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EMUC17: Using biomarkers in decision-making for RCC treatment

Renal cell carcinomas are among the most lethal in urological malignancies prompting doctors to search for tools such as biomarkers and other molecular techniques to distinguish aggressive diseases. With new research outcomes, physicians are hopeful that diagnosis and therapy...
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ESU introduces new urolithiasis e-course in collaboration with EULIS

The EAU Education Online course Introduction to Upper Urinary Tract Endoscopy for Stones is the latest installment to a series of highly-informative e-courses designed to equip junior urologists and to refresh the more experienced with the latest in ureteroscopic stone...

Discovery Award for Israeli bio-chip testing technology

An Israeli testing technology that rapidly identifies bacterial infection in hours instead of days has won the Discovery Award, a financing grant from the United Kingdom that will enable the team to further test and expand the use of...

Fundamentals on research strategies at ESUR17

Participate in riveting, interdisciplinary discussions on vital clinical and research topics at the upcoming 24th Meeting of the EAU Section of Urological Research (ESUR17). Set to take place from 12-14 October in Paris, France, the meeting will focus on...

“Prioritise prospective studies and real-world data”

The EAU Research Foundation is uniquely placed to conduct and coordinate important prospective trials in the coming years, its new chairman has told European Urology Today. Prof. Anders Bjartell (Malmö, SE) took over chairmanship of the EAU Research Foundation...

Young Urologists Competition presents fresh insights at BALTIC17

Fresh perspectives on various urological conditions were presented during the highly-anticipated Young Urologists Competition session of the 4th Baltic Meeting in conjunction with the EAU (BALTIC17) held for the second time in Vilnius, Lithuania. Chaired by Professors Bob Djavan (AT) and Michel...

BALTIC17 looks into best practices in uro-oncology

Vilnius welcomed more than 250 participants to the 4th Baltic Meeting (BALTIC17) with the opening session focusing on best and current practices in diagnosing and managing urological cancers particularly the role of biopsy techniques, imaging tools, quality of life...