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Don’t omit ADT following radiotherapy

Androgen deprivation therapy (ADT) should be added to external beam radiotherapy (EBRT) in patients with localised prostate cancer and improves overall survival (OS) more than...Read more

Surgical versus medical castration in prostate cancer

Surgical castration for metastatic prostate cancer has declined rapidly in recent years but may be an under-utilised option for some men, according to researchers from the...Read more

Options for hot flush management in prostate cancer

UK Medicines Information (UKMi) has published a review of the current strategies for managing hot flushes associated with hormone treatment for prostate cancer. Up to 75% of men...Read more

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Do YOU have any ICU experience? Deployment of staff across the NHS

Sophie Rintoul-Hoad is an ST6 Urology Trainee at St Georges Hospital; Olayinka Gbolahan is an ST4 Urology Trainee at Northwick Park Hospital – both were redeployed to work in...Read more

COVID-19: part two, the economic impact of lockdown

If you are under the illusion that the plaudits being heaped on the NHS and its staff by our political leaders will swiftly translate into billions of pounds for the public...Read more

COVID-19 priority research: a call to action

An understanding is growing that although the ongoing COVID-19 shutdown is vital to contain the coronavirus, putting society into a suspended animation is only a stop-gap...Read more

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Journal watch: recent medical studies with a ‘take-home message’

In the next in our series of Trends in Urology and Men’s Health podcasts, Mike Kirby, Editor of Trends in Urology and Men's Health, returns to the microphone to go over some important recent...Read more

Testicular cancer, testosterone deficiency and the metabolic syndrome

In the first of a series of Trends in Urology and Men's Health podcasts, Mike Kirby, GP and Visiting Professor to the University of Hertfordshire, discusses the association between testicular...Read more

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In the latest issue of Trends in Urology and Men’s Health we are making sure to cover the recent updates in the current COVID-19 pandemic. Key topics include: the impact of COVID-19 on prostate cancer care; male sexual disorders and the options for psychotherapeutic management; HIFU focal therapy for prostate cancer; male mortality and the German response to COVID-19; research and urology at a time of COVID-19; and self-harm and suicide in men. 



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