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VOLUME 11, ISSUE 4 JULY/AUGUST 2020
The July/August issue of Trends is now available online. The key topics include: the biological factors in men’s vulnerability to COVID-19; sudden cardiac death in athletes; non-specific urethritis and mycoplasma genitalium; the development of urine tests for detecting bladder cancer; cosmetic surgery in men; Britain’s anabolic steroid epidemic; and the hidden danger of social isolation and loneliness.