Dr Martha Haahr and Prof. Jens Sonksen talk about anew clinical trial showing that stem cells can restore sufficient erectile function to allow previously impotent men to have spontaneous intercourse.
Dr Amanda Chung (AU) looked into the consequences of surgery on the physical health of urologists. She shares the outcomes in this interview with EAU TV.
Interview with Prof. F. Hamdy (UK) on the ProtecT trial, a UK research project on Prostate Testing for Cancer and Treatment for EAU17.
EAU TV spoke to Mark Emberton, UCL, and Eva Johannson, University of Gothenburg at EAU16 about the use and limitations of active surveillance, how it affects quality of life, and a new drug that facilitates better prostate treatment.
EAU TV spoke with Dr Signe Benzon Larsen from Danish Cancer Society at EAU16 about her research into the affect Statins might have on prostate cancer mortality, and what it might mean for treatment in the future, as well...
EAU TV caught up with two more excellent poster presenters at EAU16: Friedrich Moll, looking at “The European Association of Urology and the Cold War: Observations, interests and influence of East German delegates 1972-1989 “, and Hsiao-Jen Chung on...
EAU Secretary General Prof. Chris Chapple talks about his first impression of EAU16 and the political ambitions of the European Association of Urology.
EAU TV went over to the EAU16 live surgery sessions, and heard from EAU delegates what they learned and why live surgery is a good way to learn.
EAU TV spoke to the EAU’s Executive Member responsible for science about the range of work on offer this year at EAU16. With the record number of submissions, we asked how one might produce the best possible research.
EAU TV went to EAU16’s first plenary session where presenters were discussing how guidelines are formed, and how this compares to more traditional ways of defining practice. We spoke to James N’Dow about the EAU’s role in creating guidelines,...