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We live in a dehumanizing world. Out of a need for efficiency, convenience, and reassurance, we both dehumanize and are dehumanized routinely in our commerce and relationships. We [...]
I’m sure I’m not the only one to board a long haul flight with the aim of catching up on a little CPD reading, only to be led astray by a series of films that later I’ll never admi[...]
In May 2015, Brazil reported for the first time home-grown cases of Zika virus, since that moment the cases have increased dramatically and the infection caused by this virus has b[...]
The rate of PSA-based screening over the last 35 years can be compared with driving your car from the Netherlands to Italy. It starts with a rather flat drive, perhaps a few hills i[...]
This year the urology section of the RSM held their annual winter meeting in Saalbach, Austria hosted by Tom McNicholas and Rik Bryan.  Kicking off the meeting was a state of the a[...]
Research headlines that attract the most publicity are those that show success in benefitting patients, whether it is through new targeted drugs or new immunotherapies. Many funding[...]
It is hard to believe that 3 years have elapsed since my new team took over publishi ng the BJUI, aiming to make it ‘the most read surgical journal on the web’. Many of our readers[...]
I landed on a bright sunny Brisbane morning for the Urological Society of Australia and New Zealand (USANZ) Trainee Week 2015 – an annual, 5 day, comprehensive, bi-national c[...]
For the first WRSE24 we had over 2500 unique viewers registered from 61 countries (58 on the day). This time we want you the global audience to get involved and participate online [...]
Recently, there has been substantial progress in our understanding of many key issues in urological oncology, which is the focus of this month’s BJUI. One of the most substantial p[...]