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New dawn of first ‘dementia-friendly generation’ heralded

A large poll conducted on under-18s has revealed that nearly a third of those surveyed know someone living with dementia, but many more lack understanding of the condition. Public Health England and the Alzheimer's...Read more

Male suicide at highest rate since 2001

Data from the Office for National Statistics has shown that the amount of men committing suicide in the UK has reached its highest level for more than a decade. 19 deaths by suicide for every 100 000 men in 2013 were...Read more

Teenager has world’s first penis reduction surgery

Surgeons have performed the world's first penis reduction operation on a teenager in Florida who complained it was reducing his ability to play sport and have sex. The US teen had visited doctors, saying his penis has...Read more

Latest Blogs

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 that the original...Read more

The shape of things to come – or is it?

Within the last week, the independent review Shape of Training has been published. The report has made 19 recommendations to change medical training, and some of these have raised...Read more

Ensuring patients die well is providing best-quality care

Every survey asking people if they were to have a terminal illness, where would they like to die, provides the same answer - at home with dignity, surrounded by family and loved...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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Article: Multiple myeloma
Multiple myeloma is characterised by the presence of malignant plasma cells in the bone marrow. The disorder, which has a higher incidence in men, can manifest with a myriad of non-specific signs and symptoms, so diagnosis is frequently delayedRead more

Article: Diagnosis and management of Peyronie’s disease – an evidence-based review
Eric Chung discusses how the growing volumes of literature should allow the clinician to educate and counsel patients on the many treatment options availableRead more