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OPTIMA: improving prostate cancer treatment through AI

The European Association of Urology (EAU) is co-coordinating OPTIMA: a public-private partnership of 36 partners spanning 13 countries that officially launched earlier this week. OPTIMA’s aim is to revolutionise oncology care in Europe by improving broad data access, using AI-driven technology and...

EAU21 General Assembly: New EAU Board and Executive Members

Typically, the Annual EAU Congress is also the occasion for the annual General Assembly, where new positions within the EAU are approved and other matters voted on by the membership. Because of the last-minute postponement and decision to hold...

Why early detection for prostate cancer is vital

This article was written by Prof. Hein Van Poppel (BE) and Mrs. Sarah Collen (BE) of the European Association of Urology and by Ms. Sarah Coghlan (GB) and Ms. Kellie Paich (US) of Movember. It was published as part...

Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan brings hope to PCa patients

Prostate cancer among the cancers considered for possible extension of targeted cancer screening We warmly welcome the launch of Europe’s Beating Cancer Plan of the European Commission, in particular the planned activities under early detection. The Commission aims to...