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Male smoking falling at last

For the first time, the World Health Organization (WHO) reports that the number of men who smoke is falling. The findings demonstrate how government-led action can protect...Read more

Prostate cancer overtakes breast cancer diagnoses

Prostate cancer has become the most commonly diagnosed cancer in England, provisional figures from Public Health England show. There were 49 029 diagnoses of prostate cancer in...Read more

Aortic dissection diagnosis delay concerns

Nearly a fifth of patients with aortic dissection (AD) die before reaching hospital and half die before reaching a specialist centre, according to a report by the Healthcare...Read more

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Coronavirus: are we at the beginning of a major pandemic?

The origin of the current coronavirus epidemic has been linked to illegally traded wildlife at Wuhan's 'wet' seafood market, which sells live animals including bats, rabbits and...Read more

Do retired surgeons express regrets about their career?

A recently published study has evaluated the reflections of retired surgeons in North America on their life and career. Their results reveal that more than half (52.4%) of retired...Read more

NHS staff: please enter password…

5 minutes and 30 seconds: the time it took this morning for me to turn on my computer and have open all the applications required to start my clinic. This process required six...Read more

Latest Videos and Podcasts

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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Volume 11, Issue 1 January/February 2020

The January/February 2020 issue of Trends is now available online. Key topics include: testicular cancer, testosterone deficiency and the metabolic syndrome; active surveillance for prostate cancer; how to deal with microscopic haematuria in general practice; understanding the current NHS staff recruitment and retention crisis; NICE guidance on TULA in recurrent non-muscle-invasive bladder cancer; systemic lupus erythematosus; and clinical teaching fellows.
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