• 12 April 2014 20:02

    Declan Murphy: Social media, robots and a lot of enthusiasm

    Check out this great interview with Declan Murphy, who talks (quite seriously) about his presentation about the outcomes of RARP in an Australian study, and then (quite inspiringly) about the use of social media in urology.

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  • 12 April 2014 18:39

    A.L. Burnett: We shouldn't stop looking for better options, just because we can use PDE5 inhibitors

    In this informative AUA lecture, Prof. Burnett addresses some of the most important concequences of urological surgery.

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  • 12 April 2014 17:26

    B. Tombal: The future of trials in urology

    In this interview EORTC's current president talks about the current developments in the field of onco-urological trials. He stresses the need for a qualitative change in the way trials are designed to atteact practicing urologists to participate and offers examples of how this is already being ...

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  • 11 April 2014 21:02

    How to become a specialist in female and functional urology?

    Entering the field of female and functional urology for a general urologist is not as easy as it may seem, but it is doable, says Dr. Heesakkers from Nijmegen (NL). Here is how.

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  • 11 April 2014 18:14

    Florian Wagenlehner: GPIU update and cooperation with ECDC #eau14

    In the interview, Dr. Wagenlehner discusses the updated outcomes of the GPIU study and compares the results to some of the findings presented by the ECDC. His conclusions are disconcerting but there are positive developments as well.

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  • 13 March 2014 14:42

    Number of submitted abstracts for Stockholm exceeds 4,000 mark

    Italy, Germany and the United Kingdom took the Top 3 spots for submitting the highest number of abstracts for the 29th Annual EAU Congress, while the management of localised prostate cancer, advanced bladder cancer and surgical treatment for kidney tumours are the most studied topics.