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12/12/2017 - Man flu and Peppa Pig pose GP problems
It's time to stop snivelling about men who claim to have "man flu" - researchers in Canada believe that the phenomenon could be real. More

07/11/2017 - AI to predict radiotherapy side-effects
A “big data” project is seeking to build a model that can predict the risk of side-effects from radiotherapy for prostate cancer, a conference will be told today. More

11/10/2017 - Male fertility concerns
Urgent action must be taken over the decline in male fertility in the Western world, an expert says today. More

05/09/2017 - PARP inhibitors show prostate care promise
PARP inhibitors may be the key to improving the effectiveness of prostate cancer treatment, researchers at Surrey University, UK, report today. More

25/08/2017 - Artwork technique applied to prostate cancer
An imaging technique developed to research old artworks can be used to monitor the treatment of prostate cancer, British researchers have revealed. More

18/08/2017 - Fertility hope for men with extra chromosomes
A new technique has offered hope of helping men with extra chromosomes have healthy children, according to British scientists. More

17/08/2017 - Prostate biopsy device close to trial
A Cambridge doctor is close to beginning clinical trials for a "ground-breaking" device he has invented to improve the safety of prostate biopsies. More

08/08/2017 - New antibiotic could treat gonorrhoea
A relatively new antibiotic could be used to tackle the increase in incidence of drug-resistant gonorrhoea, British researchers say. More

26/07/2017 - Male fertility declining in west
The average sperm count in Western countries is falling - and may continue to fall, researchers have warned. More

06/07/2017 - No increased divorce risk for IVF couples
The stress of undergoing fertility treatment does not increase the chances of divorce or break-up, a large-scale population study has found. More

19/06/2017 - Test to enhance PARP treatment for prostate
British researchers have unveiled a blood test that can be used to identify men who are failing to respond to PARP inhibitor treatment for advanced prostate cancer. More

13/06/2017 - Genetic testing identifies increased testicular cancer risk
Genetic testing can identify men who are most at risk from developing testicular cancer, researchers reported last night. More

04/05/2017 - New blood test hope for prostate cancer patients
A new blood test costing under £50 could predict which men with advanced prostate cancer will benefit from targeted treatments, researchers reported last night. More

27/03/2017 - How prostate gene findings could lead to new testing
At least 6% of men are genetically at risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer, a conference in London, UK, heard yesterday. More

21/03/2017 - Liver disease concern for young overweight men
Overweight or obese young men have an increased risk of developing severe liver disease or liver cancer in later life, researchers from Sweden say today. More

02/03/2017 - New prostate cancer class reported
Scientists have used a novel mathematical approach to overcome previous issues with classifying prostate cancer into categories for prognosis. More

20/01/2017 - MRIs can reduce prostate misery
MRI scanning can help spare men from unnecessary biopsies when prostate cancer is suspected, British researchers report today. More

29/12/2016 - Male contraceptive promise against cancer
A drug developed as a male contraceptive may be able to treat testicular cancer, researchers have reported. More

20/12/2016 - Laser treatment for prostate "effective"
A laser-based therapy has proved its effectiveness as a non-surgical treatment for low-risk prostate cancer, British researchers report today. More

07/11/2016 - How weight gain increases cancer risk
Men who put on significant weight as adults face an increased cancer risk compared with those who maintain their teenage weight, researchers report today. More

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