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Men’s health absent from policy agendas

Men’s health is generally absent from policies and programmes at all levels, according to a new report from the Global Action on Men’s Health. From the Margins to the...Read more

Caution urged on baldness and COVID-19 claims

There have been media reports that bald men are at higher risk of COVID-19 and should be treated with caution, according to a ‘Fact Check’ by Channel Four News. The research...Read more

Enzalutamide shows overall survival benefits

Enzalutamide has previously been shown to significantly improve metastasis-free survival in men with nonmetastatic, castration-resistant prostate cancer and rapidly increasing PSA...Read more

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One for all – and all for one

So far, one positive element experienced during the COVID-19 pandemic has been the increased collaboration between colleagues from different disciplines; often driven by the...Read more

Dexamethasone potential in treating COVID-19 patients

Dexamethasone has been reported to reduce deaths by up to a third in hospitalised patients with severe respiratory complications of COVID-19. The study is named the RECOVERY...Read more

Waiting lists: a mountain to climb!

A dramatic drop in the number of urgent cancer referrals, coupled with soaring waiting times for treatment due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, seems likely to put an already...Read more

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COVID-19: biological factors in men’s vulnerability

The current COVID-19 outbreak has raised many questions, in particular the disproportionately higher number of deaths among men compared with women. Due to the severity of the pandemic, a vast...Read more

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

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VOLUME 11, ISSUE 3: MAY/JUNE 2020
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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