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It’s Mo time again!

It is fast approaching that time of year when friends and work colleagues may look unusually dishevelled and you wonder if they didn’t make it home last night. Of course this is...Read more

GP receptionists may put men off

Men may be put off making GP appointments to discuss a sensitive or potentially embarrassing health problem through fear of having to discuss it with the receptionist. Over a...Read more

Immunotherapies look promising in kidney cancer

A combination of immunotherapies, nivolumab (Opdivo) and ipilimumab (Yervoy), have shown significant efficacy in advanced kidney cancer. Results from the CheckMate-016 study,...Read more

Latest Blogs

Will training more doctors in the UK resolve the current problems of the NHS?

There is widespread agreement that the NHS is facing a crisis when it comes to doctor shortages. It is one of the underlying reasons why the dispute between...Read more

Recognising hypogonadism

Asif is 52 and has a two-year history of erectile dysfunction. He has hypertension and dyslipidaemia and a strong family history of diabetes, both parents and...Read more

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

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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Diagnosis and management of penile cancer

Cancer of the penis is rare, but if caught early has a good prognosis. In this article Clare Kane, Laura Sellers and Rowan Miller discuss the epidemiology, risk factors, presentation features and management of penile cancer.
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