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Big rise in STIs among gay men

Sexually transmitted diseases are on the increase among gay men, according to the latest government figures.Public Health England reports a 46% increase in the...Read more

Lymph node density a prognostic factor in bladder cancer

A new study indicates that lymph node (LN) density may be a predictor of outcome in bladder cancer.The meta-analysis, published this week in BMC Cancer, looked at the...Read more

Cancer drugs fund list shrinks

The government has removed 15 products from the list of treatments available under the Cancer Drugs Fund (CDF).NHS England will continue paying for only 59 of the 84...Read more

Latest Blogs

Bike 2 BAUS 2015

9am on Saturday 13 June and we all met outside BAUS HQ at the Royal college of Surgeons in Lincolns Inn Fields, 14 of us cycling to the BAUS annual conference...Read more

NICE recommend rejecting degarelix for acute metastatic prostate cancer

Your action is required urgently! Most unfortunately, NICE has recently recommended that degarelix should no longer be approved for use in patients presenting...Read more

Fixing dad

It's worrying to hear that one in six people in the UK suffers from type 2 diabetes and even more worrying to know that one in three of us is prediabetic for...Read more

Latest Videos

The STAMPEDE trial

In this short video, Noel Clarke (Consultant Urologist, The Christie and Salford Royal Hospitals, Manchester) discusses the results and implications of the STAMPEDE (Systemic...Read more

Key issues in bladder cancer

Mark Soloway (Professor of Urology, Miller School of Medicine, Miami, USA) was the winner of the 2015 BAUS St Paul's Medal. In this short video he discusses key issues in bladder...Read more

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Surgery in renal cell cancer
The incidence of renal cancer has increased over the past 30 years, with renal cell carcinoma being the most common form. In this article, Christopher Blick, Mark Sullivan and David Cranston discuss the surgical options for treatment of both localised and metastatic renal cell carcinoma…Read more