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Success for HPV in boys campaign

Boys in England will be offered the HPV vaccine alongside girls, the public health minister Steve Brine announced on 24 July. This announcement follows advice from the...Read more

Identifying testicular cancer

A large matched-control study (click here for study) in men over 17 has identified clinical markers of testicular cancer that could facilitate earlier diagnosis and more accurate...Read more

Variations in access to pre-biopsy MRI

Access to multiparametric MRI (mpMRI) before a prostate biopsy is patchy around the UK and in some areas scans are not being offered at all. Based on a freedom of information...Read more

Latest Blogs

Catheter care in the community

There are some bizarre contradictions in our attitude to indwelling urinary catheters (IDC). We are quick to put them in but are reluctant to take them out. In nearly a half...Read more

Mental Health and the Criminal Justice System

Men, and to a lesser extent women, with mental health conditions constitute a considerable proportion of the prison population. The National Institute for Health and Care...Read more

Don’t overlook the elderly for prostate cancer treatment

Prostate cancer is a common malignancy in men with a predilection for the elderly. Despite this, many prostate cancer medical trials under-represent the geriatric population and...Read more

Latest Videos

My prostate cancer diagnosis

In this short video, Stephen Fry candidly discusses how an elevated PSA level during his annual health check set off a chain of further medical tests that resulted in his eventual diagnosis with...Read more

Cardiovascular outcome trials in diabetes

Professor Mike Kirby, GP and Visiting Professor to the University of Hertfordshire and The Prostate Centre, London, discusses diabetes in men and what we have learnt from the recent cardiovascular...Read more

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Radiotherapy in elderly patients with prostate cancer

Prostate cancer is considered to be a disease of the elderly, with a median age of presentation in the UK of 66. Significant numbers of patients are therefore older and the management of this patient cohort can be more challenging. This article highlights some of the methods that can be used to assess the elderly prostate cancer patient and the studies relevant to making appropriate management decisions.
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