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CEM17: Young urologists show best work in well-attended contest

Eight young urologists from across Central Europe showed their best work and innovative insights in various topics ranging from penile cancer, new training models to donor nephrectomy, during the Young Urologists Competition held in the second day of the 17th...

CEM17 takes up onco-urology issues in Plzen

Onco-urological experts examined current issues during the first plenary session of the EAU 17th Central European Meeting (CEM17) held in conjunction with the 63rd Annual Conference of the Czech Urological Society (CUS) which opened today in Plzen, Czech Republic. “We...

CEM16: Looking beyond surgery to boost urology

It is essential to look beyond the boundaries of surgery and instead focus on organ-based management approaches if urology has to hurdle future challenges. This was the challenge highlighted by Prof. Manfred Wirth, EAU Treasurer and Communications head  during his remarks at the first plenary session...

CEM15: Surgical limits in metastatic kidney cancer

Not all patients with advanced kidney cancer would benefit from nephrectomy, prompting experts to consider other less radical or aggressive options such as partial nephrectomy or lymph node dissection. “Partial nephrectomy should be considered standard of care whenever possible...

CEM15: Identifying needs of young urologists in Europe

Continuing education, specialized training and the crucial role of respecting diversity in a region such as Europe were among the key messages given during the opening session of the 15th Central European Meeting (CEM15) which opened today in Budapest, Hungary....