Tag: Bladder Cancer

New EAU Edu Platform delivers best topic-based content

With the abundance of online sources in the age of Google, reliable and concise content is king. Hence the inception of the new and improved EAU Edu Platform. An initiative by the European Association of Urology (EAU) in collaboration...

BCa18: Road maps in personalising bladder cancer treatment

Bladder cancer, one of the most aggressive recurrent onco-urological malignancies, poses a special challenge to cancer experts due to the lack of response from many patients particularly  those who are diagnosed at a late stage. The EAU Update on...

BCa18: Delivering key updates in bladder cancer management

With the fast-changing treatment landscape in bladder cancer, diagnosing and managing urothelial tumours require cancer specialists to be highly proficient in decision-making and knowledgeable on various treatment approaches including novel therapeutic strategies. To meet the current need for an...

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...
Bladder Cancer Health Report 2016

Bladder Cancer Europe 2016 meeting: Urgent policy action needed

To highlight the importance of tackling bladder cancer issues the International Centre for Parliamentary Studies (iCPS) organised last June the Bladder Cancer Europe 2016 meeting. Several EAU representatives were present at this pivotal roundtable meeting in Brussels to discuss the ongoing challenges in...
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EAU joins Bladder Cancer Europe roundtable meeting in Brussels

The International Centre for Parliamentary Studies (iCPS) will hold on June 21, 2016 the Bladder Cancer Europe 2016 meeting to highlight the importance of tackling bladder cancer issues by inviting key stakeholders from various sectors. Represented by Prof. Hein Van...