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Touchy-feely robot for urology surgery

Bristol urologists are involved in developing a sophisticated robotic surgical system that allows surgeons to ‘feel’ the tissues and organs inside the body, just like they do during...Read more

Waist measurement key to CV risk assessment

Waist measurement divided by the square root of height is a better predictor of cardiovascular health than other measures, including BMI, according to researchers from the University of...Read more

New prostate cancer aggressiveness test

Researchers at the University of East Anglia have developed a new categorisation for prostate cancer that could predict more accurately which ones are aggressive. They analysed databases of gene...Read more

Latest Blogs

Will European doctors leave the NHS because of Brexit?

The majority of European doctors working in the UK are considering leaving the country because of Brexit, a survey by the General Medical Council (GMC) has found. Thousands could...Read more

Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV: effective but controversial

Despite continuing public information campaigns, there were 6095 new diagnoses of HIV in the UK in 2015. 75% of these new infections occurred in men, and men who have sex with men...Read more

A new digital service for men – without the latex glove

Men’s under-use of primary care services, not least general practice, is well known. Not only do men, especially younger men, consult less often than women, but they also take...Read more

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Medical manslaughter, patient safety and a just culture

There is growing concern about the increasing tendency of the Crown Prosecution Service to prosecute healthcare workers when things go wrong. The case of general surgeon David Sellu, who was...Read more

Genomics of renal cell carcinoma

This short video summarises the thoughts and discoveries of Dr Marston Linehan, Chief of Surgery at the National Institute of Health in Washington DC, USA, about the genomics of renal cell carcinoma...Read more

A snapshot of what TUF funds

Urological problems are an increasing issue (one in two of us will experience them in our lifetime) and The Urology Foundation (TUF) is the only UK charity that funds research into all urological...Read more

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Prostate cancer and testosterone replacement therapy: what is the risk?
The use of testosterone replacement therapy is increasing in men with hypogonadal symptoms. In this article the authors discuss the evidence that supports the careful use of testosterone replacement in men with successfully treated prostate cancer. Read more



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