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EAU Stockholm 2014

Late Breaking News: Positive results from enzalutamide study on metastatic prostate cancer patients
The results of the Phase 3 Prevail Study on enzalutamide showed significant benefit to prostate cancer patients including delaying the progression of metastatic disease, reducing the risk of death and delaying the start of cytotoxic chemotherapy.
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Plenary Session 5: Update and controversies in prostate cancer
“The 29th EAU Congress has been a success. Particularly the attendance of countries beyond Europe was very high, for example Latin American countries like Brazil and Venezuela,” said Prof. Per-Anders Abrahmsson (Malmö, SE) in his opening remarks during the last Plenary Session of this year’s event. The session was titled Update and controversies in prostate cancer, and it dealt with all aspects of the PCa, from genomic alterations to risk stratification.
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Innovation in minimally-invasive techniques for the treatment of BPH
Prof. Maurice Michel (Mannheim, DE) discussed the innovation in minimally-invasive treatment of BPH in Monday’s Thematic Session 11. This type of treatment can be done in an out-patient setting and is less invasive than surgical treatment.
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High-risk PCa: Urological or radiation oncological approach
In the multidisciplinary Thematic Session 18, the urological and radiation oncological approaches to high-risk prostate cancer were discussed. The chairman of the session, Prof. Christian Stief (Munich, DE), introduced the debate by stating that the audience would hear “not necessarily opposing but merely different views on how to treat patients.”
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Reconstructive Urology: The present and the future
In a slightly adapted format due to the regretful absence of several speakers, Thematic Session 16 managed to convey a good look at the current state of reconstructive urology, as well as its future. In the words of the Session Chairman, Dr. René Yiou (FR): “The speakers gave a nice overview of each topic, and even I learned a lot. My only regret is that we did not have time for questions or discussion.”
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Hands-on Training: Applying Botulinumtoxin A
The application of Botulinum toxin A is still a budding area of expertise, and not without controversy, as could be seen in the heated debate at the Plenary Session of Day 4 of the EAU Congress in Stockholm. As part of the educational efforts of the European School of Urology (ESU) a small hands-on-training workshop on Botulinum toxin A was carried out today.
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Refractory problems in functional urology open Day 4 of the EAU Congress
"What is needed is more involvement from urologists at the urodynamic lab,” said Prof. Paul Abrams (Bristol, GB), during the Société Internationale d’Urologie Lecture at Plenary Session 3. For him, the usefulness of urodynamics is still doubted by some not only because of the absence of clear, level 1 evidence, but also because of a usage issue. In his view, older urologists may not trust urodynamics tests because they are relatively new, whereas young urologists may lack the training. Further compounding the issue, some urodynamics labs still operate with lower quality standards, which make the results unreliable in most cases. However, as the tests become more widespread, all these constraints are bound to fade.
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A. Breda: How to reduce bleeding during partial nephrectomy?

In this interview, Dr. A Breda summarizes best practices on the reduction of bleeding as a complication of partial nephrectomy.

A paradigm shift in the treatment of pelvic pain

In this interview, R. Peeker is talking about the changes in urology practice which enable a better differentiated approach to the treatment of patients with pelvic pain.

Declan Murphy: Social media, robots and a lot of enthusiasm

In this interview, Prof. Kuczyk summarises some of the take home messages from the joint EAU-ESSO meeting at the #eau14.

Prof. Bob Djavan on the ambitions of the EAU Regional Office

In this interview, Prof. Djavan talks about the role of the EAU Regional Office at #eau14 and its ambitious plans for the upcoming years.

Upcoming Events

19 AprCUA-EAU programme on LUTS
Beijing, China
20 Apr -
21 Apr
Chinese Urology Education Programme (CUEP I)
Beijing, China
09 MayESU organised course at the time of the national congress of the Romanian Association of Urology
Bucharest, Romania
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