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Psoriasis outcomes improve for primary care initiative patients

Psoriasis dramatically improves for patients taking part in a GP-pharmacy programme, showing the benefit of tailored care plans.The programme...Read more

Report identifying processed meat as cancer risk labelled ‘scare story’

Lifestyle choices such as smoking, drinking alcohol and eating processed meat increase the risk of developing stomach cancer, according to a new...Read more

Early puberty increases chance of aggressive prostate cancer

Men who reach sexual maturity at an older age may have a lower risk of developing prostate cancer, according to a new study published in BMC...Read more

Latest Blogs

Nearly all clear

Following on from my last blog on the treatment of my oropharyngeal cancer, this update comes from the barn at Cwmbach Farm in the Brecon Beacons...Read more

PSA testing in primary care

The Prostate Cancer Risk Management Programme (PCRMP) has recently been updated and aims to help primary care give clear and balanced information to...Read more

Telling your patients to cut down on alcohol: does it work?

Excessive alcohol consumption is one of the biggest contributors towards ill health, accounting for almost 5% of the global burden of disease. It is...Read more

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PSA testing in primary care

The Prostate Cancer Risk Management Programme (PCRMP) has recently been updated and aims to help primary care give clear and balanced information to asymptomatic men who ask...Read more

‘Innovation in Urology’ day

Each year the RSM Urology Section hosts a programme of scientific events with national and international speakers exploring issues of interest to urologists.The ‘Innovation in...Read more

A new approach to drug discovery

Chas Bountra (Professor of Translational Medicine and Chief Scientist in the Structural Genomics Consortium at Oxford University) believes that too much competition, duplication...Read more

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The NICE primary care referral guideline for suspected bladder or renal cancer
The NICE primary care referral guideline for suspected bladder or renal cancer helps GPs identify the signs and symptoms, in addition to visible haematuria, that warrant referral for further investigation. In this article Mia Schmidt-Hansen and William Hamilton, who helped develop the guideline, describe the evidence and thinking behind the recommendations… Read more

The ‘Innovation in Urology’ day

This RSM Urology Section meeting, held on Friday 26 February 2016, was aimed at illustrating current innovations, exploring the process for generating ideas, their implementation and development by industry or funding bodies and how those championing new developments should interact with the regulatory process, especially NICE. It is summarised in this report… Read more

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