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URO TODAY: Permanent brachytherapy implants sometimes have a detrimental effect on a patient’s bowel, so German researchers have been looking at whether side effects are any worse 30 days to a year after treatment. READ MORE>

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URO TODAY: The risk of dying of a second cancer within 10 years after radical prostatectomy is 4.1%, lower than that of prostate cancer (5.4%), according to German researchers. READ MORE>

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JULY 28: URO TODAY: In prostate cancer salvage cases, cryoablation is the therapy of choice for localised prostate cancer, say German researchers. This is the result of standardisation of the procedure, definition of freeze-thaw cycles and structured training programmes. READ MORE>

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JUNE 7: URO TODAY:  German researchers have found that more severe forms of diabetes are associated with lower PSA levels. Their findings confirm the magnitude of reduction in PSA levels in diabetic men overall. READ MORE>

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JUNE 5: NEW PROSTATE CANCER INFO-LINK: German researchers conclude that adjuvant radio therapy for patients with high risk prostate cancer and  post-operatively undetectable PSA significantly reduces the risk of biochemical progression, but also note that further follow-up is needed to assess the effect on metastases-free and overall survival. READ MORE>

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