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Men at greater risk of COVID-19

More than 70% of early COVID-19 patients who have been admitted to intensive care units in the UK are men, according to the first report from the Intensive Care National Audit...Read more

PrEP to be ‘routinely available’

Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) will be made ‘routinely available’ to people at risk of contracting HIV from April. NHS England has announced it will cover the costs of the...Read more

Post-SSRI sexual dysfunction not widely recognised

Sexual dysfunction following use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) is under-recognised and can be debilitating both psychologically and physically, says a...Read more

Latest Blogs

The COVID-19 pandemic: the world reels

Within hours of the Prime Minister’s decisions to first request and then impose restrictions on the daily life of the British people, the streets of our cities and towns were...Read more

COVID-19: working together in the NHS

I’m not meant to be here in London today; I shouldn’t be packing away my FRCS revision and receiving refunds from cancelled courses. I run past closed restaurants, pubs and...Read more

UK response to COVID-19: will society be the same again?

I write on 18th March 2020. Nothing will ever be the same again; a previously unknown virus that crept into our consciousness at the beginning of February has now spread around...Read more

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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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In order to help inform you in these troubling times, Trends in Urology and Men’s Health is working to provide up-to-date blogs and articles on the current COVID-19 outbreak and its impact on healthcare professionals. This is part of a shared initiative within Wiley to make all the latest research on COVID-19 freely accessible to help tackle the virus and its impact. 



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