Tag: Prostate Cancer

EMUC18: Finding durable solutions in prostate cancer management

Although in Europe the debate has begun on how to deliver uniform and quality care for prostate cancer (PCa) patients, healthcare experts and physicians are encountering deeply-rooted issues that range from financial costs, poor patient recruitment in key trials...

Czech Republic, Romania lead in CEM17’s best poster presentations

Innovative research from Czech Republic and Romania dominated the best poster presentations at the 17th Central European Meeting (CEM17) with studies by Czech urologists collecting four of the six best poster prizes. In the Young Urologist Competition, Hungarian D.P....

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...

PCa17: What to expect in future prostate cancer management

The number of promising biomarkers at different molecular levels are increasing, accompanied by numerous testing in the market, but cancer experts say independent and prospective validation is crucial to help the medical community eventually provide optimal care to cancer...

PCa17: Interactive, compact meeting opens in Vienna

Challenges in diagnosis, staging and patient selection were among the issues taken up in the first plenary session of the EAU Update on Prostate Cancer (PCa17) opened in Vienna today. With more than 300 participants including faculty and exhibitors,...