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Every Month Matters: Living with Prostate Cancer

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  This video tells the story of Matt, who was diagnosed with advanced prostate cancer and told he only had two years to live. Nine years after he was diagnosed, Matt and his family share their experience of living with prostate cancer and how the diagnosis affected their lives. Every Month Matters is a disease awareness campaign funded by Astellas Pharma Europe Ltd. Please visit the campaign website Every Month Matters for more information. BJUI have no conflict of interest.…

Video: Dr Cooperberg’s article commentary on prostate cancer treatment

Primary treatments for clinically localised prostate cancer: a comprehensive lifetime cost-utility analysis Matthew R. Cooperberg, Naren R. Ramakrishna†, Steven B. Duff*, Kathleen E. Hughes‡, Sara Sadownik‡, Joseph A. Smith§ and Ashutosh K. Tewari¶ Departments of Urology and Epidemiology and Biostatistics, UCSF Helen Diller Family Comprehensive Cancer Center, San Francisco, CA, *Veritas Health Economics Consulting, Inc., Carlsbad, CA, †Department of Radiation Oncology, MD…

Procedure: Robot-assisted laparoscopic PN

A prospective comparison of surgical and pathological outcomes obtained after robot-assisted or pure laparoscopic partial nephrectomy in moderate to complex renal tumours: results from a French multicentre collaborative study Alexandra Masson-Lecomte1,2,3, Karim Bensalah5,6, Elise Seringe2,3, Christophe Vaessen1,2, Alexandre de la Taille4,7, Nicolas Doumerc8,9, Pascal Rischmann8,9, Franck Bruyère10,11, Laurent Soustelle12,13, Stéphane Droupy12,13 and Morgan Rouprêt1,2 1Department of Urology,…

TUF Cycling Across the Andes

The Patagonia trans-Andes Challenge was the fourth in the series of cycle rides that have taken us to Sicily, Malawi and Madagascar to raise funds for The Urology Foundation (TUF) a charity that supports research and training into all urological diseases. It brings 14 urologists, including the indefatigable Roland Morley, Neil Barber and Richard Hindley, not forgetting the incredibly plucky Jo Cresswell, together with patients and other enthusiastic supporters. The TUF team gathered in Bariloche,…

BJUI Online

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    Matthew Bultitude, BJUI Associate Editor, discusses the direction the Journal has taken towards the web. The video includes an explanation of the key features that can be found on the BJUI website, including the Article of the Week, Picture Quizzes, Polls, Blogs and Videos.

Dr Silberstein’s commentary on open vs robotic prostatectomy

A case-mix-adjusted comparison of early oncological outcomes of open and robotic prostatectomy performed by experienced high volume surgeons Jonathan L. Silberstein*, Daniel Su*, Leonard Glickman*, Matthew Kent†, Gal Keren-Paz*, Andrew J. Vickers†, Jonathan A. Coleman*‡, James A. Eastham*‡, Peter T. Scardino*‡ and Vincent P. Laudone*‡ *Department of Surgery, Urology Service, and †Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and…

Dr Paduch’s commentary on tadalafil and ejaculatory dysfunction

    Effects of 12 weeks of tadalafil treatment on ejaculatory and orgasmic dysfunction and sexual satisfaction in patients with mild to severe erectile dysfunction: integrated analysis of 17 placebo-controlled studies Darius A. Paduch*†, Alexander Bolyakov*†, Paula K. Polzer‡ and Steven D. Watts‡ *Department of Urology and Reproductive Medicine,Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY, †Consulting Research Services, Inc., Red Bank, NJ, and ‡Lilly Research…

The Fifth and Final Hike for Hope

The idea of a joint fund-raising trek in support of Prostate Cancer UK (formerly Prostate Action) and Well-Being of Women (WoW) dates back to 2005, when almost 100 trekkers joined us to walk across the desert to Petra in Jordan to raise more than £600,000 for these two noble causes. Neither Marcus Setchell nor I thought then that subsequently we would go on to trek in Kenya, Sinai, Kerala, and most recently Morocco, to raise an eventual cumulative sum of £1.3 million. The fifth and final Hike…

Michael Conlin’s commentary on NSAIDs

Pain relief after ureteric stent removal: think NSAIDs Nicholas N. Tadros, Lisa Bland, Edith Legg, Ali Olyaei and Michael J. Conlin* Oregon Health & Science University and *Portland Veterans Administration Medical Center, Portland, OR, USA OBJECTIVES • To determine the incidence of severe pain after ureteric stent removal. • To evaluate the efficacy of a single dose of a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID) in preventing this complication. PATIENTS AND METHODS • A…

NOTES Procedure

Natural orifice transluminal endoscopic surgery (NOTES): where are we going? A bibliometric assessment Riccardo Autorino*†, Rachid Yakoubi*, Wesley M. White‡, Matthew Gettman§, Marco De Sio†, Carmelo Quattrone†, Carmine Di Palma†, Alessandro Izzo†, Jeorge Correia-Pinto¶, Jihad H. Kaouk* and Estevão Lima¶ *Glickman Urological and Kidney Institute, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH, USA, †Urology Unit, Second University of Naples, Naples, Italy, ‡Division of Urologic…
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