Men have a lower life expectancy than women, but are more reluctant to seek health care. Trends in Urology & Men’s Health focuses on supporting healthcare professionals to resolve this conundrum – to help men help themselves – by providing high-quality material from leading specialists on all aspects of men’s health, including cardiovascular, urological, diabetes, sexual and mental health problems. Sign up for e-alerts and print copies.

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Prostate cancer diagnosis delays

The average time it takes for a man to receive a diagnosis of prostate cancer from first relevant presentation in England is 55 days. This compares to 14 days for breast cancer...Read more

Shingles vaccination rates fall again

Shingle vaccination rates have fallen below 50% and are the lowest since the programme began four years ago, according to data released by Public Health England (PHE). An...Read more

Man flu – don’t take it lying down

Men accused of ‘man flu’ this Christmas should put up a rigorous defence according to Canadian Kyle Sue, clinical assistant professor in family medicine, writing in the...Read more

Latest Blogs

Addressing trans people…

For healthcare professionals who have not treated trans people before, how to address them can be a worry. But it does not need to be this way and needn’t involve big changes to...Read more

Coping with the emotional trauma associated with surgical complications

Many years ago Rene Leriche wrote: “Every surgeon carries within himself a small cemetery, where from time to time he goes to pray – a place of bitterness and regret, where he...Read more

Should there be choice at the end of life?

Recently there has been a cultural shift away from medical paternalism and towards the empowerment of patients to make decisions about their own care. Nowhere is this change more...Read more

Latest Videos

Kilimanjaro 2003: Prostate Cancer UK

In the Autumn of 2003, 14 of us set out to climb Mt Kilimanjaro to raise funds for the Prostate Research Campaign UK (now Prostate Cancer UK). I am pleased to say that all 14 of us got to the summit...Read more

Management of invasive bladder cancer

In this short video James Catto, Professor in Urological Surgery at The University of Sheffield, discusses the management of invasive bladder cancer. Professor Catto was the Malcolm Coptcoat visiting...Read more

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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.  
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