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Scotland leads the way with PrEP

Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) against HIV has been approved in Scotland. Despite strong evidence that PrEP can reduce HIV transmission in high-risk men and women the preventative treatment is not...Read more

TRoMbone calls for recruits

Researchers are recruiting patients for a pilot study looking at the potential benefits of radical prostatectomy plus extended pelvic lymphadectomy in addition to standard treatment in patients with...Read more

Late HIV diagnosis in men

New diagnoses of HIV in heterosexual men continues to decline but late diagnosis is more likely than in any other group. Late diagnosis is a problem because these men have been living with an...Read more

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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

Caring for eating disorders in males: a marathon not a sprint

Eating disorder diagnoses in boys and men are on the increase. Some estimates are that 1 in 4 adults with an eating disorder is male. It can no longer be considered a ‘rare or...Read more

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

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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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Irritable bowel syndrome: enigmatic for doctors, problematic for patients
IBS is a functional gastro-intestinal disorder, characterised by chronic abdominal pain and an alteration in bowel habit. The symptoms of IBS can be debilitating and associated with a reduction in quality of life. Although in Europe IBS more often presents in women, men also suffer and this potential diagnosis should not be overlooked. Read more



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