Will this help men after prostatectomy get erections? Part Three: Prof Declan Murphy sits down with A Touchy Subject, Victoria Cullen, to discuss nerve grafting surgery. Nerve Grafting Paper
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Part two – Professor Declan Murphy and Victoria Cullen sit down to discuss Non-Nerve Sparing Prostatectomy. Following on from Part one – Nerve Sparing Prostatectomy explained.
Prof Declan Murphy, interviewed by Victoria Cullen from A Touchy Subject
Victoria Cullen will be live this Sunday with her second free webinar; interviewing an injection specialist for 30 minutes taking questions from the audience. Victoria hosts free webinars about prostate cancer & sexuality research www.atouchysubject.com To register for Sunday to here For more information about consultations with Victoria and her work, please visit Victoria Cullen
At the European Association of Urology (EAU) Annual Meeting in Copenhagen this week, a very important paper was presented by my colleagues at University College London, and was simultaneously published in the New England of Journal, the world’s top medical journal. This study supports what we have already been offering to patients with a suspicion … Continued
Hi, I’m Victoria. I am a sexual recovery specialist. This is a cutting-edge, research-based practice designed for people whose sexual wellbeing has been compromised in some way. This can be due to a range of factors including surgery, childbirth, cancer treatment and medications. I often give talks to healthcare professionals about this field and what … Continued
“Man up, bend over and have the ‘Fickle Finger of Fate’ examination and regular blood samples to test your PSA levels. It’s a lifesaver”! Read Prue’s fantastic blog, Man Up!!! Thank you for sharing your personal journey Prue.
It doesn’t need to be in CAPITALS and shouty, in larger font, or even centred; it gets your attention doesn’t it? So how as a nurse, did I end up with a title like that? My Dad had prostate cancer five (5) years ago, and as he was older I was like “not to worry it … Continued