Tag: CEM16

CEM16: Romanian study identifies two SNPs linked to PCa

A Romanian study identified two single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) that were linked to a significant risk for high-grade prostate cancer tumours, according to an award-winning poster presented at the 16th Central European Meeting (CEM16) held over the weekend in...

CEM16: Romania leads best abstracts presentations in Vienna

Romania took the top prizes at the recently concluded 16th Central European Meeting (CEM16) with studies in prostate and renal cancers that impressed jurors with their innovative approaches and fresh perspectives. “The point differences among the top winners were...

CEM16: Robot-assisted laparoscopy to outpace robotic technology

Contrary to current views that robotic technology such as daVinci marks the end-phase of cutting-edge surgical technologies, the future may yet favor robot-assisted laparoscopy, which is far more feasible and beneficial than current robot techniques, according to a prominent robotic...

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...