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‘Do YOU have a hazardous waist?’

Men’s Health Week 2017 is themed around the problem of abdominal obesity – or ‘belly fat’ – with men being challenged ‘Do YOU have a hazardous waist?’. The week, which runs from June...Read more

Heart failure ‘malignancy’ in men

Despite advances in treatment, heart failure in men is as ‘malignant’ as most common cancers, according to a new study. A study, published in the European Journal of Heart Failure...Read more

Quit smoking drugs get safety thumbs up

Varenicline (Champix) and bupropion (Zyban) are not associated with serious adverse cardiovascular and neuropsychiatric events in smokers with COPD, according to a recent study (Thorax 2017;...Read more

Latest Blogs

Should NHS managers be regulated?

NHS managers should be subject to professional regulation in the same way that doctors are - according to Sir Robert Francis QC - who led the public inquiry into failings at Mid...Read more

Are all surgeons arrogant?

The recent publicity surrounding the prosecution and conviction of breast cancer surgeon Ian Paterson risks seriously undermining trust in surgery and in surgeons, especially in...Read more

Blowing our TRoMbone

The UK feasibility randomised trial Testing Radical prostatectomy in men with prostate cancer and oligoMetastases to the bone (TRoMbone) has opened at Oxford University Hospitals...Read more

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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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The sexual consequences of congenital pelvic anomalies
Congenital pelvic anomalies are relatively rare in males. Little is known about their impact on sexual function and activity as these boys grow into men. In this article the author looks at the data available and encourages health professionals who look after such patients not to be afraid to discuss sex. Read more



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