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High visceral body fat increases risk of advanced prostate cancer

Higher levels of visceral fat and thigh subcutaneous fat are associated with an increased risk of advanced and fatal prostate cancer, according to a recent study published in...Read more

Breast cancer drug shows promise in treating prostate cancer

Results from a new clinical trial show Olaparib, a gene-targeted drug currently licensed to delay progression of breast and ovarian cancer, can also delay progression of prostate...Read more

New blood test offers potential for earlier heart failure diagnosis

Researchers at Queen’s University Belfast have developed a new blood test that offers the potential to provide an earlier and more accurate diagnosis of heart failure than...Read more

Latest Blogs

Finding solutions to the developing NHS workforce crisis

The NHS is currently facing a workforce crisis. One in 12 posts (8%) are now vacant around England. This is partly a reflection of a growing global shortage of healthcare workers,...Read more

TUF cycle ride: Costa Rica

The Urology Foundation (TUF) is planning a cycle challenge across Costa Rica from the 16th – 27th November. Take a look at this video, which has images from the previous seven...Read more

Men’s Health Week: who self-cares wins

Men’s Health Week starts on 10 June and is 25 years old this year. It began in the USA in 1994 following a Senate Joint Resolution to establish the Week by Senator Bob Dole. The...Read more

Latest Videos

Management of urinary incontinence following prostate cancer treatment

In this short video Culley Carson, Rhodes Distinguished Professor and Chief of Urology at the University of North Carolina, USA, discusses the current outcomes of prostate cancer treatment; in...Read more

Peyronie’s disease: a less known issue of erectile dysfunction

In this short video Culley Carson, Rhodes Distinguished Professor and Chief of Urology at the University of North Carolina, USA, discusses the diagnosis and management of Peyronie's disease. In...Read more

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Volume 10, Issue 3 May/June 2019

The May/June 2019 issue of Trends is now available online. Key topics include: the evidence for mpMRI triage in prostate cancer; non-pharmacological solutions for dementia in men; men and self-care; simulation in urological surgery training; assisted dying in the UK; and ‘Trexit’ – the initiative to end transrectal prostate biopsies. 
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