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Think beyond prostate and bladder when lower urinary tract symptoms are present.
Are there reliable studies that back its use in my 35-year-old patient?
Is this a case of science or snake oil?
Serious causes must be ruled out, but many distressed patients can be reassured.
Two new studies are bursting the bubble about the value of screening men for prostate cancer.
Read our latest Understanding Men column.
The role of low testosterone levels in prevention of type 2 diabetes is not yet defined.
VTE risk reportedly peaks in the first six months then dwindles.
Understanding Men: Professor Gary Wittert writes about a sex-specific disease challenge.
Endocrine specialists have released the second part of an updated guide to prescribing.
It could be leading to a rise in cases of higher-grade cancers, urologists fear.
Understanding Men: Often doctors do not initiate the discussion, and the chance to preserve...
Defective genes play a greater role in aggressive prostate cancer than previously thought.
Clinical signs and symptoms of hypogonadism are only weakly correlated with testosterone levels in older men,...
The beauty of the new guidelines lies in their singularity, not their simplicity.
Journal grab: A new study claims to have some of the answers.
There are many other more common types of benign scrotal lumps to consider, says Dr Jeremy Grummet...
Targeting obesity may be a better first option.
Young men are increasingly challenged by chronic disease but reluctant to visit their GP, says Professor...
Understanding Men: With declining rates of circumcision, knowledge about foreskin conditions is of...
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