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Male risk factors for stroke

Androgen deprivation and erectile dysfunction increase the risk of stroke in men, according to a large systematic review and meta-analysis published in...Read more

Green light for everolimus in renal cancer

The Cancer Drugs Fund has given the go-ahead for everolimus (Afinitor) in advanced renal cell carcinoma that has progressed during or after treatment with...Read more

USA men at higher cancer risk

Although deaths from cancer in the USA have fallen by 25% since the early 1990s, cancer deaths are still 40% higher in men than women, according to a report...Read more

Latest Blogs

‘Humanitarian crisis’ in the NHS?

The British Red Cross has said it has deployed staff to help in hospital and provided transport for discharged patients due to the current 'humanitarian...Read more

New year’s resolutions?

Happy New Year, everyone! As we embark on 2017, some sobering statistics have just emerged: four-fifths of middle-aged adults are putting themselves at risk...Read more

STPs: will they be deliverable?

As winter approaches, NHS managers in England will be even busier than usual. Handling the increased volume of emergency admissions to hospitals and juggling...Read more

Latest Videos

Reaching men in the community

Men have a lower life expectancy than women, but are notoriously reluctant to seek health care. Alan White (Professor of Men's Health, Leeds Beckett University) discusses the importance of reaching...Read more

Immunotherapy for advanced melanoma

Melanoma has quadrupled in incidence since 1970, affects men more than women, and has historically been difficult to treat once spread. In this short video, James Larkin (Medical Oncologist, The...Read more

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ARTICLE OF THE WEEK
Screening for hypogonadism: real-world considerations
Testosterone levels are increasingly being checked in primary care as awareness of the risks of male hypogonadism grows. The authors looked at what tests are performed in general practice in Cheshire to screen for hypogonadism and to rule out secondary hypogonadism. Read more

 

 

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