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Variations in care for COPD

 Pulmonary rehabilitation (PR) treatment gives substantial health benefits to patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, but many are...Read more

Nod from NICE: Enzalutamide and radium-223

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has recommended two different drugs for the treatment of prostate cancer.The final...Read more

Second ever drug for Pulmonary fibrosis

New guidance published today reveals nintedanib (ofev) has been recommended for the treatment of idiopathic pulmonary ibrosis (IPF).The National...Read more

Latest Blogs

When to discharge after low-risk bladder cancer?

In February 2015 NICE updated its guidance on bladder cancer. It's a long document with a robust methodology behind it. Most of what was in the...Read more

Treatment regime is complete

Today is Sunday 23 January 2016, which means that my two-month treatment programme is finished. Following initial surgery I had two bouts of...Read more

Time for gender-neutral HPV vaccination

The vaccination of boys as well as girls against human papillomavirus (HPV) in order to prevent a wide range of diseases in both sexes has become one...Read more

Latest Videos

STAMPEDE trial results and implications

Nick James (Professor of Oncology at the University of Warwick and Consultant at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham) describes the STAMPEDE trial and discusses its...Read more

The e-finger project

Alan McNeill, Consultant Urological Surgeon, talks about his ongoing research collaboration with the mechanical engineering department of Heriot Watt University. The prime output...Read more

Practical management for patients receiving novel oral hormonal agents for mCRPC

In the video above, Jon Aning (Consultant Urological Surgeon, Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust) discusses novel oral hormonal agents for treating metastatic...Read more

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Meeting report
RSM winter meeting 2016
The RSM Urology Section winter meeting took place in Saalbach, Austria, in January 2016. President Tom McNicholas, supported by Honorary Secretary Rik Bryan, organised an extremely strong academic programme with an excellent mix of clinical urology, oncology, hospital management and general urology – summarised in this report… Read more

Article of the week
Reactive arthritis: can’t see, can’t pee, can’t climb a tree…
This article reviews the diagnosis and treatment of Reiter’s disease, also known as reactive arthritis, and reminds readers to be vigilant for its characteristic signs and symptoms.… Read more