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02 June 2021

The PSA courtroom over a ten-year period: Following the guidelines is essential

By Prof. Chris Bangma (Rotterdam, NL) and Dr. Lionne Venderbos (Rotterdam, NL) Prof. Chris Bangma co-chairs the Nightmare session on
18 May 2021

Your guide to ESU courses at EAU21

This article provides you with a sneak peek of some of the in-demand courses organised by the European School of
10 May 2021

PCa: Balancing advantages and disadvantages of early detection

We spoke to Prof. Jochen Walz (Marseille, FR) on how early detection of prostate cancer would be covered at EAU21.
30 April 2021

EAU21: 65 abstract sessions featuring every single accepted abstract

Annual EAU Congresses aim to offer state-of-the-art urological science. The abstracts selected for the 36th edition (EAU21 Virtual) strongly reflect
15 April 2021

Registration for EAU21 is now open!

Registration has opened for the 36th Annual EAU Congress, to be held on 8-12 July 2021. Special fees are available
01 April 2021

Additional call for late breaking, game-changing developments

The Scientific Congress Office is calling for the submission of game-changing, late breaking news for new trial results or other
30 March 2021

Dates announced for EAU21 – Registration to open soon

The EAU21 Virtual Congress now has set dates for Thursday 8 – Monday 12 July. Unlike in 2020, there will
26 February 2021

EAU21 is going Virtual

07 January 2021

Deadline alert: Submit your research or nomination for prestigious EAU21 awards

15 December 2020

Submit your abstract for EAU21 by 1 February 2021

19 July 2020

Is there a second, digital, me? PIONEERing big data and systems medicine technologies in prostate cancer research and care

By Dr. Charles Auffray (Vourles, FR) This article reflects the highlights of the lecture Dr. Auffray gave at the EAU20
19 July 2020

New technology for urology: 7T MRI scanner

By Dr. Wietske Van Der Zwaag (Amsterdam, NL) This article reflects the highlights of the lecture Dr. Van Der Zwaag
19 July 2020

Tips and tricks in the removal of large abdominal masses

By Mr. Tim O’Brien (London, GB) This article reflects the highlights of the lecture Mr. Tim O’Brien gave at the