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EAU Annual Congress Vienna 2011

The eURO auditorium heard its last presentation, the live stream is off. The 26th EAU Annual Congress closed at this years meeting, setting an inspiring and positive tone for the rest of the "urological" year. We have had an extremely successful and rewarding experience: top-class scientific programme, new data, exciting debates, fully-booked educational activities and an exceptional exhibition.

Thank you for joining us - either at the congress venue or on this website! We make the EAU Congress happen because we have your support, interest and participation. Keep following EAU news on this website and on Uroweb, there is much more to come in the follow-up of the congress.

See you at the 27th Annual EAU Congress in Paris on 24-28 February 2012!

Thank you word from Prof. P-A. Abrahamsson

EAU Secretary General, P-A. Abrahamsson, thanks the participants of the congress and invites you all to Paris in 2012.

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Interview with Dr. M. Sedelaar

Intensive training in robot-assisted urological surgery was offered in the course of two days at the EAU Congress. Delegates had an opportunity to try out a number of techniques - many were especially impressed with the new robotic surgery simulator.

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Overactive bladder: new insights, future prospects

Prof. Francisco Cruz talks about the challenges of diagnosing and managing the overactive bladder - and how these issues were addressed at the congress. He also identifies the areas where new data and new drugs are making a difference, and addresses the role of biomarkers in this field.

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Interview with Prof. H. Van Poppel

Prof. Hein Van Poppel offers commentary on the results of the study investigating the benefits of adjuvant therapy following radical prostatectomy in high-risk patients. He will be presenting the detail on the last day of the 26th Annual EAU Congress in his Late Breaking News lecture.

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Stem cells: groundbreaking insights

Prof. Jack Schalken gives an overview of the sub-plenary session dedicated to stem cell research as applied in urology. He refers to some truly fascinating insights, which were presented at the session and explains how these findings may bring a new direction to cancer therapy.

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Interview with Prof. F. Schröder

Prof. F. Schröder talks about the pros and cons of screening for prostate cancer and evaluates the situation as it stands today. He explains what a urologist should communicate to the patient interested in PCa screening.
Schröder also addresses the much-debated issue of population-based screening and identifies directions of future research in this field.

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