Men have a lower life expectancy than women, but are more reluctant to seek health care. Trends in Urology & Men’s Health focuses on supporting healthcare professionals to resolve this conundrum – to help men help themselves – by providing high-quality material from leading specialists on all aspects of men’s health, including cardiovascular, urological, diabetes, sexual and mental health problems. Sign up for e-alerts and print copies.

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Early flagging of colorectal cancer

A smart computer algorithm that interrogates patient data to identify patients at high risk of colorectal cancer has been reviewed by NICE...Read more

£75 million for prostate cancer

The Prime Minister, Theresa May, has promised £75 million for research focused on getting prostate cancer diagnosed earlier and faster. The research will investigate innovative...Read more

TV support for Project 84

ITV’s This Morning programme is championing the campaign for greater recognition and action against male suicide. 84 figures have been placed on the TV building roof to...Read more

Latest Blogs

Healthcare: ripe for disruption

Consumers are now beginning to expect their doctors to offer the same convenience and personalisation as online shoppers with Amazon. The way we live our lives has undergone...Read more

Lower back pain: advances, yes but problem solved, no

As I sit gazing at the snowflakes fluttering down onto the contours of the Swiss Alps, my mild lower backache, as a consequence of a week's hard skiing, reminds me of the severe...Read more

Five Previous Hikes for Hope, and now a Sixth in Ethiopia!

More than a decade ago Marcus Setchell (now Sir Marcus) came up with the idea of us linking up for a 'Hike for Hope' in order to raise funds for both gynaecological and...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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Volume 9, Issue 2 March/April 2018

The new issue of Trends is now available online. Key topics include: practical approaches to nocturia, the conundrum that is lower back pain, the role of CT colonography for primary colorectal cancer screening, the diabetes crisis in men and donating medical equipment to Zimbabwe.
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