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Track resistance in STIs, warns world health organisation

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has issued new guidance for the treatment of sexually transmitted infections after new cases of high level...Read more

More men to access prostate cancer drug

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has released new guidance recommending radium-223 dichloride (Xofigo) for people with...Read more

NICE recommends degarelix

Degarelix (Firmagon) is now recommended as a treatment for men with advanced hormone-dependent prostate cancer with spinal metastases. The drug is a...Read more

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Hypersexuality: an issue we all need to be aware of

Hypersexuality and its associates (sexual preoccupation and sexual compulsivity) may cause men who live with these disorders severe anxiety and distress....Read more

ProtecT study: what are its implications?

The results of the landmark ProtecT trial have just been published in the New England Journal of Medicine (2016; DOI: 10.1056/NEJMoa1606221). In the ProtecT...Read more

Healthcare professionals can help reduce male suicide

On the 4 February 2016, The Telegraph reported: It’s been a week of bad news when it comes to men’s mental health and wellbeing. First, the ONS announced...Read more

Latest Videos

Reaching men in the community

Men have a lower life expectancy than women, but are notoriously reluctant to seek health care. Alan White (Professor of Men's Health, Leeds Beckett University) discusses the...Read more

Immunotherapy for advanced melanoma

Melanoma has quadrupled in incidence since 1970, affects men more than women, and has historically been difficult to treat once spread. In this short video, James Larkin (Medical...Read more

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Volume 7 Issue 5 
September/October 2016
Read our latest issue of Trends in Urology & Men’s Health, which contains a broad range of articles on hypersexuality, overactive bladder, penile cancer, lung cancer, testosterone and CV disease, men’s health, erectile dysfunction and more… Read more

The management of hypersexuality in men
by Belinda Winder
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