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New issue of Trends
Volume 9, Issue 1
The new issue of Trends is now available online. Key topics include: gender reassignment surgery, sequencing treatment for metastatic prostate cancer, urine sample collection, brachytherapy in prostate disease, the risk of cancer after bladder replacement and leptospirosis.