trends in Urology & Men's Health has been the importance of avoiding medical errors and the possible implications of...Read more

Dignity in dying

Members of Parliament are now preparing to debate the Assisted Dying Bill championed by Rob Marris in early September. It is based on Charles Falconer’s bill...Read more

Ethnic inequalities in prostate cancer outcomes

It is relatively well established that the incidence of prostate cancer among black men is higher when compared with white men, and this is not explained by...Read more

Latest Videos

Men and the metabolic syndrome

Mike Kirby (GP and Visiting Professor, University of Hertfordshire and The Prostate Centre) focuses on the metabolic syndrome, an increasingly important issue given the...Read more

Avoiding medical errors in general practice

Jonny Coxon (GP, Beaconsfield Medical Practice, Brighton) discusses the main types of error in general practice and how these might be avoided.This video accompanies...Read more

Treatment of metastatic prostate cancer

Simon Chowdhury (Consultant Medical Oncologist, Guy's Hospital, London) discusses new drug developments in metastatic prostate cancer and considers the challenges facing...Read more

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New issue
View the new issue of Trends in Urology & Men’s Health (volume 6, issue 5, September/October 2015) – packed with fascinating articles on renal stones, engaging men with long-term conditions, the metabolic syndrome, PSA testing, and more…Read more

Article of the week
What to expect if you are sued
Like all professionals, healthcare professionals may be sued. In medicine it seems increasingly likely as we move away from the era of ‘doctor knows best’. In this article James Badenoch QC describes what happens from the first letter telling you there is a problem to the final judgement in court…Read more