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Monkey’s try out new male contraceptive

A potential new approach to male contraception has been reported on the BBC news. The method involves injecting a high molecular weight polymer into the vas deferens. In the small study published in...Read more

New approach cuts liver function tests and saves money

Testing liver function in people on statins is largely unnecessary and costly for the NHS, say researchers. A study, published in the British Journal of General Practice, showed that testing for...Read more

Prostate cancer in the over 70s: updated guidance

Elderly patients with prostate cancer should be managed according to their individual health status and not according to age, say updated guidelines from the International Society of Geriatric...Read more

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Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) for HIV: effective but controversial

Despite continuing public information campaigns, there were 6095 new diagnoses of HIV in the UK in 2015. 75% of these new infections occurred in men, and men who have sex with men...Read more

A new digital service for men – without the latex glove

Men’s under-use of primary care services, not least general practice, is well known. Not only do men, especially younger men, consult less often than women, but they also take...Read more

Is there a role for ‘teaching’ leadership and management?

There is more and more emphasis on doctors to develop their leadership and management skills, but how do we do this and when is the right time for it to be done? We know that...Read more

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RSM Urology Winter Meeting 2017

Between 27 January and 4 February 2017 the RSM Urology section held its annual Winter Meeting in Northstar, California. The short video above captures the flavour of the meeting, which was not only...Read more

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ARTICLE OF THE WEEK
Men and obesity: what are the issues?
Obesity is a major and growing problem for men in the UK. In this article Professor Haslam describes the damaging health consequences of obesity, the obesity paradox, and traces the journey that now puts carbohydrate in the frame in place of fat. Read more

 

 

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