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Nice verdict on Radium-223 imminent

In the wake of its removal from The Cancer Drugs Fund, final NICE recommendations on the use of Radium-223 used to treat advanced prostate cancer are...Read more

TUF Cycle India

Roger Kirby and a team of 50 fellow urologists, patients and supporters will be cycling 500km through rural Rajahastan, India, on 19-28 November....Read more

Caution urged on PARP prostate trial

The NHS Choices website that puts media reports of clinical trials into context for patients has urged caution over the results of the recent PARP...Read more

Latest Blogs

Rugby World Cup 2015 – an unforgettable tournament…

If you are an 'All Black' from New Zealand you will be content and happy.Rugby supporters from all the other participating countries will have painful memories of what...Read more

Should junior doctors strike?

Last week junior doctors in England voted on possible strike action over their hours of work and their pay. As I write this blog the result is unknown, but from the...Read more

Health Improvement Project Zanzibar

The richer nations of the world have spent huge sums of money over many years to try to improve health outcomes due to extreme poverty – an estimated £1.1 trillion...Read more

Latest Videos

Men and the metabolic syndrome

Mike Kirby (GP and Visiting Professor, University of Hertfordshire and The Prostate Centre) focuses on the metabolic syndrome, an increasingly important issue given the...Read more

Avoiding medical errors in general practice

Jonny Coxon (GP, Beaconsfield Medical Practice, Brighton) discusses the main types of error in general practice and how these might be avoided.This video accompanies...Read more

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New Trends issue
View our latest issue of Trends in Urology & Men’s Health (volume 6, issue 6, November/December 2015), packed with a fascinating selection of articles covering topics such as muscle-invasive bladder cancer, surviving a manslaughter prosecution, typhoid fever, lessons to be learned from breast cancer, national men’s health policies, and more…Read more