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Black men are less willing to be tested for prostate cancer

Black males are less willing to be investigated for prostate cancer despite being more prone to the disease. A study published in the British Journal of General Practice notes that less than half of black males deemed...Read more

Male prostate cancer raises women’s risk of breast cancer

Researchers have found that a family history of prostate cancer may also put women at an increased risk of breast cancer. Published in the journal Cancer, the study says women whose father or brother has prostate...Read more

Average penis size determined in study

A review of data on flaccid and erect penis lengths from over 15 000 men is being used to reassure concerned males who might be troubled that they are not within a perceived ‘normal range’. The new findings in BJU...Read more

Latest Blogs

Taking the lead: success and leadership in medicine

To be a leader, it is important to be perceived as successful. That of course begs the question: how can ‘success’ in medicine’ be defined? Unlike the...Read more

PSA – targeting the men at highest risk

PSA testing - as controversial as ever, with views ranging from ‘every man should know his PSA’ to ‘PSA is a terrible test and men should be strongly...Read more

NICE draft guidelines on referral for suspected cancer – two steps forward and another step back for bladder cancer

The updated NICE guidelines on referral for suspected cancer have recently been put out for consultation amongst stakeholders (1). Whilst there is no doubt...Read more

Latest Videos

RSM Winter Meeting, Zanzibar: urology in the developing world

Mark Speakman (President of BAUS) was in Zanzibar for the RSM Winter Meeting on 16-24 January 2015. In this short video, he discusses the healthcare system of the island,...Read more

Chronic prostatitis/chronic pelvic pain syndrome

Jonathan Rees (GP with a special interest in urology) discusses a guideline produced by the Prostatitis Expert Reference Group (PERG), which provides a framework for initial...Read more

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Report: Malcolm Coptcoat and spring short papers meeting 2015
Read Sanchia Goonewardene’s report on this meeting hosted by the Royal Society of Medicine urology section…Read more

Report: 2015 Genitourinary Cancers Symposium
Simon Hughes summarises the first half of the meeting, which was dedicated to carcinomas of the prostate and bladder…Read more

Browse the new Trends issue
Volume 6, issue 2, Mar/Apr 2015…Read more